Aerial photograph of the German city of Ulm taken after the devastating air raid of December 1944, showing the huge destruction caused by Allied bombing yet leaving the church, Ulm Minster, largely intact. Most of the city's medieval centre was destroyed by the bombing. The church, also known as Ulm Cathedral, Ulm Münster or Ulmer Münster has the tallest spire of any church in the world (161.5m). The church was built between approximately 1400 and 1540, though the steeples were not completed until 1890.

Aerial photograph of the German city of Ulm taken after the devastating air raid of December 1944, showing the huge destruction caused by Allied bombing yet leaving the church, Ulm Minster, largely intact. Most of the city's medieval centre was destroyed by the bombing. The church, also known as Ulm Cathedral, Ulm Münster or Ulmer Münster has the tallest spire of any church in the world (161.5m). The church was built between approximately 1400 and 1540, though the steeples were not completed until 1890. Stock Photo
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Contributor:

Alex Ramsay / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

F2G1A0

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20.7 MB (1.3 MB Compressed download)

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2665 x 2716 px | 22.6 x 23 cm | 8.9 x 9.1 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

1 March 2015

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

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