Gothic in Oppenheim
St. Catherine's Church
The Katharinenkirche in Oppenheim is one of the most important Gothic churches between Strasbourg and Cologne. The construction of the church took place in sections in the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries. In addition to the interesting architecture, it is particularly well recognized by their elevated position in Oppenheim. Not only is the appearance of the church impressive, it also has much to offer on the inside. Especially the elaborate windows with the famous Oppenheimer Rose are real eye-catchers. Worthwhile is also a visit to the adjoining Michaelskapelle, which is an ossuary.