along the Danube after departing Regensburg
somehow, my only picture of the Old Stone Bridge - a masterpiece of medieval engineering dating to the 12th century
The cathedral twin towers are almost 350 feet high.
after leaving the cathedral we stopped at a Black Forest cuckoo clock shop for a demonstration
New Parish Church is the oldest Lutheran church in Regensburg
Having escaped major damage during WWII Regensburg is one of Europe's best preserved medieval cities
IF I was buying, the stein I would have purchased
evening party time
Regensburg is the oldest city along the Danube
St. Peter's Cathedral, widely considered Bavaria's best Gothic architectural work
The cathedral is 279 feet long and 115 feet wide. The nave is 105 feet high.
IF I was buying, the clock I would have purchased - on the right
dinner time with Joan and Larry - retired physicians from Utah
our guide for our walking tour
St. Peter's Cathedral has existed since about 700AD. However, due to several devastating fires, the church was re-built and the current high-gothic-style building was completed in 1320.
St. Ulrich church (r)