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A beautiful old church both inside and out. This church has a wonderful little clock show at the noon bell with the bells chiming and the clock figures moving. A wonder of mechanical engineering if you think of the time in which this wonderful old...More
We ended up starting to walk there right at noon. As the bells started I remembered the clock had things that happened at noon, but we were 2 minutes away. Never fear! The clock motions lasted a full 5 minutes at least, so we were...More
This church is among the top three I would say but it is much smaller than the other two. It is very compact with almost the same breadth as width. It has a somber history in that it was built over the old synagogue after...More
The Frauenkirche stands on the eastern side of the main market. It was built between 1352 and 1362 in the form of a typical Gothic church and was decorated by high-quality sculptures.
The church was transformed, between 1810 and 1816, to be of use to...More
Very central setting gives this church an advantage point. The church itself is quite pretty, even if not exceptional. Its main attraction is the clock work mechanism on the front displaying the veneration of the emperor (quite similar to the one in Prague)
Changed over the millennium.
Great rebuilding work the cross of 3nails great too. Simple beautiful artwork.... Showing gods creativity.
Good displays we were in awe of the space shame about the noise.
Blessings on you all 😇
Amazing rebuild well done.
At this church it is not possible to go up to the tower, it it possible to have a private guided tour inside the church, you may contact them for more information at this email adress pfarrbuero (at) frauenkirche... More
At this church it is not possible to go up to the tower, it it possible to have a private guided tour inside the church, you may contact them for more information at this email adress pfarrbuero (at) frauenkirche - nuernberg. de - Greetings from lovely Vienna