St. Matthew's Church

St. Matthew's Church was built in 1845 and is the first Protestant parish church in Ingolstadt. It was built in the neo-Gothic brick style, but a recent renovation has given the church a modern interior. However, the French Baroque organ which embellishes the interior has not been touched.

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Key Features

  • Architecture
  • Interior features

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Church of St. Mauritius

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Ukrainian Orthodox Church

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Kocatepe Mosque

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