Even without being an art or church historian, if you look at the Collegiate Church you see that it is something special - above all its "picturesque side" from the Marktstraße. In fact it is considered to be the most important late gothic hall church in southwest Germany.Click here for details
This church was built by the Lutheran community between 1711 and 1717, and stands in what is now the generously-proportioned Union Square in the Rittersberg quarter. It is a rectangular building without side aisles or a choir.
St. Martin’s is considered a vivid example of a medieval church of a mendicant order. Built at the beginning of the 14th century as a Franciscan monastery church, it was expanded as early as the 15th century and finally dissolved by the French at the end of the 18th century.Click here for details