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This is reputed to be the most photographed church in Germany and it's easy to see why. Do take the standard picture, but explore around and take pictures from other angles. And the church itself, as well as its beautifully maintained graveyard, is well worth...More
St. Sebastian is an old Catholic Church located in the Ramsau, Germany not very far Berchtesgaden. This is a beautiful church which still conducts mass on Sundays. Whether you are catholic, protestant, Jewish, or even a non believer you should stop by and visit. The...More
Have this picture hanging in my guest room and have always said someday we would go there. This year we had the opportunity and spent 4 fabulous days in Ramsau where this picture was taken. The scenery of the church, brook and mountains is breath...More
My husband and I visited Ramsau during our visit to Germany in June. We came across St. Sebastian's Church and it was in the most idyllic setting beside a babbling brook with mountains and a clear blue sky in the background. I couldn't stop taking...More
The first time I was here was years ago when I was in the Army. In 1952, I hiked from Berchtesgaden to Ramsau (10 miles total) in cold clear weather. Snow and icicles lined the road. Running out of film, I took one photo of...More
Photographers will love taking photos at this riverside church in the nearby village of Ramsau. As you approach the church it becomes perfectly framed by lush trees and quaint footbridge completed with the Reiter Alpe Mountain range as a backdrop. The setting is so awesome...More
The one photo used with every German tourist brochure. And it's there for a reason. In the heart of Baveria, this is picture postcard territory. Close to Konigssee, this church is worth a visit to soke up the local atmosphere and enjoy the sound of...More