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St. Eberhard Cathedral in Stuttgart


The Church of St. Eberhard in Stuttgart was built in the early 19th century in the neoclassical style. After it was destroyed in World War II it was rebuilt and modified in 1978 by Hugo Schlösser and then the church was elevated to become a cathedral of the Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart.


Catholic parish church St. Gallus in Tuttlingen


The St. Gallus church was built in the 19th century of tufa and sandstone in the Gothic Revival style. In the second half of the 20th century, especially the interior of the church has been heavily modified with several renovations. A striking and interesting work of art is the monumental 5,60 m large figure of Christ made from linden wood in the brightly illuminated choir room.


Maulbronn Monastery


Maulbronn Monastery, founded in 1147, is an impressive document of the Cistercian culture and the best-preserved monastery complex north of the Alps. In the Middle Ages it was an important political, economic and social center. Following the onset of the Reformation, the monastery was converted into a Protestant monastery school (1556). The Protestant theological seminary founded in 1807 still exists today. In 1993 Maulbronn Monastery was added to the "World Cultural Heritage" list as a UNESCO world cultural monument.


Dome of Cologne


The Cologne Cathedral counts to the worldwide biggest cathedrals in the Gothic architectural style. It is with 157.38-metre height after Ulmer Münster the second-highest church building of Europe as well as the third-highest of the world and counts since 1996 to the UNESCO-world cultural heritage. To its equipment belong pieces of art which were already known since centuries after the borders of Cologne and were famous. Therefore it is the most popular place of interest of Germany with several million visitors from all over the world.


Cathedral church Saint Blasien


The cathedral church St. Blasien is an early-classicistic construction according to the models of the Peter's cathedral in Rome and the invalid's cathedral in Paris. It is used by the Roman-Catholic parish. At the same time it’s an often place of interest visits in the south Black Forest, also based on an international cathedral concert row taking place once a year.


Minster Fürstenfeldbruck


The minster St. Maria Himmelfahrt of the former Cistercian cloister prince's field in Fürstenfeldbruck counts to the nicest buildings of the baroque in Bavaria. The history of the cloister and the church decreases until the 13th century. The church is decorated inside richly with stucco and costly paintings. Parts of the paintings were done by the artist's family Asam.


Market church Wiesbaden


The neo-Gothic market church in Wiesbaden is the Protestant main church of the Hessian capital. It was built in the years from 1853 to 1862 by Carl Boos as a sponger Landesdom in the castle square and was at that time the biggest brick building of the dukedom Nassau.


Catholic Liebfrauenkirche Stuttgart


The Liebfrauenkirche (unplastered neo-Gothic brick construction in support of French models) became built in 1907 - 1909 from Joseph Cades, 1944 severely damaged and in 1948 rebuilt.


Saint Michael church – Munich


Saint Michael was called the German Rome in her early days approx. 450 years ago in Munich. The church was founded as a lecture church of the Jesuit's lecture at that time and is till this day one of the city churches.


Saint Sebastian church (cathedral St. Sebastian) in Magdeburg


The original Romanesque church Saint Sebastian was established already in the 11th century and was altered after a fire in the first half of the 14th century in the style of the Gothic. Since 1994 Magdeburg is an independent Catholic diocese and Saint Sebastian became cathedral and seat of the Magdeburg Kathedralkapitels.


Xantener cathedral


The Xantener cathedral is the Catholic cathedral of the city of Xanten on the Lower Rhine and is valid as the biggest cathedral between Cologne and the sea. In 1937 it was lent to the church by pope Pius XI of the title as a Basilica minor, besides, the former collegiate church is a provost’s church.


Civil hall church – Munich


The civil hall in Munich, since the santification of the high altar on the 13th of May, 1778 unofficially also "civil hall church" called, is the oratory and meeting hall of the Maria's niches man's congregation »Mariä Verküdigung« in the civil hall to Munich. It was built in 1709/10 after plans by Giovanni Antonio Viscardi. Since 1778 the hall is used as a church.




Stadtkirche St. Jakobus Miltenberg Katholische Kirche St. Cyriak Malsch Kath. Kirche St. Clemens Stuttgart Kath. Kirche Bruder Klaus Stuttgart

Parish church St. Jakobus Miltenberg

Catholic church St. Cyriak Malsch

Catholic church St. Clemens Stuttgart

Catholic church Bruder Klaus Stuttgart


Evang. Kirche St. Laurentius  Hemmingen Don-Bosco-Kirche Augsburg Katherinenkirche Oppenheim Kath. Kirche St. Andreas  München

Protestant church St. Laurentius Hemmingen

Church Don Bosco

Protestant church Katherinenkirche Oppenheim

Catholic church St. Andreas München


Katholische Stadtkirche Stockach Stiftskirche St.Martin Landshut Wiesbaden, ev. Ringkirche Stiftskirche Lahr

Catholic parish church Stockach

Abbey church St. Martin

Protestant church Ringkirche

Stiftskirche Lahr
Katholische Stadtkirche Stockach Stiftskirche St.Martin Landshut Wiesbaden, ev. Ringkirche Stiftskirche in Lahr

Stadtkirche St. Laurentius



Evangelisch - Lutherische Schlosskirche Chemnitz

Katholische Stadtkirche Stockach Stiftskirche St.Martin Landshut Wiesbaden, ev. Ringkirche Stiftskirche in Lahr

Havelberger Dom Sankt Marien

Kath. Pfarramt St. Anna

St. Gallus-Kirche

Mutterhauskirche der Franziskanerinnen