Ulm Minster is the tallest church in the world. It's located in the German city of Ulm and construction began in the 14th century, although it wasn't completed until the 19th.
One of the highlights is the sweeping view from the top of its 161 meter spire, which takes in the German Alps. Inside, the church is known for its five stained glass windows depicting Biblical scenes, its 15th century choir stalls with their carved busts, and the organ, once played by Mozart.
The church's exterior is best known for its elaborately carved main door, with scenes from the Book of Genesis.Places nearby:
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