Churches in Southern Germany


Churches in Southern Germany

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Kappel
Pilgrimage church Kappel. Waldsassen, June 1993.
Ramsau
Ramsau, June 1991.
Nördlingen
Nördlingen. June 1991.
Nittenau
Nittenau. June 1989.
St. Bartholomä
St. Bartholomä on the Königsee near Berchtesgaden, June 2000.
Weltenburg
Weltenburg, near Kelheim, September 1994.
Maria Gern
Wallfahrtskirche (pilgrimage church) at Maria Gern near Berchtesgaden, June 2000.
Wieskirche
Wieskirche, August 1994.
Theatinerkirche
Theatinerkirche on the Odeonsplatz in Munich. June 1991.
Passau
Organ of the Cathedral in Passau. June 1989.
Passau
St. Michael's Church in Passau. June 1989.
Berchtesgaden
Berchtesgaden. June 1989.
Ettal
Ettal. June 1989.
Heiliggeistkirche
Heiliggeistkirche. Heidelberg, August 1986.
Schliersee
Schliersee. May 1992.
Wasserburg
Wasserburg. May 1992.
Bamberg Dom
Bamberg Cathedral. June 1993.
Bamberg St. Michael
Church of St. Michael, Bamberg. June 1993.
Kornbühl
Kornbühl. June 1991.
Bad Tölz
Bad Tölz. May 1992.
Vierzehnheiligen
Pilgrimage church Vierzehnheiligen. Lichtenfels, June 1993.
Waldsassen
Waldsassen. June 1993.
Ulm
Cathedral at Ulm. June 2000.
Blaubeuren
Blaubeuren, June 2000.
Bad Säckingen
Bad Säckingen. June 1991.
Freiburg
Freiburg. June 1991.
Staffelberg
Staffelberg. June 1989.

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