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St Mary's Church, built in the Gothic style during the 13th century and situated at the highest point of the island containing the old town. It features the highest brick vault in the world but like other buildings, had to be rebuilt after being completely...More
If you’re into brick gothic churches, this is a good one. It is impressive for its size and cavernous interior. There’s the usual historical stuff inside, including a broken bell that fell down during a British bombing raid in WWII that now serves as a...More
This is where Bernd Notkes original Dance Macabre was. It was ruined during WW II but is now pictured in stained glass windows. Also the astronomical clock and the falken bells are interesting. Composer Dietrich Buxtehude is buried here.
had read about the church and it is really worth a visit, the sight of the fallen bells still left where they dropped is reminder to all of what happened also to the civil during WWII.
Only thing we really missed was an introduction to...More
A sign outside listed a children's concert within the hour on this Sunday afternoon. Before the concert, we saw the broken bells on the floor where they landed during WW2 bombing. In another area a grouping of rugged crosses near a small stained glass Luther...More