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As you visit the Old Town of Nurnberg sooner or later you end up in front of St. Lorenz (St. Laurence) church.
So here are some of the facts:
- built in the late 1400 - it is a Lutheran church - and it stands...More
A very imposing church in the centre of Nuremberg. Very much worth taking time to admire from the outside and inside.
Also believe it was quite damaged by air raids during the war but restored very well.
A visit to Nuremberg should include time touring the exterior of this church and the surrounding area. The city's history as the center of the Nazi government is also both interesting and compelling with the stark buildings built by the Nazi regime, many of which...More
This is quite the site. Like many others throughout the region, but still impressive nonetheless. When we were here there was a trailer set up out front with politicians talking over loud microphones. This made for terrible photos since it was impossible to photograph the...More
As the name indicated, the church is dedicated to Saint Lawrence. It was built in 1250, and has been an Evangelical Lutheran church since 1525.
The church was severely damaged during World War II but restored afterwards.
The facade is dominated by the two towers....More
This church is like the majesty of the Old City Plaza. It is exquisite and must see. The architectural features and carved stone details are amazing. We were shocked to learn the church had suffered damage in WWII bombings, but residents and benefactors, used the...More