St. Jacob's Church is the main church of Rottenburg, Gothic architecture, which was built in the 14th century. From the city hall and footclouds, it can be reached on foot. The altar of sacred blood in the church is said to offer Christ's last drop of sacred blood.
Here is the legendary sacred church with a drop of Jesus'blood, which is kept at the top of the magnificent altar. But unfortunately, because I went too late, the church was closed and I could only see the Gothic building from outside. The church is very spectacular in appearance, giving a simple but sacred feeling.
In Rottenburg. This is a toll-free church, and it feels solemn and quiet when you enter. The organ on the second floor of the church is said to be one of the largest in the world. The lady who sells tickets really has a bad attitude, but the church really can go and see.
It was built in 1311, and the most notable one is the sacred blood altar on the second floor. This is a relatively rare church that needs to be paid. After entering from the main entrance, the interior decoration of the church is actually quite concise and not gorgeous.
St. Jacob's Church has a magnificent altar of sacred blood and is very considerate in providing detailed explanations in Chinese.