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Nuremberg's oldest city parish church was built around 1215 as a three-aisled Late Romanesque pillared basilica with two choirs. As early as 1309 the original side aisles were widened and altered in the Gothic style. Destroyed during World War II...more
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Winklerstrasse 26, 90403 Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
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Woven in the history. A place trying to show the peace of God but has anything but. We thought it great to have information sheets in different languages. Thank you . The altar is stunning and thoughtful.
A major medieval church full of original artworks -- monuments, glass, some wall painting, St Sebald's shrine, altarpieces etc. Eastern parts in need of some TLC -- clearly still not fully recovered from the war. Outside also pays attention.
St. Sebaldus is one of two major churches in Old Town Nuremburg. This church is closer to the castle and a few blocks north of the Hauptmarkt along the pedestrian zone. Begun in 1225, this church is interesting because it comprises both gothic and Romanesque...More
When we visited St Sebaldus five years ago, restoration was in process. It seem to have been completed, and although the church is less impressive in its art objects than St Lorenz it is well worth visiting. There is an interesting video display showing how...More
When we first tried to enter St. Sebaldus Church (St. Sebald, Sebalduskirche), a service was in progress and we did not want to disturb those worshiping, So we left and returned a couple of hours later to access this medieval church. Along with Frauenkirche and...More