St Peter's Cathedral is the only place of worship in the region to be used by both catholics and Protestants. Construction of this building with three hall-type naves began in the 13C. In the middle of the 15C, the southern section of the church was extended, and its Late Gothic windows date from this period. Inside, note the large wood crucifix by Balthazar Permoser, the Baroque high altar decorated with statues of saints and an altarpiece, and the Princes' Loggia.
Apr-Oct: 10am-5.30pm, Sun 1pm-5.30pm; rest of year: 10am-4pm, Sun 1pm-4pm
Nearby tourist attractions
The Market Square is surrounded by
These well-preserved ramparts encircling
This old water tower was built in 1558
In the former salt storehouse, the
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