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this Church has been rebuild after World War II and they did a magnificent job, bring a wide angle lens to get all of the church into your picture, check out this church when the sun shines on the entrance portal to show you the...More
We did not go inside this church. We were on a walking tour and just walked by the exterior of this church. The contrast between the white and red is quite eye catching. We did not really spend much time here. If you go to...More
This church is more interesting on the outside than on the inside. First, the red and white colors are eye catching. There is a tall tower and lots of intricate detail all over the building. While most buildings are of baroque style, the church is...More
Something of an emotional experience to see just how much was destroyed in the one and three quarter hours of terrifying bombing of 16 March 1945. This gives added value to the few original mediaeval sculptures displayed in the church. Of interest to British vistors...More
St. Mary's chapel looks like a new church though it was built from 1377-1480. It is on the market square. The exterior is beautiful gothic style but inside the church is a bit boring. Was it perhaps the colour?. The madona statues are beautiful, one...More