St. Stephen's Church

Lindau (Bodensee), Germany

St. Stephen's church was founded in 1180. It has beautiful stucco ornaments made in the Rococo period. The altars dates from the 1780s.

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Founded: 1180
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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JudyF (3 years ago)
Wonderful acoustics, and concerts showcase fabulous talent. Seats are not comfortable, one should know this before booking a concert here.
Beate Bauer (3 years ago)
Great organ playing !! I also like the architecture a lot
Kwamkur Samuel (Barrister KK) (5 years ago)
Nice historic location in Lindau
Path Wun (5 years ago)
It is very beautiful and historical Church.
Sharath Kumar M K (5 years ago)
Loved the place... Century old Church...
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