Eseler, Nikolaus, or Essler, Nikolaus (c.1400–92). German architect, involved in the building of the fine Gothic hall-churches (Hallenkirchen) at Nördlingen (from 1427) and Dinkelsbühl (from 1448). He and his son (also Nikolaus) contributed to other works in churches at Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber and Augsburg.
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