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Encompassed by vivid greenery, Kreuzberg Church crowns the eponymous hill, featuring a splendid façade which evokes a sense of awe in all those who gaze upon it. Twin towers surmounted by conical spires loom over the sacred structure's verdant surroundings, accentuating lingering traces of its Baroque design. The interior of the church is just as spellbinding as its exterior, and is adorned with striking frescoes, an elaborate altar and other religious relics.
Characteristic of traditional German towns, Schwandorf features a cluster of striking buildings, some of which are remnants of the past. Cobblestone streets weave in between impressive churches and edifices like the Blasturm, which dates back to the 15th century. The tapering towers of the Kreuzberg Church rise above a verdant wooded park and present an enchanting facade. The historic Castle Fronberg is also located here.
The Walhalla Memorial is an eminent structure that stands near the city of Regensberg in Bavaria, Germany. This structure acts as a hall of fame that honors distinguished personalities from Germany history. The magnificent Neo-Classical building is perched above Danube river and was built in 1842 by architect Leo von Klenze. Named after the majestic hall of Valhalla from Norse mythology, this memorial displays 130 busts and 60 plaques of eminent scientists, politicians, artists and sovereigns and is a walk through 2000 years of German history. From Goethe, Beethoven, Martin Luther to Albert Einstein, the memorial is a spectacular tribute of Germany's most prolific figures.