Pasau's St. Stephen's Cathedral is the largest and most magnificent Catholic church in the city, more than 500 years old. The architecture is magnificent and beautifully carved. The statues and murals inside are also very exquisite, worthy of the main church, the specifications really very high.
Pasau's St. Stephen's Church is an ancient church with an 800-year history. The architecture of the church is distinctly Byzantine, like a table of ancient castles - and stately. There are several domes inside the church, the sun through the dome into the church, appear very sacred.
The church is very large overall, foreigners swim around tourists, taking pictures, if you want to take the whole, stand a little farther. There are many windows in the church, so it is quite bright inside.
St. Stephen's Cathedral, more people would like to see his glory, towering roofs, colored tiles, and interior heavenly dreamlike decorations, see more rituals, symbols, forms outside, and inward, there is an invisible temple, see more piety, It's power, it's practice. Going in and walking doesn't open your eyes.
St. Stephen's Cathedral is the main church in the Old City of Pasau, although not as spectacular as Cologne Cathedral, but the interior is gorgeous, especially the organ is said to be the world's largest organ, the church three dark green onions and the golden crown is very striking.
Really super beautiful cathedral, the fresco reliefs on the top are beautiful, there are many sculptures and they are all very well maintained. It is used when churches, there are priests, and people keep coming in. There are organ concerts starting in May,