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St. Nikolai Cathedral, Greifswald

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  • The city's Cathedral is built in the middle of the fifteenth century, the final modern shape in the nineteenth century it received. The Cathedral is dedicated to the Hanseatic City of St. Nicholas, by the way, is no coincidence, since this Saint is the patron saint of merchants and seafarers. Beautiful view of the Cathedral from the East of the main market square, where it is visible between the houses.
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  • Another sample of the North German brick Gothic, not the most prominent, of course, but also quite noteworthy and visits. The Bell Tower of the Cathedral can be reached (charge!) to see from there the town and surroundings, although the entrance is closed now because of the restoration. Organ concerts are held.
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  • This Cathedral is unique in the area. He is powerful right in the Centre of Greifswald. You must visit it. Its interior ornamentation and the high Gothic construction are very impressive. The DOM invites but also to silence and prayer. A sunset through the window to watch is very fulfilling. Great Church!
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