St. Martinskirche - From Kirchpl., Germany
St Martinskirche is a baroque church located in the city of Kaufbeuren in Bavaria, Germany. It is believed to be among the oldest churches in the region, with some parts of the structure dating as far back as the 12th century. Originally a monastery church, it features a mixture of styles: while its façade is an example of the Bavarian Baroque, the interior is decorated with Romanesque style frescoes. For those interested in art and culture, the church is known for its art collection, with works like an altar painting of the “Last Supper” earned worldwide fame. It also features a beautiful main altar with two smaller side altars carved with angels. Other features of the church include a fresco represented by a golden sun, symbolizing the eternity of God, and a gilded altarpiece with a crucifixion. Visitors to this architectural gem can also admire its stunning stained glass windows, depicting Biblical stories. All sights combined make St Martinskirche a must visit when in Kaufbeuren.