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You will must probably visit Petite France and on the way please don1t miss this church. It took almost 400 years to finish it, it is simple and nice. The organ what they have is famous for the people who was playing on like Wolfgang...More
I remember this is one of the churches I most appreciated visiting in Strasbourg, despite its simplicity / similarity to many others.
Partly it is surely because of its history and its symbolic meaning (I leave it to you to google it), partly it is...More
St Thomas is excellent and absolutely stunningly beautiful. quiet, style, full of tradition. The Siberman organ is excellent and specifically the painting of St George is stunningly beautiful. It is the oposite of the ostentatious Munster and a real jewel in the city.
So many of the churches in France are Catholic, and having been raised a protestant, specifically, a Lutheran, I guess I just feel more kinship when I see a Lutheran church. That's the only explanation I can come up with for why I like St....More
The church is very close to La petite France, and well worth a visit. The church has a Silberman organ, and it is still being played during mass. If not visiting just before or during mass, you can still see the monumental grave for one...More
We were early for a dinner reservation and walking around in this area when we wandered into this beautiful church. And I am so glad we did! It is so beautiful...not grand, but wonderful and charming...such a sense of warmth and serenity inside. We were...More
The interior is worthy of the Church stands the tomb of Maurice of Saxony, one of the famous French generals. The tomb itself, AO itself is a work of art and in addition adds to the overall impression. The architecture of the Church also worthy...More