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This is a must see if you want to get a feel for the history of this city. First of all, it is the bombed out remains of a beautiful church that was built in the late 1800s. The Allies used it's spire (the tallest...More
This church has been renovated a few years ago and now it's Rosenheim's hidden gem. The interior is in bright colors and colorful stained glass windows. They have here a 15th century painting of: "Madonna and Child". One window is dedicated to Elizabeth Block- a...More
You will probably pass this beautiful chapel on your way through the main entrance to the city center of Rosenheim. They have recently renovated the interior and exterior, restoring magnificent mosaics and artwork, iconography and the structure itself.
Even when I lived there, I would...More
We participated in Sunday Mass at the church. It is conveniently located near the town center. The church is large and pretty. However, the church has very high ceilings and almost no carpet/drapes so the acoustics are not good. There is a strong echo effect,...More
Over the past few years the church has undergone some renovations however now these are complete it is now possible to take a tour of the church tower. Every Saturday from April until the the end of October, there are guided tours of the tower....More
During our last visit to Bavaria, we went to hear Sunday Mass at St Nikolaus church in Rosenheim. The church looks very nice from the outside, but nothing special inside. I find it a little difficult to understand German, but luckily for us there was...More
Lovely church from the outside, but I don't like the recent renovation inside. It's qutie modern looking, and done in a minimalist style, which just isn't to my taste. I didn't go up to the top of the bell tower, though I'm sure it would...More
Walking along I noticed the church steeple and as I wondered down a laneway, I found myself at the rear entrance of the church. There were people entering and leaving the church as the sound of music was coming from the church.
Upon entering the...More