The Jacobi Church in Lübeck is a very beautiful church. It feels like a Baroque style, especially delicate and romantic. There are also many believers here, and there are many people who worship after the weekend.
It is very convenient to get to the corner of Lubeck Old Town. It is not long before the gates enter. This is one of the few churches in Lubeck that is open and free of admission, he is not only free to enter and leave, but there are a lot of people doing churches on weekends, if you have the opportunity to see it, but we were in a hurry to pass. So I didn't find the warm - hearted old grandfather.
The Lubekjacobi Church is a very grand cathedral, its architectural style is mixed with Gothic and Baroque. The two architectural art forms are intertwined, and your church is especially beautiful. The interior is mainly white, and the candle making pool in the middle is very special, and it is worth visiting.
The St. Jacques' Church, one of Lubeck's spires, is one of the spires of Lubeck's "seven spires". The architecture remains Gothic, German-style red brick walls, which continue the style of Lubeck's church architecture. Roofs are still copper metal plates, a typical feature of old German buildings.
Sailor's safety is the safety of the city in the Hanseatic League city, which depends on sea transportation, so every Hanseatic League city has the Church of St. Jacob. Inside the St. Jacobs Church in Lubeck, there is a boat said to commemorate a shipwreck and to praise the heroic sailors.