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We were following the blue line as we walked through Kiel when we came to this church. (By the way, the blue line is genius! Helped us from getting lost). This is the oldest building in Kiel, dating back to the 1200s. It is really...More
Partly rebuilt after WW11 this is a more simple style of architecture, although pleasing.
Some of the interior fittings were saved and put back in during the rebuild, and the Baroque style pulpit has fabulous carvings and makes even a visit of a few minutes...More
Loveley historical church with copper clad spires. The old red brick external walls show that the building is not super old but the church is still offereing services to locals and visitors. The bronze monument to the left of the entrance is nice.
And suddenly we noticed we had spent hours in here. Many different styles and stories make for a rich history, but you have to be wiling to be sucked into it (it is not the Kölner Dom). Ernst Barlach made the famous statue on the...More
Visited the church when our ship docked in the port of Kiel. It's in the city centre and within walking distance of the port. In comparison to churches in France, Italy and Spain it's not very decorative. It's old and simple.
We came across this large church whilst visiting the centre of Kiel. It is reputedly the oldest building in Kiel and can be recognised by the large statue of an angel standing on an animal outside the main entrance. Inside it has a very impressive...More