Take a tour of St. Sebald Church in Nürnberg, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
St. Sebald Church has been a cherished part of Nuremberg Germany since the Middle Ages.
The church is named for Nuremberg’s patron saint who was a monk as well as a hermit.
Numerous renowned musicians played its ancient organ which was destroyed during World War Two.
However, much of its famous art was saved before World War Two.
Technology is used today to experience the changes to the gorgeous church.
St. Sebald Church completes the beautiful skyline of Nuremberg.