The Worms Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of St. Peter, is an impressive cathedral located in Worms, Germany. It is a historically and architecturally significant church that plays a crucial role in the region.
A couple is drinking in front of the Cathedral in Worms.
The picture depicts the Luther Monument in Worms. The sculpture represents the reformer Martin Luther, who spoke his famous words before the Imperial Diet in Worms in 1521: "Here I stand, I can do no other. God help me. Amen." The monument is an impressive testament to historical events and a significant site in Worms.
Worms Cathedral aerial view, © R. Uhrig© R. Uhrig
The picture displays the Andreasstift in Worms, a historic institution with a rich past. Dedicated to Saint Andrew, the stift is known for its impressive architecture and plays a significant role in the history of the city of Worms., © Uwe Feuerbach© Uwe Feuerbach
People enter Worms Cathedral., © Bernward Bertram© Bernward Bertram
Model of Worms Cathedral.

Pure zest for life and over 2000 years of cultural history


In Worms, the ancient capital of the Nibelungen, history is close at hand and omnipresent: here, queens quarreled, emperors held court, and theses were defended.