非你不渴Stone bridge is one of the most important bridge buildings in the medieval period, and it is an example of many large stone bridges from the 12 century to the 13 century, including the stone bridge over the Elbe River in Dresden, the Voltawa River in Prague, the Thames River in London, and the Rona River in Avignon, France.
非你不渴St. Peter’s Catholic Cathedral in Regensburg is the main representative of Gothic architecture in Bavaria and southern Germany, and is the main church of the Catholic Diocese of Regensburg. It was destroyed by fire twice and rebuilt in 1273. The nave is 32 meters high and the tower is 105 meters high. The total length of the church is 86 meters and the width is 34.8 meters. Pope Benedict XVI visited the Regensburg Cathedral on September 13, 2006.
猫猫在旅行The church in the old town hall of Regensburg is not far away. There are high steps at the door, and there is a high staircase after entering, but the stair railing is still quite beautiful. After going up the stairs is a hall. In the past, the Parliament of the Holy Roman Empire was held here. So the name of this hall is the Empire Hall. It is still the office of the Mayor of Regensburg. I opened a door next to the lobby and wanted to go in for a visit, but it turned out to be someone's office. There were people working in it, so I can only say sorry.
非你不渴Walking through the gates of Rome and in the narrow alleys, you feel like a soldier of the government world, the loot is at your feet, the city is in your hands, the army that attacked in the year also thinks that you can do anything
M32***23The Roman walls are very magnificent, and you can get a glimpse of the historical vicissitudes of the past. Now you can only see some of the damaged walls that have been protected and repaired. It is a good place to learn about history. There are so many tourists, it is worth the trip~
137***66This history museum is located in Regensburg, which is quite interesting, you can visit it without an appointment! The exhibits in the museum mainly show the glorious history of the Roman period and the Middle Ages of Regensburg. The exhibits tell the history of the region from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages.
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The most striking thing about entering the old town is the St. Petersburg Cathedral, the main representative of Gothic architecture in Bavaria and southern Germany, and the main church of the Catholic Regensburg parish.
The church is as quiet as ever, everyone is silently visiting, and there is a lot of historical materials in the basement.
was once destroyed by the fire twice and was rebuilt in 1273. The nave is 32 meters high and the tower is 105 meters high. The church has a total length of 86 meters and a width of 34.8 meters.
There is a basement in the church, which can be lowered from the stairs. There are stone monuments and some leftover objects to understand.
The church can watch an hour and learn a lot about Bavaria.
When it came to the market, the weather was a bit rainy, but the enthusiastic locals talked and laughed and made us very happy.
You see, this cottage is super cute, with a pointed style, the magician waved a magic wand and made a Christmas gift. Is the frog prince or the cute Snow White, wait and see!
Of course, in the big winter, drink a hot drink and eat a piece of bread with sausage, so that the stomach is warmest and most comfortable. The locals in the Christmas market are drinking and eating in groups of three and five, feeling full of happiness.
However, compared to the previous Fussen Christmas market, the price here is relatively expensive.
There is a beautiful little town on the Danube River in Germany called Regensburg, which has been an important town along the Danube since Roman times. What impressed me more than its long history is its chocolate. 1686
On the Danube river in winter, stroll through Regensburg. Along the way to Bavaria, Germany, it was rainy and rainy, and suddenly went to Regensburg, the sun father revealed his head was very happy.
Walk in the old town, where you can have a day to play. Although many of the interior attractions can't be photographed, this is the only building in Germany that has been preserved after the war. It is worth a visit.
There is St. Peter's Cathedral, 800 bridges spanning the Danube in 800 years, vicissitudes of Roman walls and stone arches, more city halls, chapels, Valhalla, New Pfarr Square Tour, Tulln and Taksis Palace, Italian Tower, St. Aimeram Monastery, etc.
Regensburg is a historic town. The history of the Celtic tombs dates back to 400 BC. It may be because of its superior location. Regensburg has left its mark on the dynasties. For example, the remains of the Romans, as well as the famous Dom Cathedral, even the first chocolate shop in Germany was born in this town. But as an important town in the Bavarian state, it is always advancing with the times, and the quaint streets are lined with commercial facilities. Life in Regensburg is like this, elegant and convenient.
In 179 AD, the Roman emperor marched northward and built a fortress on the Danube. This was the prototype of Regensburg and later developed into one of the most prosperous cities in medieval Germany. Regensburg preserves a large number of historic buildings, including Roman, Roman and Gothic buildings that span nearly two thousand years. Witnessed the history of Regensburg as a trade center and witnessed the impact of the city on the region in the ninth century. The most impressive thing about this is the 16 churches that span the Old Town, and every time you open a door you can see an amazing world. The St. Peter's Catholic Cathedral is the main representative of Gothic architecture in Bavaria and southern Germany and is the main church of the Catholic Church of Regensburg. The stone bridge and bridge gate of Regensburg was built between 1135 and 1146 and was one of the most important bridges in the Middle Ages. It was also an example of many large stone bridges from the 12th to the 13th century.