The Saint-Guillaume church


The church of Saint Guillaume used to be a convent church. In 1544, the buildings adjacent to the church were given to the Collegium Wilhelmitanum to accommodate about forty students from the Gymnasium. The church is known for its beautiful pulpit and alter, but also for the funerary monument of the Landgraves of Werde and its 19th century stained glass windows. Do not miss the concert given there every Good Friday, with Jean-Sébastien Bach's Saint John or Saint Matthew's Passion cantatas.

historical monument

listed historical monument since 1985


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