The Dreifaltigkeitskirche Church in Ulm, Germany is the kind of attraction that represents a truly expansive scope of history. In and of itself, it features artifacts and architecture from a variety of ages and styles, forming something of a “greatest hits” of German history that melds together in a pleasing whole. The Church is a Lutheran one, built in a Renaissance style that emphasizes height and a powerful façade.
The main tower of the church is actually a remnant from a much older building, a monastery that stood on the same site in days long before. During World War II, both structures were regrettably heavily damaged, but work was underway almost immediately to repair it, and they did an admirable job. The Dreifaltigkeitskirche Church that stands today is as close as possible to the original, and as such, is a must see attraction for any Ulm visitor who is looking for something to do that really opens their eyes to all aspects of the local history.
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