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Saint Sebald Church

Having nearly been destroyed during the bombings of Nuremburg in World War II, the medieval Saint Sebald Church was documented to preserve its historic architecture. During its nearly 800-year lifespan, the church has become a prime example of architectural transformation from Romanesque into late Gothic.

Country
Germany
Field Documentation
September 1, 2007
Culture
German
Historical Period
1225 CE - 1945 CE
Location
49° 27' 19" N, 11° 4' 36" E
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