Trip Planner : Europe / Germany / Bavaria / Franconia / Lower Franconia / Wurzburg / Religious Sites / Marienkapelle
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Because of its central location in the city's old town, Marienkapelle church is hard to miss on your visit to Würzburg. The white and red exterior is striking enough to catch your eye as you stroll through the old market place that surrounds the structure. Take a peek inside to discover sculptures depicting Adam and Eve by Tilman Riemenschneider, as well as the tomb of the medieval knight Konrad von Schaumberg. Our Wurzburg trip generator makes visiting Marienkapelle and other Wurzburg attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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The outside of the Chapel is more exciting than the inside, but it is good for a short visit in combination with the market square and the other sites of the old city of Würzburg.
Während des Stadtfestes haben wir auch einen kleinen Abstecher in die Marienkapelle unternommen. Ähnlich wie der Dom sehr beeindruckend.We have taken a little detour in the chapel during the City Festival. Similar to the DOM is very impressive.show original
Una chiesa che sorprende per il suo slancio. Passate un po' di tempo ad ammirare le sculture, numerose e molto belle, che ornano i portali all'esterno. Mentre all'interno vi aspettano due tra le più b... read more »A church that is surprising for its momentum. Spend some time admiring the sculptures, numerous and very nice, adorning the portals outside. While inside waiting for two of the most beautiful tombs of Wurzburg (under the choir balustrade, close to the main portal) and a beautiful Lady.show original
Bernd JaegerAnother highlight in the pedestrian zone. Even if not all original's a beautiful place yet to learn some rest. The detailed work load to the longer stay a.show original
Elena Marie MeyerOn standing the lower market with farms and houses of citizens civic late-Gothic Hall church from 1480 as the burial of the Baroque architect Balthasar Neumann with plastic ornaments in the form fields of the portals and a modern after war damage Interior.show original
Henry TrefzGreat eye-catcher, if not originalshow original
Torsten FraryOne of many wacky chapels/churches in Würzburg, worth a visit!show original
Dominique FleischmannWonderfulshow original
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