The spires are tall, the arches are pointed, the large windows and the flower windows with the Bible stories, the majestic exterior and the space inside the church, and the long windows with stained glass, which create a strong religious atmosphere inside the church.
Regensburg is a small town, but the cathedral is a big building, and no matter which way you walk, you can be led here, and two towering spires are easy to feel urgent.
Walking through the cathedral cloister, five Gothic altars are particularly striking, apart from the many treasures that are a feature of the cathedral, and the stained glass windows dating back to 1220-1370 years are impressive.
The most famous church in Regensburg, just inside the worship. Feel the majesty of the church. Personally always felt that the Western churches that the high air is a kind of created atmosphere, very shocking.
St. Peter’s Catholic Cathedral in Regensburg is the main representative of Gothic architecture in Bavaria and southern Germany, and is the main church of the Catholic Diocese of Regensburg. It was destroyed by fire twice and rebuilt in 1273. The nave is 32 meters high and the tower is 105 meters high. The total length of the church is 86 meters and the width is 34.8 meters. Pope Benedict XVI visited the Regensburg Cathedral on September 13, 2006.