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St. Nicholas' Church
Mahnmal St. Nicholas

49 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5-1 hour
Address: Willy-Brandt-Straße 60, 20457 Hamburg
Phone: +49-40-371125

What people are saying:

When I arrived in Hamburg, I couldn't help feeling that there were countless churches here. With all kinds of shapes, the spire of the tower is always straight into the sky. Then there are all kinds of glass in the church, colorful, colorful, very interesting.

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Additional Information


Today's St. Nicholas Church was a Gothic building that was rebuilt after the fire in 1842. The original church was built in the 12th century. The church rebuilt in 1874 was the landmark of Hamburg's air raids during World War II due to its tall spires. The spire and part of the vertical wall have not been bombed and have been preserved to this day. The church has not been restored, but it has been designed to maintain the ruin of the post-war ruins. It has become a building to commemorate the victims and victims of the war and to reflect on the war.
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