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Wetzlar Cathedral, Wetzlar

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  • The Cathedral is a must for any visitor to Wetzlar. The special is not only its unfinished construction, but also its ecumenical use.
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  • The Gothic Cathedral was a construction site for centuries and is then Wetzlar came in the Imperial ban and no more money was not finished. So, you can see quite well that was built in the new Gothic Cathedral to the old Romanesque around. The Romanesque Westwork survives mostly and to see through the porch under the Gothic Tower of the Southwest. Inside, you can track the different architectural styles based on the stages in the Gothic Hall church: In the chorus early Gothic in the transition from the Romanesque style, in the Southern Cross - aisle Gothic style, in the Northern Cross and side aisle late Gothic.
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  • Truly remarkable architecturally. Overlooking the town of Wetzlar, well worth a visit. Internal architectures leave you breathless.
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  • The outside is unfinished but the inside is beautiful.
  • Nice to see, but sadly unfinished
  • Very beautiful historic church - worth noting that it is used by both denominations
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  • Very well maintained the pulpit with inlays,. Very nice. Living ecumenism.
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  • I really liked the Cathedral. He is worth a visit.
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