St. Gangolf's Church

Bamberg, Germany

St. Gangolf is the oldest of Bamberg's churches and comprises several styles. The parish church, a former convent of canons, was built in the 12th century under bishop Otto the Holy in a romanesque style and converted into a gothic style around 1400. It later received baroque furnishings and today boasts a romanesque nave, a gothic choir, rococo altars and a modern altar, thus spanning many centuries.



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

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Tom (3 months ago)
Catholic parish church St. Gangolf Theuerstadt Gärtnerstadt Threshold 0 cm Wheelchair-friendly main entrance & side entrance, button automatic door opener side entrance, threshold 0 cm 1st flg. Door width 93 cm, inductive hearing system, modern & efficient loudspeaker system, prayer books in large print, cobblestones, disabled parking space in front of the church 28 m, barrier-free bus stop Bamberg Luitpoldstraße 225 m, Bamberg Deanery, pastoral care area Bamberger Osten, 96050 Bamberg Theuerstadt 2 St. Gangolf Theuerstadt Gärtnerstadt wheelchair yes, Disabled parking place 28 m, toilets:wheelchair Parish center.
Jörg Klewer (5 months ago)
Beautifully furnished church that can be visited. Parts of the old surrounding buildings have also been preserved.
Deus Vult (5 months ago)
Fortunately, beautiful church was never touched as a child
Ingrid Heimerich (6 months ago)
A beautiful church has come to peace there. This is transferred to the praying person and gives inner peace.
Anton Cher (7 months ago)
I like the equipment, the group of figures (Saint Sebastian), very nice! ?
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