Regensburg is one of the towns that was spared during WWII and received very little damage, with its medieval town nearly intact. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of the city’s status as a cultural center of the Middle Ages.   It was a city of many churches and people who fluctuated between the Catholic and Protestant faith with many churches to reflect that.  It was a bit of a tough day for our two and a half hour walking tour because it was 92 degrees today!! Whew!!  


St. Emmeram’s is a beautiful monastery built in 739. 

Beautiful church interior in Baroque style
Stone crypt markers in the church courtyard

Regensburg Cathedral
Original architecture still stands

Regensburg on the Danube River


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  1. Albert Mock

    Looking good ! All the pictures and places are beautiful. Hope the food and weather is up,to par! The Tony’s were awesome last nite.


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