Market in front of the Münster, Münsterplatz, Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
RMJRCD0PMarket in front of the Münster, Münsterplatz, Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Ulm Minster (German: Ulmer Münster) is a Lutheran church located in Ulm, Germany.
RFGK4XBFUlm Minster (German: Ulmer Münster) is a Lutheran church located in Ulm, Germany.
Ulm, Germany - 28th July 2017: Boy taking picture of Ulm Minster (Ulmer Münster)
RFKDEDGPUlm, Germany - 28th July 2017: Boy taking picture of Ulm Minster (Ulmer Münster)
Ulm, Germany. The Ulm Minster (Ulmer Munster), a Lutheran temple and tallest church in the world
RFMKRX61Ulm, Germany. The Ulm Minster (Ulmer Munster), a Lutheran temple and tallest church in the world
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.
RMF2G1ACAerial 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.
Ulm, Germany - March 11, 2017: Aerial shot taken with a drone of Ulm Minster at sunrise
RFMW295EUlm, Germany - March 11, 2017: Aerial shot taken with a drone of Ulm Minster at sunrise
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.
RMF2G1A0Aerial 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.
Ulm's Gothic cathedral (Ulmer Muenster), which at 161, 5 m or 530 ft features the world's tallest church spire, Ulm, Baden-Wuer
RMAWFKJHUlm's Gothic cathedral (Ulmer Muenster), which at 161, 5 m or 530 ft features the world's tallest church spire, Ulm, Baden-Wuer
Ulm Minster and the Neutorbruecke (New Gate Bridge) in Ulm, Germany.
RMBPB0KPUlm Minster and the Neutorbruecke (New Gate Bridge) in Ulm, Germany.
Assemblage Weishaupt and Ulmer Muenster, Ulm, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
RMB7A8TTAssemblage Weishaupt and Ulmer Muenster, Ulm, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Europe
View of Ulm Minster - Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg
RFMFWGHDView of Ulm Minster - Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg
Ulmer Muenster, Ulm Cathedral, front view and steeple, elaborately carved and decorated, Ulm, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Euro
RMB0HJX0Ulmer Muenster, Ulm Cathedral, front view and steeple, elaborately carved and decorated, Ulm, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, Euro