Stuttgart

Stiftskirche

  Stiftsstr. 12     more than a year ago
Also named the Collegiate Church, the main Protestant church in Stuttgart was originally built in the 14th century and enlarged by the dukes (along with their castle) in the 16th century, hence the uneven towers and mixed early and late gothic look. The nave was destroyed in 1944, reconstruction was completed in 1958 with conversions continuing today. The renovation revealed archaeological findings from 950, dating back to the original settlement of the Stutengarten (stud farm). Art works inside date back to 13th century.

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