The imposing Baroque west façade lends a powerful sense of movement to the whole church. The three-aisle nave inherited from the original Romanesque building was extended at the beginning of the 18C by a huge domed bay. In niches below this cupola are a Riemenschneider Virgin and Child and Christ in an unusual pose with arms folded. In the west crypt is the tomb of St. Killian, apostle, patron of Franconia and missionary.
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The old bridge over the Main was built
The complex structure of the oval
This superb palace was built between
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