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Another church

Yes, just another church. The church was worth looking for and the interior is beautiful. St... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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Beautiful and for baroque fairly simple

The bizarre thing about this amazing church is you can almost miss the entrance as the church is... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Hatfield, United Kingdom
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Rindermarkt, 94032 Passau, Bavaria, Germany
+49 851 2372
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Reviewed 1 week ago

walking by this church seems so tall and narrow that a strong wind would blow it over it is another wonder of how in ancient times such buildings were built and its not even the largest in town

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Yes, just another church. The church was worth looking for and the interior is beautiful. St. Stephens is the major church attraction but take a few minutes and visit St Pauls.

Thank rockcole
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The bizarre thing about this amazing church is you can almost miss the entrance as the church is at a higher level than the ramp up to one side or the steps to the other. Beautiful inside - black pillars and altars dressed in gold...More

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Touring Passau we came across a number of churches. This one was quite interesting, doesn't hold a candle to St. Stephens, but then what church in the world does?

Thank elindoo
Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile

I enjoyed visiting the church. I was lucky that the organist was practicing. The sound was amazing and I found myself mesmerized and enjoyed simply sitting and listening.

Thank thomaskV3013HX
Reviewed 9 April 2018

St. Paul Church was a surprise for us. We stumbled on it by accident, but a fortunate accident it was. It was early in the morning and snow still sifted among the budding spring flowers as we walked down a lane. Turning around I spotted...More

Thank TomGauthier
Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

Another beautiful church, located in Old Town, it is not as famous as St. Stephens’ but it is equally as nice, both inside and out. Centrally located and easy to get to, well worth the visit to see the wonderful interior. Close to market and...More

Thank Mlarsen880
Reviewed 9 November 2017

The interior of this baroque church is absolutely gorgeous as demonstrated by the attached photos and some youtube videos I have already posted. If you like baroque or are into beautiful old buildings, you should make sure you visit this place when in Passau. I...More

Thank John E
Reviewed 20 September 2017

Europe is full of fantastic churches and this one is no less spectacular than its large cousin up the way (St. Stephen's cathedral). beautiful altars, this church is smaller and was reportedly for the wealthier patrons in the area. Worth stopping in.

Thank MaryKop
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Passau is full of beautiful churches and this is another one, With a dazzling high alter and side alters of great beauty, this church is worth a visit.

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Response from Barb V | Reviewed this property |
Yes one is Apostle Peter ( also known as Simon Peter) and the other is his brother Apostle Andrew . Peter, Andrew, John and James had a fishing business together. It was Andrew who was the first to follow Jesus.,leading... More