Constance Minster is the tallest and most imposing building in Konstanz old town. The Minster was for 12 years the Cathedral of the bishops of Constance and served as the Council meeting venue. These days the Minster is a Catholic parish church, and one of the Germany’s largest Roman Catholic churches. Due to successive remodelling and renovation works, its architecture is a mix of various styles from different eras. In the 19th century the neo-Gothic spire was added, and inside you can see design features from the Baroque, classicist and neo-Gothic periods. With its many points of interest, Constance Minster is always well worth a visit.
78462 Constance, Germany