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Stiftskirche Collegiate Church

Stiftskirche Collegiate Church
The Protestant Stiftskirche (originally built in 1170) pictured around 1900

The history of Stuttgart's Stiftskirche, or Collegiate Church, spans back to the 10th or 11th century. Evidence discovered in the altar area points towards a presence on the site from the early Romanesque period. A Romanesque village church was constructed on the same site in around 1175. The original church continued to evolve, with new extensions added, and other sections demolished and increased in size. A particularly striking feature of the church, and one of Stuttgart's best known landmarks, are its two contrasting towers.

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Address: Stiftstraße 12, 70173 Stuttgart
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"What are visiting hours to the church during the Christmas Holidays including Christmas Eve/Day and New Years Eve/Day. My wife and I will be travelling to Stuttgart, Germany over the holidays and this is one of the places we would like to visit. If there are English services over the holidays we'll be interested on when they occur as well. Thank you for your time." (posted 12/09/2014)

Good day I send you enclosed the opening times and the times for worship opening times Appointment to the Church: Monday to Thursday 10 - 19 clock Fri and Sat 10-16 Sun clock after the service to 18 clock entrance hall and the information desk: Mo . to Thursday 10 - 19 clock Fri and Sat 10-16 clock from Monday to Saturday is the noon prayer held at 12:15 clock. From Monday to Thursday the short service will be held at 17:15 clock. Saturday 18.00 clock service with Communion Sunday 10.00 am clock main service December 24, 2014 Wednesday, 24 December 2014 15:00 Mass on Christmas Eve with Christmas pageant Wednesday, 24 December 2014 17:00 Mass on Christmas Eve Wednesday, December 24, 2014 22: 00 Mass on Christmas Eve, December 25, 2014 Thursday, December 25, 2014 10:00 am worship service with Holy Communion 1st Christmas December 26, 2014 Friday, December 26, 2014 8:00 to 17:00 Mass on 2nd Christmas Day December 28 2014 Sunday, 28 December 2014 10:00 Mass on the 1st Sunday after Christmas December 31, 2014 Wednesday, 31 December 2014 16:00 World New Year's Eve Mass Wednesday, 31 December 2014 18:00 New Year's Eve worship with Communion services are to my knowledge after only held in German. I wish you a pleasant stay in Stuttgart Sincerely, Annette Zipperlen
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