Martinskirche

Martinskirche, Oberwesel: Address, Phone Number, Martinskirche Reviews: 4/5

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Daniel L
Aurora, CO108 contributions
Beautiful Church!
Oct. 2017 • Couples
We stopped by this church in the morning on our way out of town and were pleased to find it open. Along with the Aachen cathedral and Jesuitenkirch in Mannheim, this has one of the most ornate interiors of all the churches and cathedrals we saw on our trip along the Rhein. It is well worth a 20 minute pause.
Written November 14, 2017
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ChitchatCanada
Canada502 contributions
Church with an amazing view.......
Jun. 2017 • Couples
A very picturesque church from the outside and the views of the Rhine from the church's gardens is incredible!
The "white church's" interior is nice but typical.
Written July 11, 2017
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VinoBambinos
Birmingham, AL698 contributions
Lovely Cemetery
Dec. 2015 • Couples
The buildings architecture doesn't seem to blend well as it looks like two building were butted together, even so it was still enjoyable. The cemetery was interesting and great care is taken to keep up the sites. The is also a nice Fatima chapel.
Written January 14, 2016
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folieske4
Antwerp, Belgium7,285 contributions
Quite a climb to reach
May 2011 • Couples
One has to climb some stairs to reach the church, but it is well worth the effort. The church has some beautiful old frescos and next to it is a cemetery. The tower and the Gothic building was built in 1350 at the site of a Romanesque building which was never completed due to the onerous economic situation of the Foundation. The beginning of parish St. Martin dates back to the Franconian period. At the time of the “Weseler war” was the tower for defence purposes included in the city wall and as the Church high above the city was relevant for defense was the tower built as a fortified Tower and is the most convincing example of sacral Gothic defensive architecture in Rhineland. Not much of its Gothic interior has survived but its 16th century mural paintings and a high-Gothic 15th century Madonna are worthwhile. Graveyard with Fatimakapelle.
Written July 10, 2011
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