Architecture in Medieval Europe
Medieval cities, including those in Bavaria, Germany, were characterized by their unique aesthetics and the application of specific architectural and city-planning skills. During this era, architectural and urban design principles were driven by functionality and the need for defence rather than purely aesthetic considerations.
Medieval cities in Bavaria, Germany, were characterized by a combination of defensive architecture and utilitarian city planning. While aesthetics played a secondary role, they are evident in the intricate details of religious structures and the distinctive half-timbered houses. These cities were a product of their time, shaped by the need for protection and practicality in daily life.
The below selection is from Munich and Nuremberg.