Across the Hallstein Gate you can see the St. Petrelli Church, which is a red brick structure with a very plain exterior and white and pure interior. The church tower can be climbed to the top, overlooking the whole of the old town of Lubeck, one of the churches that Lubeck is well worth visiting.
St. Petri’s Church is located about four to five hundred meters behind the Holstein Gate. The pointed top of the tower is visible at a glance.
St. Petri’s Church is a Gothic building with a pointed tower and round arch windows.
Gothic architecture is an architectural style that originated in France in the second half of the 11th century and was popular in Europe in the 13th to 15th centuries. We can see it in many buildings, such as Cologne Cathedral and Milan Cathedral.
The tower is striking in the city and worth a visit, typical Gothic style
There is a very sharp spire to go up and enjoy the view of the old city and the church itself is a red wall