According to tradition, the Irish bishop Kilian were killed with his fellows at the site of today Neumünster church. Bishop Megingoz built the first church on the site as a memorial for martyrs in the 8th century.

The next church was built around 1060 and renewed in 1250. The current Baroque appearance dates from the 18th century (1711-1722). In World War II the church was partly destroyed and restored later.

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Founded: 1711-1722
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Thirty Years War & Rise of Prussia (Germany)

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Stefan Wörn (8 months ago)
Nice.
Ivy Leung (3 years ago)
Beautiful place to visit the art work is amazing
Yves Surmont (3 years ago)
Maybe the most beautiful church of wurzburg. A must see.
Jürgen Hügli (3 years ago)
Nice church, beautiful handicraft
Jon McGinnis (3 years ago)
Great if you looking for an early morning week day Mass.
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