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This church really stands out - the twin spires are very impressive! The church was open and welcomed us in. Wow - such architecture! We were able to walk around inside and view all of the beauty. My husbands family hails from here, so it...More
We wanted to attend the Sunday service with the choirs and we did. The service began with an English language introduction saying that everyone was welcome and explaining to people the process of the service. It was a very nice way to start Sunday.
This is a beautiful gothic style church that is a wonder to behold. It is fascinating to explore the many details and stand back and take in its whole structure. If you think you are “churched out” think again. It’s worth the visit.
The interesting thing is the two spires each have a different design. The Smiling Angel statue, from 1280, truly has an amazing smile that will touch your heart. The high vaulting and spacial sense this intricate cross-ribbed ceiling is a marvel of human ingenuity.
The Dom looks really great but they are doing a lot of maintenance work right now. - Therefore they had to place scaffolding’s around the Dom.
Tipp: there are a couple of restaurants around the Dom. We drunk a coffee and a beer there. The...More
Is an active place of worship, if you must take photos it is a no flash zone, and respect the worshipers. Closer to the alter are signs requesting no photos be taken. There are guide folders available in numerous languages for a donation.
In Eastern Europe, the Christian Orthodox Church does not have such impressive churches, as the Catholic Church has. This is why every time I visit such a Dom, I am impressed.
It is the case with the Dom from Regensburg. Beautiful! It is similar with...More
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A direct train connection is there between Wurzburg main station and Regensburg main station. Travel time 2 hrs. Standard fare single trip is 48 Euros. Traveling by car is easy by following Motorway 3 from Wurzburg to... More
A direct train connection is there between Wurzburg main station and Regensburg main station. Travel time 2 hrs. Standard fare single trip is 48 Euros. Traveling by car is easy by following Motorway 3 from Wurzburg to Regensburg. Many hotels with free parking are in the neighborhood of the city center of Regensburg. In Regensburg is a good and cheap public transport system.