The St. Lawrence Church is located in the south of the old town of Nuremberg and is very conspicuous among the red-roofed houses. The walls, towering twin towers, and giant rose windows reveal its typical medieval Gothic style.
The St. Lawrence Church in Nuremberg is very tall and majestic. It is a gray building. Now it looks like the vicissitudes of the times. The interior of the church is very solemn and sacred. I have been there many times to feel the atmosphere.
A German-style church that is open for free is also the largest building in Nuremberg. The church is also an important place to visit and you can see a lot of fun things.
[Scenery] The surrounding scenery is very good
[Fun, all have a long history
Every church is said to have every story, such a church is very local and ethnic, well worth a visit to a site, have a chance to take your wife and children to see it
The tall church, the architectural style is similar to the same, the interior design is really unique.
The Church of St. Lawrence is a Gothic cathedral built between 1270 and 1477. It was built on the basis of an ancient Roman rectangular cathedral. Between its two Gothic towers, a circular flower window with a diameter of 9 meters is installed, and it is decorated with countless triangular doors and broken roses. The most memorable thing in the church is the altar with the star-shaped dome and the hanging wooden statue of the Annunciation. This is a masterpiece by the famous German artist Fait. Another masterpiece of his is the crucifix on the high altar. And the Eucharist Tower created by Adam Clough is also a treasure. The Lorenz Square next to it is not very big, but it is surrounded by churches, fountains, etc. It is a good place to visit for leisure. There are small sausages with local characteristics at roadside stalls, and street performers dot the square.
Preston_Dominguez: Lorenzer Platz 10, 90402 Nuremberg
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