The most striking thing about entering the old town is the St. Petersburg Cathedral, the main representative of Gothic architecture in Bavaria and southern Germany, and the main church of the Catholic Regensburg parish.
The church is as quiet as ever, everyone is silently visiting, and there is a lot of historical materials in the basement.
was once destroyed by the fire twice and was rebuilt in 1273. The nave is 32 meters high and the tower is 105 meters high. The church has a total length of 86 meters and a width of 34.8 meters.
There is a basement in the church, which can be lowered from the stairs. There are stone monuments and some leftover objects to understand.
The church can watch an hour and learn a lot about Bavaria.
Regensburg is a historic town. The history of the Celtic tombs dates back to 400 BC. It may be because of its superior location. Regensburg has left its mark on the dynasties. For example, the remains of the Romans, as well as the famous Dom Cathedral, even the first chocolate shop in Germany was born in this town. But as an important town in the Bavarian state, it is always advancing with the times, and the quaint streets are lined with commercial facilities. Life in Regensburg is like this, elegant and convenient.