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Photo: St Martins Church Landshut Bavaria

This photograph of St. Martin's Church in the Old Town district of Landshut, Bavaria emphasizes the extreme height of the tower at the entrance.

Constructed from bricks and mortar, St. Martin's Church, located in the Old Town district of Landshut in Bavaria, Germany is considered to be the tallest brick building in the world constructed without steel supports. The Church is built in the Gothic style, as evidenced by the pointed doorways and windows and the tower has a height of 130.6 metres (428 feet).

Entrance to Martinskirche (St Martin's Church) in the Old Town district in the City of Landshut, Bavaria, Germany, Europe.


St Martins Church Landshut Bavaria

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St Martins Church Landshut Bavaria
The towering height of St. Martin's Church is emphasized in this photograph of the main doorway.

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St Martins Church Landshut Bavaria
This photograph of St. Martin's Church in the Old Town district of Landshut, Bavaria emphasizes the extreme height of the tower at the entrance.
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Rolf Hicker
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