St. Martin's Church
The Church of St. Martin and Castulus represents one of the greatest masterpieces of Gothic architecture in Germany. Its 130.60-metre high bell tower is the highest brick tower in the world and the third-highest medieval tower after those of Strasbourg Cathedral and St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna. In 1204, the year Landshut was founded by Duke Ludwig I of Bavaria, a church was already built on this site. Today's church is a reconstruction from the end of the 14th century, consecrated in 1500.