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The Cathedral has gone through troubled times since its original construction which started around 900, expanded in numerous stages, collapsed in 1052, reconstructed, later parts destroyed by fires. Different Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque and Renaissance styles can be observed. Historical important is the enthronement of pope...More
Not to miss during the night when the spire is illuminated from within. The Muenster is a tresure inside and outside. Not to miss: a look at the roman ruin remnants of Constancia. Also look for the signs of the "Jakobsweg".
We arrived too late to climb the tower, but it was still nice to visit. It is gothic from the outside, in the centre of the old town. Inside it has some lovely side chapels and an interesting mix of stained glass windows from different...More
Konstanz is a old town bordering to Switzerland and luckily it avoided the Allied air raids during the WWII; thus many historical building in the old town survived without damage. And the old town skyline is dominated by Konstanz Cathedral ("Münster Unserer Lieben Frau") whose...More
If u visit Konstanz the Münster is a must go! It is the central place of Konstanz and you can always take it as a spot for orientation. Situated in center of old town you will be surprised by how nicely it was renovated from...More
Don’t miss it if you are an art fan! The Dom is maybe the closest to what i have visited in Rome. There is a piece of history in every corner and the artistic touch is impresive. Climb up to the highest point of the...More
For 2 euros, one can climb the narrow stairway up the tower; there are about 800 steps. To get the good views, go outside (so bad idea if it is raining); those views were just so-so when the sky was full of clouds. I did...More