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Access is by stairs leading from the main street past the side of the Protestant St Peter Church (Ev St Peterkirche). There is no disabled access. The church was built in the 13th century and finally ruined over 200 yrs ago. Only some of the...More
There is something so simply beautiful about these ruins. The history behind it is very interesting. It was built in the late 1200s but completed in the 1400s. The chapel was built to honor the death of Werner, a young boy who was rumored to...More
This is an amazing old church built in 1269, destroyed in 1669 with the main structure still standing and looks like it will remain for a very long time. Visit here if you would like to visit some seriously old history. As I live in...More
We came across the Wernerkapelle en route to the Burg Stahleck castle. It was interesting to read about its origins while admiring the beautiful building itself. The location also offers a beautiful view of the Rhine.
We were actually looking for the hotel above it and happened on this place and it was overwhelmingly beautiful- and the quote from Pope John XXIII was very appropriate for our present times "We recognize today that many centuries of blindness covered our eyes..." It...More
We admired these beautiful ruins from afar from many different vantage points around Bacharach before finally seeking them out to view them up close. This structure is so intact that seeing it up close almost enables you to envision how spectacular this building must have...More