One of the first Protestant churches in Bavaria. Nice interior and centrally located in the town. Worth a look.
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We probably would have been more impressed with Nordlingen had we not come straight from Dinkelsbuhl. The town seems much larger and has more contemporary building mixed in the medieval ones so is not as impressive. The church is massive but was not open so...More
A quick stop as we wanted to go up the tower but sadly it was shut. However, it was still an enjoyable visit as the church is nicely decorated inside and surprisingly large - larger than it looks from the outside! Because there is only...More
We enjoyed seeing the inside of the Church but the view from the bell Tower is AMAZING!!! It takes a lot of steps to get to the top but you will be rewarded by the VIEW. You can see the whole city and all the...More
We stopped in this walled city to specifically visit this church. Their Christmas Market was setting up just outside and I've been enjoying that from town to town. Every single church we have been in offers something special to see. This one did not disappoint...More
A trip up the bell tower at this beautiful church is a must see. You get the most amazing uninterrupted views of the old town and the surrounding areas.
At the centre of the beautiful walled city of Nordlingen. It opened in about 1505 as Catholic but, only a decade later it was one of the first to become Lutheran. Inside it is deceptively large and simplistic in its beauty, grandness, and lighting style....More
We decided to climb up the tower of the main building in the city center the St. Georgs Kirche. The entrance is 3 eur per person. You pay at a check point close to the top of the tower. There are many stairs but on...More
At Georg Dom is a beautiful and large Gothic Cathedral in the center of the walled town. The spire is an easy landmark when exploring the surrounding city or walking the wall. Inside are memorials and markers to famous people in Nördlingen history. The architecture...More