According to the official tourism website of Germany, the Seiffen Church (built in 1779) has been a magnet for thousands of people from all over the world. Alongside its uncluttered style, the appeal of this church lies in its octagonal shape, whereby the dome is supported by eight columns. The church is a haven of tranquillity at Christmas with its festive decorations and its children's choir singing peaceful Christmas carols. Seiffen's famous round church is well-known as one of the most enchanting images found on German Christmas cards and other wood art.
We just had to see "in person" the actual church that has been carved into Christmas pyramids, wall hangings and other wood art that we have been seeing throughout eastern Germany. Ofcourse it was beautiful and the boxes of flowers in the cemetary were gorgeous.