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Ulm Munster

Listed under Churches & Abbeys in Ulm, Germany.

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Ulm's Lutheran church is already worth visiting for its wonderful Gothic exterior and the precious works of art contained within, for example a vibrant triptych of 16th century altar paintings by Martin Schaffner and a huge church organ once played by Mozart. It's also famed for being the tallest church in the world, standing at a proud 530 feet, and if you're brave enough to climb the 768 steps of the one-man-wide spiral staircase into the steeple, you'll be rewarded with expansive views of Ulm, the surrounding countryside and the Alps in the distance.

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