St Martha’s On Fire

Not far from where we live,  right across Dunkin’ Donuts and St. Klara church used to be St Martha’s church that was undergoing extensive renovations.  We never got to see this church inside and now it looks like we won’t.  It appears that durning the renovations, the roof being the only flammable thing on the church caught fire, and collapsed inside the building pretty much destroying everything inside.  St. Martha’s dates back to mid 1356, it was located in the historic part of Nuremberg’s old town a few steps from St. Lawrence.    On the flip side of this, while we went to see the burned church we found a great little kebab shop right on the corner of the alley that leads to the  burned down church.  Doner – are simply amazing and cheap too, €3.50 for a family size portion.  Nice.  Here is the original article of the fire and the picture.








St Martha’s



2 Responses to “St Martha’s On Fire”

  1. | June 6, 2014 at 11:34 pm #

    Looks delicious! But with my giant kids I seriously doubt €3.50 could do it! 🙁 🙁 meanwhile – also too bad about the fire.

  2. | June 6, 2014 at 11:51 pm #

    True, it is not the size of the pizza you get at L’Osteria because nothing is that crazy big or good for that matter but the two of us just managed to eat this – and it was good! And I can’t wait to have it again. There is another place right in the middle of the town where they make their own pita bread – also oh so delicious!

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