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St. Jacobs Church, Nuremberg
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  • The exterior and interior of this church are very simple and plain, but the inside has been decorated with old tombstones and some old art work. I can only assume that it was destroyed during WWII and...  more »
  • A beautiful stone building placed in Jakobsplatz.Not very big and not out of common.There are at least three more impressive churches in Nuremberg,St Sebaldus,St Lorenz and Frauenkirche.But this one w...  more »
  • This church is often not included in the tourist routes. But I recommend that you visit this place! Construction of the Church of St. Jakob (St. Jakobus und St. Tiburtius Kirche) began around the year 1400 on the ruins of the foundations of earlier buildings grew up on request of the population Shtraubinga and with the approval of the Augsburg Chapter. This is one of the largest Gothic churches of Bavaria
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