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St. Michael, Schwabisch Hall
(4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Standing tall above the center of Schwabisch Hall, St. Michael houses carvings that exemplify the ingeniousness of Medieval German craftsmanship. You can reach the church via the main cobbled road, which leads directly to the entrance. On nice afternoons you may even see a theater troupe performing on the chapel steps, or step inside to perhaps catch a private concert on the pipe organ. Be sure to include the church crypt in your tour. You'll get a glimpse of the church's darker history when you see the neatly stacked pile of bones stored in a glass case. Make St. Michael a part of your Schwabisch Hall vacation plans using our Schwabisch Hall tourist route planner.
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  • Church St Michel rebuilt the late Gothic era still has a tower of Romanesque style dating from its construction in 1156 and its grand staircase (the largest sacral staircase of Europe) that is used sometimes bleachers for spectators of theatrical scenes or conversely scene, viewers are then installed on the market place. Inside you can see a splendid vault with radiating ribs, an altarpiece of St Michel representing hell, the statue of St Michel, dating from 1290.plusieurs altarpieces and the high altar (15th S) also an ossuary.
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  • HAL and stuck in a Germany-speaking old salt and there locations combined is closely related, Salz says directly. The middle ages would say places benefitted from that sort of thing, here goes for development of river water to carry the necessities of life such as salt and along with it, then take the tax Castle was built is made like that. I think I made gorgeous things donated, build elaborate as the local church is built in the Church. But overall opulence without feeling like a magnificent. I think relative to where the relationship between salt and medieval buildings are luxury ones.
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  • In the middle of the square? The Church loomed large, some half-timbered houses surrounding, in the orderly and beautiful place. When I visited but unfortunately cannot observe a closed during Church. The whole town is calm.
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  • Very interesting, beautiful place to visit. Easy to see the transformation from Romanesque to Gothic and some of the chapels have Baroque decor. The view is splendid.
  • A very nice place to visit. It's almost in the center of Schwäbisch Hall. You can find nice restaurants around this to wine and dine. This is the perfect place to take pictures if you go there as tourist.
  • Fantastic.
  • To visit, again keep the peace and dignity of the space invites you to inner contemplation. The hour of church music is highly recommended. A view from the church tower is also very impressive.
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  • 2015-08 beautiful church overlooking the charming village.
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