Old Capucine Monastery
The Old Capucine Monastery was the only building to survive the city’s major fire of 1689. So it is held to be the oldest building in Offenburg. The single-naved church was built between 1641 and 1647 and features late Baroque wooden altars, a pipe organ and an empire-style pulpit. The picturesque cloister beckons you to take a stroll through it, and in summer the Old Capucine Monastery hosts regular concerts.
77652 Offenburg, Germany