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Saint Thomas Church is about the same age as its counterpart, the Cathedral of Notre Dame, but probably less visited by tourists. Here are some of the monuments that visitors see in St. Thomas. Some may be drawn to the church to see or hear...More
This is the main Protestant Church in Strasbourg and hence called the English Church colloquially. Since the Cathedral of Notre Dame reconverted to Roman Catholicism, the St Thomas church is the main Protestant church in the Alsace region.
The church is famous for its historic...More
Saint Thomas Church in Strasbourg is a Protestant church today. This church is the main Protestant church in the region.
The church is internationally renowned for its historic and musically-significant organs: the 1741 Silbermann organ ( The family Silbermann,father and sons, were the most important German organ-builders of the 18th century) played by Wolfgang...More
You will must probably visit Petite France and on the way please don1t miss this church. It took almost 400 years to finish it, it is simple and nice. The organ what they have is famous for the people who was playing on like Wolfgang...More
I remember this is one of the churches I most appreciated visiting in Strasbourg, despite its simplicity / similarity to many others.
Partly it is surely because of its history and its symbolic meaning (I leave it to you to google it), partly it is...More