On the Market Square, you can see one of the main local religious attractions - the beautiful Church of Our Lady. The magnificent Gothic-style church was badly damaged during the Second World War, its reconstruction was completed in 1953. Despite the horror of war, the church has preserved many of its relics. Its facade is still adorned by an old clock created back in the early 16th century, while the main decoration of the church interior is the 15th-century altar.
No less interesting Gothic monument is St. Sebaldus Church built in the 13th century and named after the patron saint of the city. Until 1945, its walls housed a unique organ of the 15th century that was played by many famous composers. In 1945, it was completely destroyed during the bombing. In 1975, a new organ was installed in the church, listening to which would be interesting for all classical music fans.
One of the few city buildings that miraculously survived during the war is Albrecht D├╝rer's House. Back in the 15th century, this beautiful national-style house belonged to the famous artist, his family lived in the house until 1528. Subsequently, the building has changed a lot of owners, and in the 19th century, it was decided to convert it into a museum dedicated to the life and work of the artist. The building has preserved its unique historical atmosphere; today it contains interesting collections of antique furniture, works of art, as well as personal belongings of former owners.