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"What can you tell me about St. Peters Church?" (posted 09/07/2014)

Today's late-Gothic church was built by Peter 1489 - 1522 erbaut.Angenommen that the original church built in 1089 by Bishop Gebhard of Constance, a brother of the Zähringer duke Bertold the Second, was badly damaged in the great fire of 1461 and therefore a new building necessary war.Dies but could not be confirmed. Responsible for the first phase of construction of St. Peter's was Peter von Koblenz, the architect Eberhard im Bart. The start of construction marks a cornerstone in the Chorsüdseite with the year 1489 (in Latin: in the year of the Lord 1489) and the coat of arms of the monastery of St. Peter. The stone marks the builder a Y in the sign, the sign held by an angel is in the middle keystone for the choir window. The star-ribbed vault in the choir has a total of nine keystones. For 1505/1510 was carried out a three-aisled expansion and 1517-1522 a vaulting of the nave. The vorreformatische painting of the church (including The Last Judgement of Kirchheimer painter Thomas Schick) has largely preserved, just as nachreformatische of 1601 is located on the famous Nordwnd the rosary picture, a devotional prayer of the Rosary. The middle picture shows Madonna and Child, located about three wreaths with roses and five medallions with images from the life of Jesus. At the bottom of the screen kneel representatives of the clergy, pope, cardinals, bishops, an abbot, monks and nuns. In addition, numerous representatives of worldly objects. A particular gem is also the organ in 1795 made by the Weilheim Andreas Goll, which is considered the most valuable monument organ in the Esslingen district today. There is much to tell and to marvel at our beautiful St. Peter's Church. Best to do this during a visit and a guide. Overpasses are the city of Weilheim information. Phone: 07023/106 -0 The church is open during the day for visitors. A small church leader is from inside. Source: Weiheim - The history of the city on the Limburg by Manfred Waßner, Flyers: historical trail Städtle
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When you enter St. Peter's Church in Weilheim for the first time, is surprised to find such a wealth of images in a Protestant Church in Württemberg. View of St. Peter's Last Judgment by Thomas Schick, the Elder (1499). In the middle: The directing Christ to his right train of the blessed in heaven. To his left: The jaws of hell. * Rosary picture (1523) A particularly impressive devotional * The pulpit (around 1520) * Baroque organ by Andreas Goll (1795) One of the most important historic organs of the Ev. Lutheran Church in Württemberg * 1489 built as a late Gothic hall church under Peter von Koblenz, the architect of Count Eberhard im Bart, it was further painted over the centuries. Federal President Theodor Heuss called her during his visit on 30.9.1955 "his Swabian Wies Church". History: 400 years ago (1089) was the first church here one of Duke Berthold II, from the later of the Zähringer family, donated Romanesque basilica, probably built as a monastery house and grave lay.. But three years later (1093) shifted the Zähringer their focus in the southwest of the country, where they founded the monastery of St. Peter in the Black Forest. When Count Eberhard im Bart the rule in Württemberg took over, he agreed with the Abbot of St. Peter, a native of Weilheim Peter Einhardt, the old church to replace in his home town of Weilheim by a larger city church. Construction period: 1489-1495. 1517-1523 Second phase of construction with collection of the vault and installing the pulpit 1600/1601 transformation the Protestant preacher church with another picturing Until 1803 was the St. Peter's Church in the shared responsibility of Kath. Monastery of St. Peter and the Protestant city of Weilheim. St. Peter's is open daily. Opening times: Summer: 8.30 bis 18.30 clock clock Winter: 8.30 bis 17.00 clock clock Tours upon request. Sign in Ev. Parish I, Weilheim / Teck Tel 07023/909736 Fax:. 07023/909737 e-mail: ev.pfarramt.weilheim@peterskirche-weilheim.de view of the altar * Playback of Images courtesy of the publisher: Schnell & Steiner GmbH Regensburg. Editor of the church leader - Peter Church Weilheim aT
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It is situated 7 km southeast of Kirchheim unter Teck (Kirchheim unter Teck vacation rentals | Kirchheim unter Teck travel guide), and 13 km southwest of Göppingen (Göppingen vacation rentals | Göppingen travel guide).

Weilheim is ideally situated for day trips, no matter if towards Ulm, Göppingen, Schwäbisch Hall, Waiblingen, Stuttgart, Reutlingen, Tübingen,…

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Weilheim is located north of the Albtrauf, in the country at the foot of the Swabian Alb, and with 2251 hectare it comprises a rather large area. It lies in the Swabian Jurassic, from the Lias eta to the Weissjura (“White Jurassic”) beta; the city lies in between, mainly on the Braunjura (“Brown Jurassic”). Among its higher elevations is the Limburg (598 m), the “house mountain” of Weilheim, the Egelsberg (428 m), which locals also call “Bürrle” (which means small mountain), both of volcanic origin as is the small Dachsbühl, and the Tuchbleiche (390 m). The Wolfsscherre is an extension of the Alb in the East of the city (with 573 m), and it contains a drinking water reservoir of 4000 cubic meter at an altitude of 480 m. Similarly, the Egenfirst (536 m) extends the Alb in the southeast. The highest point of Weilheim, with 800 m, is the Bosler, at the Erdschliss. The altitude at the town hall is 384 m. Since 1940, here at the Bosler, several airplanes have collided with the abruptly rising mountain.


  • Fremdenverkehrsverband (Tourist Information Association) Neckarland Schwaben, Charlottenplatz 17 , 7000 Stuttgart 1
  • Schwäbischer Albverein, Hospitalstraße 21 B 7000 Stuttgart 1


Am Stockach 1, 73235 Weilheim unter Teck
Opening Hours: Mo - Sa 08:00 am - 08:00 pm, closed Sundays
Market with bakery and butcher, fresh fruit and vegetables

Suggested Day Trips:

The Kraichgau

  • Bretten – Old town, Melanchthon’s birthplace, with his house at the market
  • Eppingen – small town of timber-framed houses on the northern edge of the Heuchelberg
  • Sinsheim – Steinsberg castle at the border of the Kraichgau
  • Sinsheim – nearby car and technology museum
  • Bruchsal – Bruchsal castle with collection of tapestries
  • Maulbronn –Maulbronn monastery, fully preserved medieval monastery

Zwischen Stromberg Heuchelberg und Neckar

  • Bad Wimpfen – free imperial town, Gothic churches (and considered one of the most beautiful German cities)
  • Marbach am Neckar – Schiller’s birthplace, with the house where he was born and national museum
  • Stromberg – amusement park – Altweibermühle in Tripsdrill, close by Cleebronn am Stromberg, Tierpark (animal park) - Tripsdrill and
  • Wildparadies Stromberg: with native and exotic animals
  • Guttenberg – castle with museum and falcon breeding
  • Gundelsheim – Horneck castle
  • Bad Friedrichshall – show salt mine
  • Heilbronn – Gothic Kilian’s church
  • Schwaigern- timber-frame small town, Gothic town church
  • Weinsberg – medieval castle ruin Weibertreu
  • Lauffen- Besigheim- Hessigheim – Bietigheim – beautiful small towns of timber-frame houses in wine-growing area
  • Steinheim an der Murr – museum of prehistoric man

Schwäbischer Wald (Swabian Forest)

  • The Bottwar valley with the Wunnenstein and Löwenstein mountains is a wine-growing area with castles and quaint villages
  • Öhringen – town hall in the former castle, late Gothic church, Weygang Museum
  • Waldenburg – castle
  • Schwäbisch Hall – Comburg castle, Benedictine monastery Comburg, former imperial town with beautiful old town well-worth a visit
  • Ellwangen – Roman-baroque churches
  • Welzheim – Roman limes (border wall)
  • Lake Ebnisee – beautiful calm lake in the middle of the Welzheim forest

Around Stuttgart

  • Markgröningen – Gothic church
  • Leonberg – castle, Swabian timber-frames
  • Solitude – summer castle of Duke Karl Eugen, panorama terrace
  • Waiblingen – medieval cityscape, town fortification
  • Weil der Stadt – medieval town, city walls, Kepler house
  • Rotwildpark (deer park) – animal enclosure west of Stuttgart, Bärenschlössle castle
  • Denkendorf – Roman (architecture style) monastery
  • Ludwigsburg – baroque castle, flourishing baroque, fairy-tale garden (Ludwigsburg castle was built under Duke Eberhard Ludwig between 1704 and 1733)
  • Stuttgart – TV tower, Mercedes Benz Museum, Porsche Museum, Lindenmuseum – Museum of Anthropology, rack railway ride on the old „Weinsteige“, Wilhelmspalais palace at the Charlottenplatz, castles such as the Altes Schloss with state museum, Rosenstein castle with natural history museum, Hohenheim castle (today university), State Gallery Stuttgart, Museum of Vine-Growing in Uhlbach, Stuttgart Zoo – Wilhelma churches, squares and more
  • Bad Cannstatt – Sept, / Okt. Cannstatter Wasen (folk festival)
  • Esslingen – quaint medieval town, churches, castle, town fortifications
  • Plochingen – Hundertwasser building

More Suggested Day Trips from Weilheim:

Straße der Staufer – The Staufer’s Road

Staufer buildings around Lorch, Göppingen, Schwäbisch Gmünd. The Staufer’s Road touches on many important points of the history of this, one of the most important, families in German history. The three emperor’s mountains – Hohenstaufen, Hohenrechberg, Stuifen – are well-suited for hikes. Climbing Hohenstaufen, with the ruins of the ancestral home of the Staufer, gives a great panoramic view to the Stuifen and the Rechberg mountains.


Lorch monastery is a Romanic monastery that was founded as Staufer mortuary. The monastery church from the 12th century is a basilica consisting of three ships, made in pillared style, shaped in the typical architectural style of the Roman period to resemble ancient Roman king’s halls. Close-by, one can find remains of the Roman border wall, the limes, and a recreated watch tower.

Schwäbisch Gmünd

Old city with harmonic building ensemble, churches and museums worth a visit.

Faurndau near Göppingen

Roman-style monastery


City natural history museum, Jewish museum in the Jebenhausen district, Staufer exhibition at Hohenstaufen, remarkable historical buildings and churches, Märklin Erlebniswelt – model train museum, animal park, golf club


Large Roman “castell” (fortress) at the Limes, Limes Museum, “Tiefer Stollen” mine, Fachsenfeld castle, pools/spas, Limes spa, Prehistoric World museum Aalen at the market square

Weilheim and Environs

    Weilheim Teck – Zähringen city with lovingly restored old city center, round path through the old town and mill path to remarkable buildings and places, with St. Peter’s church (a late Gothic hall church) a particular jewel, educational path through nature, extensive hiking and bike paths, Fahrrad Heilenmann offering e-Bikes for rent, nice outdoor pool with old trees,
  • Holzmaden – Museum Hauff with world-renowned dinosaur finds in oil shale
  • Reußenstein – castle ruins above Neidlingen (a town next to Weilheim)
  • Kirchheim Teck – undisturbed old town core, castle with wall and moat, St. Martin’s church and Kornhaus (corn house), bastion in the Northeast of the city’s center and prominent intersection with timber-framed town hall, citizen’s lakes and airport for sailplanes Hahnweide, towards Nürtingen.
  • Owen – mortuary of the dukes of Teck, ancestors of the British queen, in St. Mary’s Church, St. Bernard’s Chapel, Geschichtshaus (house of history/story) Owen, castle ruin Teck with pub above Owen
  • Beuren – open air museum, panorama spa Beuren, soil teaching path
  • Hohenneuffen – ruins above Neuffen

The Filstal valley, from Wiesensteig to Geislingen Steige

  • Wiesensteig – old town of historical importance with beautiful timber-frame houses, residence castle of the family of Helfenstein, collegiate church St. Cyrakus, cemetery chapel, Schertel cave (one of the stalactite caves of the Swabian Alb which is worth a visit) 5 km west of Wiesensteig, geology teaching path
  • Bad Ditzenbach thermal spa, Hiltenburg castle ruins
  • Deggingen – Capuchin monastery Ave Maria, Franciscus path
  • Überkingen – thermal spa
  • Geislingen – Helfenstein castle ruins, museum of treasure chests in the Alter Bau, Red Cross museum, WMF – Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik (factory tours and factory sales in the fish hall)

From Schönbuch via the Reutlinger Alb into the Danube Valley

  • Weitenburg – a castle well worth a visit
  • Haigerloch – castle and beautiful view of the city, town church
  • Rottenburg – episcopal city with cathedral, pilgrim church
  • Tübingen – university town, quaint small alleyways, beautiful timber-frame buildings, town church, castle, Hölderlin tower, boat tours on the traditional “Stocherkahn”
  • Bebenhausen – Cistercian monastery, museum, nearby animal enclosure
  • Bad Urach – town of timber-framed houses, remarkable market spring, Amandus church, castle, Hohenurach castle ruins, 37 m high waterfall of Urach
  • Reutlingen – timber-framed buildings, well-preserved town fortifications, St. Mary’s church
  • Hohenzollern castle near Hechingen, a fairy-tale castle with seven towers, visit highly recommended
  • Hechingen – at the foot of the Hohenzollern, contains important architectural monuments of the Renaissance
  • Neresheim – monastery church by Balthasar Neumann
  • Lichtenstein castle above Honau, a charming small castle
  • ”Nebelhöhle” (fog cave) near Genkingen – one of the most beautiful and largest caves of the Reutlinger Alb
  • ”Bärenhöhle” (bear’s cave) near Erpfingen with entertainment park and children’s playgrounds
  • Marbach – famous state stud farm of Württemberg
  • Beuron – old monastery at the Danube, baroque monastery church
  • Sigmaringen – Hohenzoller castle with castle museum, town hall square, prince’s garden, regional museum Runder Turm (round tower), city parish church St. John, Mattes-Zündapp museum (a must for motorcycle fans)
  • Heiligen Kreuztal – Gothic monastery church, extensive monastery grounds
  • Blaubeuren – “Blautopf,” famous karst fountains, monastery church
  • Ulm – city well-worth a visit, minster of Ulm with the highest church steeple in Germany, bread museum, fisher’s quarter

Things to See in Weilheim an der Teck

Städtlesfest, jedes Jahr am ersten Sonntag im Juli

Dorffest in Hepsisau, jedes Jahr am ersten Sonntag im September

Kirschenblütenfest im April

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More about the History of Weilheim an der Teck

Weilheim attained its city status in 1319. At the end of the 19th century, the city underwent major industrialization.

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Weilheim an der Teck is a town in the district of Esslingen in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany.

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