Niederger Church is located on the east side of the old city of Bern. Its predecessor was a fortress. The church was built on the site of the fort in 1341-1346, and the tower was added in 1480-1483. In 1951-1953, the church underwent a complete renovation.
The predecessor of the Niederk Church was a fortress. There are relatively few tourists here. The local believers come and go. The night view of the church is particularly beautiful and fantastic.
The church is on the other side of the bridge leading to the Bear Park. As a distinctive building in the ancient city, it has become a part of the world cultural heritage
There are too many constructions. It used to be a fortress. The photos taken here from a good angle, coupled with the good weather, are simply beautiful and very artistic. The spire of the church is very prominent.
I saw many devout believers here, and my soul felt infected. You can come here to enjoy a quiet time. It was quiet inside and out.