I entered the church during a warship. Impressive and touching experience even though I understood only part of the ceremony. Surprisingly good acoustics. Medieval era church, one of the oldest buildings in Düsseldorf.
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This church is quite dominant in the Old Town of Düsseldorf. It has a peculiar spire that looks twisted which adds to the peculiarity of the building. Did not visit the inside as it was closed so only able to comment on the appearance and...More
Worth the time and effort if you are interested in architecture and history. Relics of Dusseldorf's patron saint reside there.
This is a great little church. It's right in the heart of the old city. The architecture shows the different time lines in Duesseldorf.
although it was rebuilt again at 1815 it's very important because the remains of Saint Apolinaris the patron of Dusseldorf rest there. u can see it behind the main alter. The church is very close to the Rhine promenade with some nice alley next to...More
We completed our promenade along the Rhine at this very nice Basilica in the Old Town . Its architecture is typical of churches built in this area of Germany and the interior has a lot of interesting details but the peculiar angle of its tower...More
Muddled in amongst other buildings and okay from the outside. Inside very decorative with a large altar and organ. Everything looks original including the pews. Art exhibition had just finished so a large area was being worked on
Lovely old church was nice and cool inside after travelling around in the heat of summer. It dates from the 13th century and is the oldest surviving building in Düsseldorf. Lots of statutes and unusual relics inside like those of St. Apolinarus. Story about the...More