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Don’t let the exterior dissuade you from taking a few minutes to enjoy the interior of this beautiful old church. It is charming and magnificent in the details that you will see. Worthwhile to visit and as always in Germany there is no admission to...More
We found this church after leaving the Cathedral. It's fairly plain looking from the outside but revealed a stunningly beautiful interior. Also nice place to have a few minutes rest and contemplation during a busy sightseeing day in Bamberg.
This is a beautiful church, well worth a stop, in fact, you should go here instead of the domKirk as there's a lot of construction going on there and you may not get as wonderful of a view as you're willing at this church. It's...More
This is another of the four churches all within a short walk of one another. This church is beautiful. I walked in just as a daily Mass was beginning. It was a wonderful break during a marathon day sightseeing. This is also, like all churches,...More
Discovered this church by accident. It's fairly plain looking from the outside and it could be easy to walk past and there weren't throngs of people around it like the main cathedral in Bamberg. The plain outside revealed a stunningly beautiful interior. Words (and the...More
The Katholic Pfarramt Unsere Liebe Frau, Parish Church Of Our Lady, Bamberg dates from 1375. The painting "The Ascension of Mary" by Tintoretto is the most valuable work in the art there and is at the rear of the church. Don't overlook it as I...More
In 1325 the wealthy merchants of Bamberg built the Church of Our Lady, known simply as the Obere Pfarre (Upper Parish) of the Kaulberg (in distinction from the Old St Martin Lower Parrish church once in the Maximilianplatz). The church is architecturally noteworthy for its...More