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interesting church

Stift Haug may not be the main attraction of Wurzburg, but it is indeed a very nice and palin... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Manchester, United Kingdom
2 towers and a big dome

Antonio Petroni was the master who built this baroque church. Unfortunately in WW II the inner part... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2015
Budapest, Hungary
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6 Apr 2017
“interesting church”
1 Nov 2016
“Unadorned church”
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

Stift Haug may not be the main attraction of Wurzburg, but it is indeed a very nice and palin church. We found the old paintings on the plain white walls quite impressive. Have a good look at the "Crucifiction" by Tintoretto, the painting at the...More

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Reviewed 1 November 2016

A huge church, but with little to see inside. The interior is uniformly white - most unusual for a church in this part of Germany. A quick visit is all that's needed as the interior is so bare.

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Reviewed 30 December 2015

I am not sure how i feel about this place, but it cought my attention. It is big enough to be seen and it lookes like a church from the outside, but it is totally white on the inside, with no paintings on the walls,...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2015

Antonio Petroni was the master who built this baroque church. Unfortunately in WW II the inner part was completely destroyed. The only remaining is a wonderful altar painting by Tiepolo.

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Reviewed 24 April 2014

This is not a church high on most list for a visit to Würzburg, yet it was the first I stumbled onto while on my way to Würzburg Residenz, and its beauty mesmerized me. From afar the dome top of the church was unmistakable, a...More

3  Thank konshoe
Reviewed 26 December 2011

Haug Monastery was "Mother" of the parishes St Gertraud, St Joseph and St Barbara in Würzburg. The unprotected monastery, located out of the city, was fragile in difficult times, often looted and damaged in the thirty years war. Swedish soldiers started demolition of the Church....More

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