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I was only able to visit in the evening and early morning, so unable to see the inside of the church, but saw it as a historic backcloth to the square and to the Christmas market - a really attractive building in this revitalised part...More
Situated in the Römerberg you can't miss the Old Nicholas Church, it is a very nice building to look and you can go inside and take a look, during our visit at the Christmas Market there was a carol performance inside the church.
Quaint little church. I was expecting a lot before stepping in because the external architecture is beautiful but the inside is plain and bare. There is a bit of history at the back of the church about Martin Luther being in the area (not sure...More
Old Nicholas Church is a religious building located in Römerberg square, the main square in Frankfurt and near from Cathedral of St. Bartolomew, the most important religious building in the city. You can see the facade from the square and enter to see the inner...More
I really got bored of writing about temples, unfortunately, when you visit any town in Europe, it is filled with churches or masques, which are in a premium locations and taking too much space. Inside of them there are great artistic art works, but how...More
A tiny church right on Romerplatz. From the outside it doesn't look tiny at all though as it's high spire towers over the square. Inside is so quaint with high vaulted ceilings, soft light and intricate iconography.
If you are on Romerplatz it's an absolute...More
Situated in a prominent central area in Frankfurt, the Old Nicholas Church has been tastefully restored and it complements the surrounding buildings. It is a peaceful place to think about life and the world. What this church lacks for in grandeur, it atones for in...More