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First time visit to Landshut - very impressive church tower

We only had a short time in Landshut, a cold wintery Sunday but we headed directly into the center... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2018
john c
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Astonishing

Even though the church was being reformed, it was still very grandious. Highlights goe to the... read more

Reviewed 28 February 2018
Matheus V
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Kirchgasse 232, 84028 Landshut, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed 4 March 2018

We only had a short time in Landshut, a cold wintery Sunday but we headed directly into the center of the old town to find somewhere warn for a coffee. What we found was St Martin's church which has the tallest brick tower in Europe....More

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Reviewed 28 February 2018 via mobile

Even though the church was being reformed, it was still very grandious. Highlights goe to the widely open main hall and huge crucifix. Sadly I couldn't climb to the top of the tower to check out the view

Thank Matheus V
Reviewed 22 January 2018

By luck we were visiting Landshut while they were having a festival held every few years to commemorate a historic wedding. The church is beautiful, has large historic stained glass windows and a very impressive tower.

Thank ZernWolf
Reviewed 2 September 2017 via mobile

Lovely church with much to appreciate from stain glass to carved pews to old doors etc... well worth a visit.

Thank Vsm09
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Tallest brick tower in the world according to locals. An amazing feat of engineering. You can also go downstairs to view blueprints of the building and coffins from hundreds of years ago. The woodcarved doors are beautiful

Thank Alecia W
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

The church itself inside with its high ceiling is impressive. A place to take a silent break. Look around..look up..look at the beautiful organ and just think about the hard work building this or any old church without the machines we have today. It can...More

Thank Hirlsa H
Reviewed 3 May 2017

You can't miss this church. The very high tower is very visible. The church is big, and relatively empty. In Bavaria most churches are baroque style, but this one is the contrary. It is beatiful because It has a simple interior.

Thank Caspar v
Reviewed 22 March 2017

This church is such a lovely and memorable centerpoint to the city of Landshut. It boasts gorgeous gothic arches and is beautiful both inside and out. Christmas Eve Mass there is amazing!

Thank HeatherHoelzlein
Reviewed 18 March 2017

This was one reason I came to Landshut - I wanted to see this church. It does seem like an engineering marvel when you are right next to the church and seeing how high it is and it is all brick. Must be millions of...More

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Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

This beautiful and historic church has two "main" altars, one by Schwanthaler and one by Pacher. The organ loft and raised pulpit are also noteworthy.

Thank ClioChicago_Illinois
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I do all my travel by rail and walking. Just walk from Bahnhof south (I always carry a compass) about 1.5 km until you come to the Isar river. There are two bridges over the river here, the one to your right will take you... More
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