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St. Michaelis, Luneburg
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  • Church of St. professionals who do overlook in Lüneburg. Please stop by any time from here is of course wonderful build churches. We are even getting as you tour did not.
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  • Linda Church. Features vaulted ceiling and beautiful stained glass Windows. The main organ is magnificent. Worth seeing the musical concerts.
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  • No matter what denomination, somehow put on the churches. First, I think the towers are each in his way, that invite humanity to the disposition and prayer with their bells. Secondly it may be because, the church towers in the sky tower to show us the infinite, which we all once will go the way. It must be also at St. Michael's Church in Lüneburg, the first thing I was visited this church. An impressive monument to the admire also the interesting story of the brothers who found refuge on the limestone mountain. During the prayer, one wonders how this will go on? Every day innocent people die people, including many children who are torn by violence, fleeing in terror, wars, kidnappings, drug abuse and other crimes from their lives. Really a large part of mankind is so bad and get out of greed over dead bodies? No matter you belongs to any religious community, there is no holy war and who kills an innocent or is tempted to kill a killer, because "Murder is murder!"
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  • "Steeples come close to heaven" no matter what denomination, somehow put on the churches. First, I think the towers are each in his way, that invite humanity to the disposition and prayer with their bells. Secondly it may be because, the church towers in the sky tower to show us the infinite, which we all once will go the way. It must be also at St. Michael's Church in Lüneburg, the first thing I was visited this church. An impressive monument to the admire also the interesting story of the brothers who found refuge on the limestone mountain. During the prayer, one wonders how this will go on? Every day innocent people die people, including many children who are torn by violence, fleeing in terror, wars, kidnappings, drug abuse and other crimes from their lives. Really a large part of mankind is so bad and get out of greed over dead bodies? No matter you belongs to any religious community, there is no holy war and who kills an innocent or is tempted to kill a killer, because "Murder is murder!"
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  • A nice Hall church in the old town of Lüneburg. Brick Gothic church dates from the 14th century. Very nice.
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  • In standing the West of old town dominated by Gothic and Renaissance red brick and timber-framed houses of Hanseatic merchants with roadside triangle and relay Gables, together with the second Michaelis monastery between 1376 and 1434 built and in the 1790s the Interior redesigned Hall church. The three-aisled brick building has striking exterior buttresses along the long sides and a Baroque Tower dome. At the northeast corner of the Church are to see the remains of the former Benedictine monastery in the form of the two cross ribs vaulted Jochen existing Chapter House of about 1388 something deeper lying. From the St. Michaelis Church of result in the narrow streets in the Western old town with its small citizens and craftsmen houses of the 16th and 17th century., mid-sized fire houses. Worth watching that closely together built and equipped with Oriels houses of the lower and upper Ohlingerstraße, the former market street on the old town with gable and eaves of houses, as well as the sloping terrain of the subsidence zone caused by the salt extraction with the road lined by terraced houses with Oriels and fachwerkenen upper floors on the seas. Time stand still seems in the small alleys and behind almost every street corner, new insight offer in past centuries.
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  • A very beautiful church from the 14th century. The effects of the typical for Lüneburg subsidence caused by the sole mining are very exciting to watch. Definitely worth a visit.
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  • Definitely visit, Lüneburg's most beautiful church
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