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They were doing some work on the outside when we were there but did not take away from the beauty. Inside is gorgeous. They also have a photo that shows after the bombing that this was the only survivor in the area.
It was built about 300 years ago but was rebuilt again after the bombing from the WWII.
It is one of the most prominent and biggest churches around. The Bell Tower was one of the tallest building in the past and it is still standing...More
We were kicked out , as they seem to be closed at 20.00 on a Sunday...
for a 1100 year old church..( build larger over the years ) it looks, feels an has an atmosphere as it is a Disney cassle..fake...
they overdone it
We visited this church a couple of times. On one visit we climbed the stairs to the 60 meter observation deck and were rewarded with great views in all directions. The stairs are circular and a little tight so just know that going in. The...More
If you love history, stop by and visit this historic cathedral. It served for more than 300 years as the site of coronation for Holy Roman Emperors. Although destroyed during WWII, it has been rebuilt. It's an easy walk from Romer.