This is again the small choir at the back, where in most churches the main entrance would be. I love the beautiful light.
Many churches have plain walls today. Saint Sebaldus is an exception. Not only are the side walls of the center nave hung with decorations, there is also a trace of paint to be seen. I suppose that must have been recreated during restauration, because I can’t imagine anything but soot covering these walls at the end of the war. I may be wrong though.
In any case Saint Sebaldus looks very much like we would imagine mediaeval churches to have looked in their time. Apart from the electric light that is 😄