The construction of the building began in 1225. the church achieved parish church status in 1255 and was completed by 1273-75. It was originally built as a Romanesque basilica with two choirs. The church suffered serious damage during World War II and was subsequently reconstructed. Some of the old interior did survive, including the Shrine of St. Sebaldus, works by Veit Stoss and the stained glass windows.
The exterior is undergoing extensive renovation and was covered in scaffolding. The only exterior photo I took was of the entrance.
The organ was installed in 1975.
The Monument of St Sebaldus, a work of Peter Vischer the Elder and his sons.
Begun in 1508 and complete in 1519.
Works by Viet Stoss
The archways are beautiful.