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Neumuenster Church

Kuerschnerhof 4, 97070 Wurzburg, Bavaria, Germany
+49 931 38611500
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Super place to visit out of the sun

Beautiful church on the inside, rather on the plain side, but due to its size well worth a visit... read more

Reviewed yesterday
pjdownes33
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Bury, United Kingdom
Beautiful baroque church

This is a beautiful baroque church located just down the street from the market place. This is... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2017
tank1050
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Wescosville, Pennsylvania
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Kuerschnerhof 4, 97070 Wurzburg, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful church on the inside, rather on the plain side, but due to its size well worth a visit. Including carving and paintings.

Thank pjdownes33
Reviewed 7 June 2017

This is a beautiful baroque church located just down the street from the market place. This is part of the St Killian's Complex. The Neumuenster Basilica and St Killians Cathedral, the treasury and the Dom Museum are all together. The interior is white and gold...More

Thank tank1050
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Just loved this church and the paintings on the ceiling are really a must to see. Lovely white interior and magnificent details of sculptures. Fantastic that it is right in town. Felt very much at peace here. Take time out and enjoy.

Thank Xanerin
Reviewed 14 May 2017

The Neumünster was built as a romanesque basilica with two transepts. Later it was rebuilt in a baroque style and instead of the west choir equipped with a cupola and a magnificent facade.The interior decoration was made by the brothers Johan Baptist and Dominikus Zimmermann....More

1  Thank ralfkrueger2211
Reviewed 7 March 2017 via mobile

This is small church built in between other houses located on the main street. When you enter the church, it extends all the way in and becomes very spacious. There is a dome in the inside. The paintings, artwork and statues inside are beautiful and...More

Thank Phi S
Reviewed 12 December 2016

Built in the 11th century at the burial site of the Irish monk, St. Kilian. He was an apostle of the Franks who was murdered here in 689 AD along with his companions. The interior was beautiful.

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 14 November 2016

This church has a very nice decoration and settings, it´s definitely a part of the To-Do list of Würzburg. I won´t spoil the history too much, as you may appreciate to discover/read it yourself inside.

Thank Antonin B
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Just a few steps from the Cathedral, this church is beautiful. The altars, the marble, the paintings, the ceiling, the cupola, all beautiful. Free to visit.

Thank Ricmar60
Reviewed 8 October 2016

The Neumuenster is located directly next to the Cathedral, so it is an easy additional stop. Loved the inside of it and the murals and paintings.

Thank Asian_Wanderer888
Reviewed 4 September 2016

The church is brilliant white inside which made it feel lovely and cool. There is plenty to see and you can't miss the dome. Make sure you see this whilst wandering around Wurzburg.

Thank Lincoln1966
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