Lindau St. Stephen

Lindau St. Stephen


The largest church on the eastern shore of Lake Constance

Lindau’s St. Stephan’s Church is one of the dominant buildings on Lindau’s market square. Right next to the Catholic Minster is the Protestant church, which today is considered the largest place of worship in Lindau as well as on the eastern shore of Lake Constance. From 1180 onwards, the three-nave Romanesque church was regularly rebuilt and then designed in the late Baroque style in 1783. Today, the interior of the church is dominated by a modest rococo style. This is particularly expressed by the altar, baptismal font and pulpit, which bring the piety of the past and present congregation to the fore. The colourful choir windows, the stucco ornaments and the 200-year-old pews are also worth seeing here.


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