St. Florin' s Church

Koblenz, Germany

St. Florin' s Church is a triple-naved Romanesque pillared basilica (founded in the 12th century) with Gothic chancel (1350) on Roman tower. The original flat timber ceiling was renewed in 1708, and the squat towers were replaced in 1900 by pointed ones. Nearby is the city's oldest dwelling house.

Opposite, where the vicarage belonging to the Church of our Beloved Lady now stands, is the site where the central section of the Franconian royal court originally stood in the 6th century.



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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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Henk van Doorn (11 months ago)
Mooie kerk. Bezoek waard.
Peter Beller (11 months ago)
Schöne alte Kirche. Das Adventskonzert ist hervorragend
Petra Peheye (12 months ago)
Sehr schöne Kirche direkt im Zentrum.
Andreas Godau (14 months ago)
Eine sehr alte, sehr schlichte Kirche mit sehenswerten Details. Die lange und große Geschichte dieses Ortes ist ohne kundige Anleitung nur schwer greifbar, so dass die Aussage, dass diese Kirche eines der schönsten, besten Beispiele für mittelalterliche Kirchen in der Region nicht leicht greifbar ist. Dennoch ein lichter, klarer, strenger Ort, der Stille und Gelegenheit zum In-Sich-Gehen bietet.
Mostafa AbdelFattah (2 years ago)
Simple, serene and beautiful
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