|Looking up from the Market Square over Herrenberg's Town Hall to the massive Stiftskirche|
|Before 1749, there were two tall spires where the single onion dome and |
its white foundation sit today.
Up in the tower of this late-13th-century Protestant church of Herrenberg
is the Glockenmuseum, or Bell Museum.
|The Market Place of Herrenberg, beneath the shadow of its massive church above.|
|Half-timbered houses, or "Fachwerkhäuse" are to be found all throughout this lovely|
Swabian town south of Stuttgart.
More about the Stiftskirche
|I couldn't resist throwing this in.|
She graced a storefront window in
the town below.