Church of St. Kilian (Kilianskirche), Heilbronn

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4.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
St. Kilian's Church (Kilianskirche) in Heilbronn (Germany) is a Protestant Gothic hall church with origins going back to the 11th century. The church has one of the most remarkable renaissance church towers in Germany. The high altar was done by Hans Seyffer. Some of the stained glass is by Charles Crodel.
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  • Like to recommend a visit to this church. Particularly is to be aware of the age. This woodwork has been established sophisticated and very expensive.
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  • Walking without a precise goal, we had to take pictures at the Church, one of the attractions of the village. By chance, the door was open and we walked in, there was an organ concert, really interesting! Altar and altarpiece, architecturally interesting. Don't we climbed, but for those who want we also organize visits to higher floors.
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  • I was so lucky to be there at the time a full choir and string orchestra performed within for an hour. It was wonderful. On another visit I was fortunate to be able to climb to the top, the view was t...  read more »
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