St. Sebald’s Cathedral was built in the 1330s. Like many other churches in Germany, it has undergone several style changes, from Romanesque to Gothic. Later, the interior was decorated as Baroque. The atmosphere in the church is sacred and quiet, and there are not many tourists.
St. Sebald’s Church is a Lutheran church, right next to the town hall, one of the three cathedrals in Nuremberg, and the oldest. The church is not very high, and there are many exquisite sculptures on the outer wall. The interior decoration of the church is very beautiful, there is a large pipe organ. The tall windows bring in light and have a solemn atmosphere. It was close to noon when we arrived at the church, and the crowd began to gather in the square, waiting for the clock show at 12 o'clock. We also found a seat and waited. With the sound of the church bell at twelve o'clock, the figures under the big bell still filed out. Some villains still moved. They performed for a long time and looked pretty good.
The Gothic St. Sebald’s Church, with two spires in front and a circular arc at the back, is opposite the Nuremberg Town Hall. It is the oldest of the three cathedrals in Nuremberg. During World War II, it was bombed by the Allied forces along with the whole of Nuremberg. It was not lightly damaged and was restored after World War II. There are two pipe organs in the church, both from the 14th to 15th centuries. They are the oldest pipe organs in the world that can still be played.