Münster city viewMünster , Germany
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This webcam features a phenomenal view of the rooftops and churches of Munster. In a live broadcast you can see the facades of Prinzipalmarkt street buildings, the Lambert church (Lambertikirche blicken), an old castle and other attractions of Münster.
The city of Münster, where the online broadcast is conducted from, is located in West Germany and belongs to the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. This is one of the most attractive tourist cities in the country.
The history of Münster, the view of which is shown in this webcam, has more than 1200 years. The first settlement appeared here in the early Middle Ages, during the reign of King Charles the Great. Münster acquired urban status at the beginning of the 9th century.
Close the beginning of the 12th century, the city, clearly visible online, had become the largest city in Westphalia. The same period is considered the start time of the urban fortifications construction with a total length of approximately 4 km. In the 14th century, Münster gained membership in the Hanseatic League.
Curious historical fact: at the beginning of the 19th century, Münster, where this webcam is located, was a part of France for 4 years.
In Münster, the panorama of which is offered to you in an online live camera, introduces for tourists a large number of interesting architectural and historical attractions. There are many damaged in wartime ancient buildings have been restored.
In Münster there are about 60 sculptural compositions established in honor of various events in the cultural life of the city.
The largest number of attractions is concentrated in the Old Town of Alstadt. Here is located one of the main religious buildings of Münster – the Cathedral of St. Paul 13th century. The facade of the temple is decorated with astronomical clocks of the late Middle Ages. The cathedral was badly damaged during the Second World War, but was rebuilt in the middle of the 20th century.
Of particular interest in Münster, the view from which this web camera opens for you, deserves the old Town Hall of the 14th century. On this site in 1648 the Peace of Westphalia was signed.
At the end of the main street of the city – Principalmarkt, where there is also a live stream on the Baltic Live Cam website, there is a picturesque church of the 14th century – the Cathedral of St. Lambert in the late Gothic style. Here stands the city tower of Town Hall Tower of the early 20th century.
Attention deserves the main building of the University of Münster (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster) dated with 18th century. In past it was serving as a bishop’s palace.
Another religious attraction of Münster is the Gothic Church Saint Ludger of the 12th century, which is considered the oldest cathedral of the city.
It is worth mentioning the Gothic temple of Libfrauenkirche (Überwasserkirche) of 14th century, located on the opposite side from the St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The climate in Münster, where the online stream comes from, is considered moderate. The average temperature of the year is about + 9C. The summer is warm and the winter is a bit cool. Münste is considered to be a rainy and cloudy city. Weather forecast in Münster for 7 days is available on our website online.