St. Clara’s Church

Local nameSt. Klara
LocationNuremberg, Germany

This dignified 13th century church is one of the most ancient places of worship in Nuremberg. Notice the ledge and the arched windows - they are delightful examples of the Gothic and Romanesque styles of architecture.

Originally built for the Catholic denomination of the Christian church, it also served as a Protestant temple. It was even used for profane purposes - as a warehouse - during the 19th century. Today, it is a Protestant church once again, as well as a platform for numerous cultural events.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Klara_%2528N%25C3%25BCrnberg%2529

Official website http://www.st-klara-nuernberg.de/

Coordinates 49°26'54.858" N 11°4'46.81" E

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