The protestant Egidienkirche is Nuremberg's only baroque-style church. It is situated in the affluent Egidien quarter, ... More
The protestant Egidienkirche is Nuremberg's only baroque-style church. It is situated in the affluent Egidien quarter, which was where many of the city's patrician ruling-class once built houses. The present church dates from the 18th century, but, previously the site housed another church which was burned down in 1695. The three small chapels which are part of the Egidienkirche (Tetzel chapel, St. Wolfgang Chapel and Eucharius chapel) are extremely interesting. The Tetzel chapel was a gift to the city by the family. The Eucharius Chapel is the oldest of the three (1200) and St. Wolfgang's chapel was built in 1437. Come along to offer your prayers or simply stroll around to get mesmerized by this mystic church.
The Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) dominates the Hauptmarkt (Main Market). Money for building the church was sponsored by Emperor
Karl IV and since 1816, this has been the city's main Catholic church. It is the oldest church of ...
The Holiday Inn Nuernberg City Centre was newly built in 2005 and opened on 22 January 2005 in the old
part of the City of Nuremberg. Quietly and absolutely centrally located, close to the medieval city wall and the ...
The Nestor Hotel Nuremberg offers European boutique hotel accommodations Nuremberg. The Nuremberg airport is approximately eight minutes drive from the
hotel.Each morning, guests can enjoy an extensive variety of items at the breakfast buffet. The hotel has a casual, ...