If you are in Boppard be sure to carve out a little time to go inside this beautiful church. It will be time well spent.
We visited this church just as a saxophone quartet were about to give a recital. It was a really nice way to spend an hour and the interior if the church is so beautiful.
If you are in Boppard, by all means visit the church of St. Serverus. Its right in the middle of town, and is the tallest structure in Boppard. The church is late Romanesque, and has lovely painted arches inside. The community has donated a lot of lovely stained glass windows so you will be very impressed. The organ is a... More
Right in the centre of the town, this church is a lovely sanctuary where you can spend a moment or two in quietude. Superb stained glass windows light up its spacious old interior and there is a really calming feel to the place. Interesting artefacts dating back to Roman times are also on display and, although only captioned in the... More
After leaving Carmelite Church a second peal of bells guided us to St. Severus which made our walk around Boppard very enjoyable.Do enter the church which is well worth a visit,
This church was built in 12th and 13th centuries, and is one of Boppard’s landmarks although dark inside, if you are taking photographers, use a good flash-gun. A booklet is available on the church for a small donation. The Crucifix which hangs above the altar depict the cruxifitction of Jesus Christ, note his feet are apart and not nailed together... More
We were only in Boppard for a short visit. We were a tour with Cosmos. We boarded our Boat for our Rhine Cruise there. I took lots of pictures of buildings, the beautiful church and the statue of the "Young Scamp". I want to return to Boppard for an extended stay. I have been searching and have found a Bed... More
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