Tallest Churches in Europe

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Chart 1: Tallest Churches in Europe
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Tallest Churches in the Europe- Ulm Minster, a Lutheran church in Ulm, Germany, is the tallest church in Europe and the world, standing at 161.5 meters. It was completed near the end of the 19th century and at its height, visitors can climb 768 steps to reach its spire to have a panoramic view of Ulm,

At 159.7 meters, the Lincoln Cathedral of Lincoln, United Kingdom, is currently the second tallest church. It was the tallest building in the world for 238 years, from 1311 to 1548.

Third tallest is the Cologne Cathedral in Cologne, Germany, standing at 157.4 meters. It is one of the most visited landmarks in Germany, attracting 20,000 people on average each day.


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