The square in front of St. Peter's Cathedral is New Pfal Square, which can only be described in simple words. So I went to the cathedral with all my heart. The road of the square is covered with green brick pavement. There are often new people taking pictures here, which is also a beautiful scenery here.
The triangular square, located in the western part of the old city, is surrounded by Tuscany-style buildings in Italy, giving one a sense of the Italian imprint of Regensburg, a city developed from the ancient Roman barracks, which is also known as the Italian city north of the Alps.
Neupfarrplatz was once the center of Jewish gatherings. The Document Neupfarrplatz exhibits information from ancient times in a multimedia way, introducing events on the land above the Document until the formation of the Nazi resistance movement from 1942 to 1943. You can visit the Roman Legion Fortress, Jewish houses and Gothic and Roman synagogues. Jewish Monument: The Jewish Monument in Regensburg is located on Luxi of the New Pfal Church. There is also a monument to the martyrs of the concentration camp at the northern end of Stone Bridge.