Unfortunately, I cannot show you the inside of Nikolai Zwinger as it is closed in winter. But the Zwinger is a longish and narrow park that is walled in.
In this building used to be the city's scales. As with a lot of these buildings from the 15th century they are all interesting inside but it's not possible to actually see them.
The Nikolaiturm is part of the old city defense system. It was first mentioned in 1348. It was also part of the Nikolaiarch which was ripped down in 1848.
This Catholic church, a tad smaller than the ones I am used to seeing in Europe, tempted me in because, frankly, it was open.
Built between 1850 and 1853 it has some nice stained glass (pics 2 & 3)
The Annenkapelle or St. Anne’s Chapel dates back to 1508 and features a series of Late Gothic represented in its sandstone relief.
The Late Gothic Frauenkirche (1459-86) is the only remaining medieval building in the mostly 19th century Postplatz or modern part of Görlitz’s city center
Trinity Church at the Obermarkt (Upper Market) was founded by Franciscan monks between 1234 -1245. Over the centuries it's facade was remodeled several times.