Weikersheim St. George

Weikersheim St. George


Worth seeing town church from the 15th century

The Protestant Church of St. George in Weikersheim was built in 1419 and provides a semicircular entrance to the Renaissance Weikersheim Castle. Together with the surrounding historic houses, it emphasizes the harmonious townscape of the former residence town of the Counts of Hohenlohe. The town church is located directly on the historic market square of Weikersheim and impresses with its simple design. Besides the worth seeing stained glass windows and the artistically carved wooden benches, the portrait of the Last Supper on the altar is especially impressive. Anyone on a longer bike tour on the Tauber Valley Cycle Path should definitely plan a stop here. The Weikersheim church of St. George is designated as a bike path church on this route.


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