Photos of Emperor Nicholas II in famous churches in Germany
Emperor Nicholas III lives in Germany, where he leads an active life and public activities on the improvement of the Imperial Throne. One of the interests of the Emperor is old, ancient temples and architecture. Recently, Nicholas III visited two old German Church – Frankfurt Cathedral and St. Paul’s Church in Frankfurt.
Frankfurt Cathedral (Imperial Cathedral of St. Bartholomew – Kaiserdom St. Bartholomaus) – the largest temple of Frankfurt, where the coronation ceremony of the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire was held once.
Emperor in Frankfurt Cathedral
Pope Nicholas III near the cathedral in Frankfurt
Church of St. Paul – a church in Frankfurt. It was built from 1789 to 1833 on the site of the demolished in 1786 of a medieval church, and until 1944 was the main Lutheran Church in Frankfurt. In the church of St. Paul from 1848 to 1849 years the delegates sat the first German parliament – Frankfurt Parliament.
After the bombing on March 18th, 1944 the church burned down. After World War II it was restored. On the day of the hundredth anniversary of the Frankfurt National Assembly on May 18th, 1948 the church was opened under the name House of Germans (Haus aller Deutscher). From this point it is a national monument and is used primarily for social events.