A fantastic building and a must see. When we visited there was some building works in progress (updating of electrics) however, it didn’t destruct from the beautiful interior. I am sure there’s lots o...
Such a delightful place to walk and see the history of a time long gone. Enjoy the City of Three Rivers where you can actually see different water colours coming together from the Inn, Ilz and Danube...
A couple of years ago I was in Munich for a few days, and being an organist, decided to get the train to Passau to see and hear the world famous cathedral organ. Unfortunately it was raining when I a...
St. Stephan's Cathedral is surely the stereotypical cathedral...huge in size, soaring ceilings and columns, ornate furnishings, and beautiful works of art. It has the world's 2nd largest pipe organ (w...
Alte Bischofliche Residenz (Old Bishop's Residence)
Hotel Residenz Passau
Passau is a municipality in eastern Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as the Three Rivers City on the border between Germany and Austria, the Danube River, the In River and the Ilz River. The magnificent St. Stephen's Cathedral stands at the highest point of the Old Town and houses the world's largest church organ. This piano has a total of 17
The church has the largest organ in the world, with 17,974 pipes, and the sound is magnificent. The spiral staircase in the south side gallery leads to the new Bishop's Palace, where the church treasures and museums showcase the treasures of many churches, explaining the power and wealth of the Archbishop.
St. Stephen's Cathedral
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Danube, Inne and Ilz River meet here, hence the name Venice of Bavaria. It was also the last stop for Princess Sissi to leave her hometown in Austria, and it was the place where she lived for many years.
In this city of Three Rivers, remember to go to the world's largest organ church to listen to an organ playing, and feel the pins of time passing through your heart. St. Stephen's Cathedral is home to the world's largest church organ, consisting of 17,974 pipes, 233 plugs and 4 carillons. It is played every hour and a half at noon.
Turn off your phone, put away the camera, turn on all the senses, and you'll find that the organ is the most quiet sound.