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After stumbling upon this hidden gem on my walk this afternoon I came home to look it up. I tried to get in by the latched door but it appeared to have been locked. It’s a nice kept area but would have liked to peek...More
As the photo of the book inside the church attests the 82 German soldiers from WW II are called victims. Maybe a poor translation but the book looked it had been around for a while. If the Germans associated with a church think their soldiers...More
My wife has walked by this a dozen times. I saw a review on Trip Adviser and realized we had walked right by it the day before. Definitely worth seeking out. Not hidden just does not stand out from the street. Amazing art inside and...More
This church was so beautiful. I had no idea this little annex was so old but it was well kept and really amazing to see. It is located to an amazing little diner and was well preserved. I recommend a visit!
This is a lovely place that provides the soul some relaxation and refreshment away from the rest of the world. This little annex was built in the 1300s. There used to be more to the building but it was destroyed centuries ago. You can go...More
It's a neat chapel with interesting murals from medieval and renaissance times. Worth a quick peek if you're in the area. It's free. There are German WW II graves in front and there is a Barbarossa bakery across the street.