St. Moritz Church

Ingolstadt, Germany

Begun in the mid-14th century and completed in 1489, Moritzkirche is a Gothic basilica with a 14th-15th century watchtower.

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Founded: 14th century
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)


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Hans Eisenrieder (2 years ago)
Basilika, Sankt Mauritius, 9. Jahrhundert, katholisch, Moritz Kirche. Ein Ort der Stille in mitten der Altstadt
Pavol Cvíčela (2 years ago)
St. Moritz alebo kostol svätého Moritza nájdete na adrese: Moritzstraße 2, 85049 Ingolstadt, Nemecko. VEľmi pekný starší kostol Vás nadchne svojou krásou a históriou. Neboli tu ani veľké rady na vstup.
Mister Twister (2 years ago)
Wirklich eine schöne Kirche! Ist einen Besuch wert!
Visuelle Werbung Ingolstadt (4 years ago)
Im Herzen der Stadt gelegen. Perfekt geeignet für Fotos und für Filmproduktionen aus Ingolstadt.
Ilario Bonomi (4 years ago)
L'ingresso non è facile da trovare, perché si trova in una piazzetta accessibile dalla Ludwigstrasse. La cosa più interessante è la torre romanica del 1234 sul fianco sinistro.
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