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St. Bonifatius, Hameln

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  • The oldest religious building in the city. Pay attention to the most ancient part of it-the crypt under the altar in which the relic of St. Romanusa, 15 century Bell, which rang in special burials and stone slab 14 century depicting the founders of the Cathedral (the married couple, count Bernhard and his wife) against the background of the layout of the Church. Open to the public from 9 to 18. There is a description of the history of the Cathedral and its attractions in Russian
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  • Superbly restored Church, one notes that it is life. In the entrance area a friendly lady who like to give information. In the base of the Tower a baptistery with glass pictures of Johannes Schreiter, in the high choir Gothic SA­KRA­ments­Haus and including an impressive Carolingian crypt. A place with atmosphere.
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  • The canons of the foundation accepted Luther's protestantism in 16thC, and this became the Lutheran place of worship. There are many much older features and a romanesque crypt that is worth seeing. 
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