Built in the classical sense of three rooms with the center an impressive dome with statues of the 12 apostles. Not being overrun with tourists it serves as a great place of quiet lending itself for a moment of reflection and meditation. Should definitely be seen if you are an architecture buff.
I go there when I really need some quiet time in the city center - to fill up my empty batteries and want to have silence. Go there in the first row just beneath the dome and meditate. Usually not so many people go in there - like at the other churches.
St. Elisabeth church is the only neoclassical one in Nuremberg. As St. Jacobs church it is located in Jakobsplatz. Both churches are very different from one another, since St. Jacobs church is of gothic style. Notwithstanding that, they both belonged once to the Teutonic Order. When the church of St. Elizabeth was erected in the thirteenth century the building was...