This is the oldest of Nuremberg's churches--dating from 1230. The church features beautiful carvings and houses a silver coffin from 1397 (with the relics of St. Sebadus). The various columns have photos of the destruction of the church in the WW2 bombing raids along with parts of a poem about the horror and destruction of the building. To think that the present building rose from the ashes of destruction depicted in the photos is absolutely stunning. Don't miss this.
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