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We just missed a morning service, but the light and uncluttered feel of the cathedral with its many wonderful features was a welcome change from the crowded streets outside. From early mediaeval frescoes and sculptures, through to the tombs of Henry and Matilda, German royals...More
If in Braunschweig, you have to visit the old dome with it´s famous candle-holder with 7 arms and the grave of Heinrich the lion and his wife. It is a big chuch with many concerts during X-mas time, situated on the "Burgplatz". There is no...More
This fantastic building shows how builders have brought there belief in god into stone. The church itself is without too much ornament, but the sheer height of the building is awesome. If you have the time and there's an organ or trumpet concert happening: Definitely...More
This dom is in its own class because of the unusual murals inside on the walls and the ceilings. While the colors are kind of dull due to their ages, the murals deserve some careful viewing. See the accompanying photo.
Take time to enter this lovely cathedral and feel the history of the town. There are some wonderful twisted columns on one side of the nave which are quite unique. There are guided tours in German and you can purchase a little written guide in...More
This is such a beautiful church, inside and out. The building itself is lovely, but then there's amazing paintings on the ceilings, on top of dried plaster. There's also a tomb that costs 1 Euro to enter, totally worth it! You see all kinds of...More
This is a great cathedral dated from the 12th century. There are some surprising aspects to it. It is very light inside in contrast to the huge exterior end portal. There is a wonderful medieval bronze chandelier, a very unusual Christ at the column and...More
Like many medieval churches and cathedrals, this one is large and imposing. But the best part has to do with the tombs, the statues, and the spectacular 7-armed candlestick with superb medieval figures, plants, and ornaments. The other great thing is the north aisle added...More