More than 100 years ago, Protestants from all over the world built the Memorial Church to commemorate the protestation that took place in Speyer during the Imperial Diet of 1529.
The Memorial Church was originally supposed to become the principal church for all of Protestant Christendom. The foundation was laid on August 24, 1893. Today, the Memorial Church in Speyer is the only neo-Gothic mainline church in Germany to have been preserved intact.
Two things in the church are especially noteworthy: the organ and the cycle of stained glass windows that form a comprehensive series of pictures documenting the history of and ideas behind the Protestation.
Duration: 60 Min.
Price (tour): 59.00 €
Meeting point: Memorial Church Main Entrance
Maximum number of participants: 25 persons
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