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Ramme Church

The leaded Ramme Church is located in the south of the city and consists of a Romanesque choir and nave with a late Gothic west tower.

In the chancel vault, chalk-painted late Gothic leaf slings are seen.

The altar table is adorned with a considerable plaque from 1624.

The Romanesque granite baptismal font has a southern German dish from around 1575 with a reproduction of the Habsburgs' weapons.

The pulpit with its sky is from the same time as the altarpiece.