The church itself is a typical 'plain' Protestant church, so much less decoration but it still feels lovely and the church organ is magnificent. Take a guided tower tour but be warned you need flat shoes and the stairs are very steep and narrow. The story of the bells and the carillon is very interesting. So too, the architecture of the tower and the old oak timbers are just magnificent. Only complaint would be that 30 minutes does not give you much time to linger and enjoy. You will need to be prepared to leave all bags in a safe cupboard and only cameras are allowed to be taken up - for safety reasons.
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