|Gargoyle overlooking Ulm|
Ulm lies at the Danube and belongs to the State of Baden-Württemberg, but the other side of the river is still Bavaria.
|Entering the centre from the Danube where the city wall still exists|
|First glimpse of the town hall|
The town hall dates back to the 14th and was in a bad state at the end of the 19th century which nearly led to demolition. Luckily the town decided to renovate this wonderful building with its frescos and an astronomic clock.
|Astronomic clock at the town hall|
|Main altar by Martin Schaffner (1521)|
|"Highest church of the world"|
You can climb the 768 steps that lead to the top of the minster's spire. At 143 m we had a panoramic view of Ulm. In clear weather, a vista of the Alps with the Zugspitze should be possible. The final stairwell to the top which has barely enough room for one person was closed today, maybe because of Corona.
|Gargoyle at the steeple|
|View from the staircase|
|City centre with the town hall and the gate where we entered|
|Colourful central nave of St. Georg|
|Raven at the Danube|