St. Jacob's Cathedral is also a city church in Hamburg. You can also see a lot of good things in this place. The environment inside and outside the church is also pretty good, and you can see many unique facilities.
This historic church was first recorded in writing in 1255. At that time, it was just a chapel outside the city walls of Hamburg. It was incorporated into the city of Hamburg in 1260. Today it is already in the center of the business district. .
A Protestant church in Hamburg, it is characterized by a spire that is 125 meters high. For the main body of the church, this spire is very tall. It is said that there is also a 17th century pipe organ in it.
This is a Protestant church. The size of the church is not large, but I think it is very delicate. It has a bell tower over 100 meters high and is the tallest building in this area. The church is built with small bricks.
The highlight of this church is that in addition to being an important Protestant church in Hamburg, it also has a 125-meter-high tower. Inside the church there is a pipe organ made in 1693, which also attracts a large number of tourists.