Church

Hamburg
Schleswig-Holstein
Behind a brick, neo-Gothic church facade one will discover a sanctuary and a parish hall on two levels. This amazing construction is the ingenious result of a fire in 1977. Instead of demolishing or reconstructing the church, it was decided to … 
Details of Apostelkirche Eimsbüttel
20257 Hamburg
this brick-lined building was erected in the neo-gothic style by Johannes Otzen between 1882 and 1886. The prominent tower is framed by four smaller turrets. During WWII the church, apart form its tower and porch, was heavily damaged. Its nave was … 
Details of Christuskirche
20259 Hamburg
A church in the "Ottensen" quarter. 
Details of Kirche Klopstockstraße
22765 Hamburg
This small romantic half-timber red-brick church with a gable tower lies in the suburb of Nienstedten near the Elbe. It was built between 1750 and 1751 and is mainly being used for weddings. Galleries on wooden columns line the interior and the main … 
Details of Kirche Nienstedten
22609 Hamburg
1873 was the neo gothic clinker St.Johannis church built in the district Altona. An arson causes a huge damage especially in the tower in summer 1994. The organ was completely destroyed. In fact of this was the church recreated and a new organ was … 
Details of Kulturkirche Altona
22765 Hamburg
In the year 1334 the St. Jacobi Church was finished. The Jacobichurch was the only church, that not has been hit by a bomb during WW II. The church is famous for her pipe organ from the 15th century. 
Details of Lübeck / St. Jacobi Kirche
23552 Lübeck
Small baroque village church. 
Details of Maria Magdalena Kirche
21079 Hamburg
In 1886 the Martin's chapel was built in Hamburg-Horn and became known as Martin's church in 1894, when its tower was errected. Although situated in a residential street, the church appears strangely remote. Lawns and old trees highlight this … 
Details of Martinskirche
22111 Hamburg
Modern church with an altar room that reminds of a ships hull. 
Details of Nikodemuskirche Ohlsdorf
22337 Hamburg
The dome in the city of Ratzeburg. Romanic construction of dome, cross-coat and cloister. 
Details of Ratzeburger Dom
23909 Ratzeburg
Since 1399, there was one in downtown St. Gertrude's Chapel, which was destroyed in 1842 during the great fire. On the 40th Day of its destruction in 1882, the foundation stone was set on new St. Gertrude at a new location, the Kuhmühlenteich. With … 
Details of St. Gertrud Kirche Uhlenhorst
22087 Hamburg
Known as the wedding church, St. Johannis has a medieval tower built of rough blocks of stone which was encased in brickwork in 1751. The most valuable piece in the church is a crucifix from the year 1510. 
Details of St. Johannis Kirche in Eppendorf
20249 Hamburg
This neo-gothic church which is one of the few churches in Hamburg that remained undamaged during the Second World War was inaugurated in 1882. Thanks to these circumstances, many of its original features have been preserved. The brick church has … 
Details of St. Johannis Kirche in Harvestehude
20148 Hamburg
Due to the height and shape of its spire (132 metres) as well as its location, the St. Michaelis church is Hamburg"s most famous landmark. It was destroyed by lightning in 1750 and rebuilt on the same foundations between 1751 and 1762, adding … 
Details of St. Michaelis Kirche - Hamburger Michel
20459 Hamburg
The most stunning attraction of this church is the colourful baroque organ, built in 1688, which rests on the upper west choir. Opposite it is the exuberant and ornate wall behind the pulpit and the altar. 
Details of St. Pankratius Kirche Ochsenwerder
21037 Hamburg
The church St. Pauli is located on a hill with a view of the Elbe. It was not until 1864 that the drawn-out, plain brick building was complemented by a neo-gothic/neo-romanic tower. The interior displays a bright hall with a gallery, clear … 
Details of St. Pauli Kirche
20359 Hamburg
Late Romance church built after 1200. 
Details of Vicelinkirche in Pronstorf
23820 Pronstorf