St. Killian's Cathedral in Wiltsburg, Germany, is the bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wiltsburg, dedicating to St. Killian. Walking around the old city, having afternoon tea in Kiliansback, St. Killian Church did not enter. It is the fourth largest Roman Church in Germany.
It is an important symbol of the Old Town of Wiltsburg. The Renaissance and Baroque buildings combine together. The two towers are very striking. The interior of the church is very gorgeous, and many details are worth savoring. The interior atmosphere and feelings need to calm down and sit down for a while before they can be realized.
St. Killian's Cathedral is one of the landmarks of Wiltsburg. It's a Roman-style building. It's just opposite the old Maine River Bridge. It was built in 1040. On the weekend we went there, a group of college students were doing outreach activities in front of the church.
You can see it from a distance on the bridge, and you can only see how high it is when you go down. The spiritual pursuit of ancient Europeans was mainly to go to heaven and pursue the beauty of heaven, so churches were built higher than one, which was beyond the reach of the real ancient Chinese.
It is one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in Viltzburg. Founded in 1040 and completed in the 12th century, the church is 105 meters high and is the fourth largest Roman Church in Germany. During the long years, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque impressions were added. The church was completely destroyed by war in 1945 and all reconstruction was completed in May 1967. Today, its two towering red and white brick towers are one of the most iconic landscapes in the old city.