Stiftskirche

Stiftskirche


Stuttgart, Germany (DE)
The Stiftskirche (Protestant), with its two very different towers, was founded in the 12th C. and rebuilt in Late Gothic style in the 15th C. by Aberlin Jörg and others; reconsecrated in 1958 after the repair of heavy war damage. In the choir can be seen a magnificent series of 11 Renaissance figures of Counts of Württemberg by Simon Schlör (1576-1608).
The Stiftskirche (Protestant), with its two very different towers, was founded in the 12th C. and rebuilt in Late Gothic style in the 15th C. by Aberlin Jörg and others; reconsecrated in 1958 after the repair of heavy war damage. In the choir can be seen a magnificent series of 11 Renaissance figures of Counts of Württemberg by Simon Schlör (1576-1608).
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Links: stiftskirche-stuttgart.de
By: DonMartini

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