Beautiful Churches: Ulm Minster in Germany

By Shannon Henderson Published on February 14, 2016

A Lutheran church that was formerly a Roman Catholic church, Ulm Minster began construction in 1377, but was not fully completed until 1890.

At 161.5 m (530 ft.) this Gothic style church is the tallest church in the world, and the 4th tallest building constructed before the 20th century.

Ulm Minster Interior Collumns - 400 Ulm Minster Full Frontal - 400

















To learn more about the church and its history, click here.


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