The origin of this Lutheran church is more than 10 centuries old. Of course it was extensively damaged during World War II and was perhaps more extensively rebuilt afterward. But today it is an extraordinary Gothic-style church. It has the largest organ in Germany. Its tall windows are decorated with numerous stained glass panels. Old wood-carved alter pieces lined the sides. Scheduled guided tours are offered and organ music played to enhance the visit. Wonderful!
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