St. Gumbertus Kirche

St. Gumbertus Kirche opinie, Ansbach

St. Gumbertus Kirche
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Veronica B
San Diego, Kalifornia19 contributions
Siteseeing
lis 2019
Very knowledgeable and encouraging. We went during the day and did a self tour. Interesting history.
Written 22 listopada 2019
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helmers987
Ansbach, Niemcy2 contributions
Organ
mar 2019 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
Very beautiful Organ, bring the biggest barocke in Franconia
The church and the lovely City are in worth visiting.
Written 22 marca 2019
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John L
Sumter, Karolina Południowa784 contributions
Nice church
paź 2016 • Dla rodziny
Went there on a Monday afternoon. It seems odd to see so much of a church painted. Take a look at some of the stone carvings in the side hallways. Got a photo of the altar but could not go in there because it was locked.
Written 10 października 2016
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Mike83Kar
Shiraz, Iran32 contributions
Complete your trip in Ansbach
wrz 2016 • Pary
When you walking in Ansbach center in Amazing Architecture First thing absorb you is St. Gumbertus Church.
Historical, Special Architecture, Best place and really nice atmosphere.
Written 7 października 2016
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Carpediemkath
Tucson, Arizona93 contributions
truly historic building
wrz 2016 • Pary
Shopping at the farmer's market one day I noticed the doors to St. Gumbertus were open so I slipped in for a look. I was lucky enough to catch the organist practicing his music. The stunning organ was built in the mid-1700s and recently refurbished. The architecture is just as amazing and well worth a visit. I'm not sure but I think the architecture is a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic, but a very light-handed Gothic (if that makes sense)--nothing too ornate which gives the church and open and airy feeling. This is a church with a long and storied past; with artwork on the walls dating back to the 800s AD. Any visit to St. Gumbertus is worthwhile but try to schedule a trip during an organ concert because the music is otherworldly and it's a truly unique experience.
Written 6 września 2016
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TravelingFreeWoman
Moro, IL2 497 contributions
This is a Must See!
cze 2016 • Dla rodziny
Although I was here at Christmas time a year and a half ago, it is a church I really wanted to see again. I'm glad I did. The lighting was a little different and the sun shining through the stained glass really did the artwork justice. It is magnificent! I've never seen anything like the 18th century organ either.

I wish I could get closer to the reliefs in the chapel behind the altar. I took some photos, but it would be wonderful to see them with greater detail. This is a place I will visit every time I'm in Ansbach.
Written 13 czerwca 2016
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mba4u
Norymberga, Niemcy633 contributions
Very nice Baroque
wrz 2014
This church is a nice baroque church with a good acoustic. A good place for classic concertos. I can recommend.
Written 3 sierpnia 2015
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TravelingFreeWoman
Moro, IL2 497 contributions
Magnificent!
gru 2014 • Dla rodziny
I walked into St. Gumbertus Church on a chilly evening in December. A concert would be held here later in the evening so instruments were left lying about. The structure of the church could still be seen around the flotsam and jetsam of concert instruments. This church started as a Catholic church around 750 as part of a monastery by St. Gumbert. It is now Lutheran. There are very old paintings and statues. It's hard to tell what period each item is from because it has such a long and varied history from being part of a monastery to becoming a collegiate church to becoming a Lutheran church and as a venue for concerts.

Some of the most interesting reliefs were in a side aisle of the church and more were behind a locked gate that we could view through bars. The reliefs there appeared to be knights in armor. I would be interested to go back when the gate is unlocked to get a closer view.

As a Catholic, it is surprising to me that our Church let this church building go. I understand the history of the reformation period, but still... It is a beautiful structure, but didn't feel as sacred as it usually does in other old churches like this. But that's just me. It is well worth seeing.
Written 28 grudnia 2014
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65Guglielmo
Monachium, Niemcy54 contributions
to be seen and heard
sie 2013 • Znajomi
Very special setting and beautiful concert programme especially in the Summer, a protestant church to be seen and heard for that reason.
Written 21 sierpnia 2013
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RoadWarrior5853
Mentor, OH16 contributions
Christmas Magic
gru 2012
Saw a magnificent boys choir perform at Christmas in this magical, historic church located in the center of Historic Ansbach.
Written 28 lutego 2013
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