Every Tuesday, we share photographs from our recent or long-ago travels, or just everyday stuff that appealed to our mindful eye and sharp sensibilities as captured through fleeting images.
Regensburger Dom: St. Peter’s Cathedral
As I was going through my Europe photos, I realized that there are quite a few more that I haven’t shared here. When I was serving as an International Research Fellow in Munich back in 2017, I made sure that I also took side trips during the weekend. One of which is the Regensburger Dom, where I had the chance to visit the St. Peter’s Cathedral.
According to Wikipedia:
The Regensburg Cathedral (German: Dom St. Peter or Regensburger Dom), also known as St. Peter’s Cathedral, is an example of important Gothic architecture within the German state of Bavaria. It is a landmark for the city of Regensburg, Germany, and the seat of the Catholic Diocese of Regensburg.
Once through it they were in a discreet road bordered on each side with gracious old houses standing back in walled gardens. Here dwelt the Canons of the Cathedral with their respective wives and families, and the few elderly ladies of respectable antecedents, blameless life and orthodox belief who were considered worthy to be on intimate terms with them.