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Take a tour of Nuremberg's Frauenkirche in Nuremberg, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. The Frauenkirche (, German for Church of Our Lady, is located in Nuremberg (new-rem-berg) Germany. It was built under Holy Roman Emperor Charles the fourth, and was completed in 1362.This was formerly the site of a Jewish synagogue, which was destroyed mere years before the construction of this cathedral.Originally, the church was meant for imperial ceremonies, and was given a balcony for this purpose. The building is in the brick Gothic architectural style, and features works of art that date back to the Middle Ages.The golden clock, installed in 1506, commemorates the Golden Bull of 1356, and is a prominent fixture on an already magnificent church.