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- Alt Name:
- St. Mary’s Church
- Late Medieval (1300AD-1500AD)
- 1300AD - 1399AD
- Lubeck Cathedral, Jakobikirche,
Burgkloster, Burgtor ,
Marienkirche (St. Mary’s Church) in Lubeck is Germany’s third largest church and part of this city’s illustrious history as a former member of the Hanseatic League.
Taking some 100 years to complete and consecrated in 1350, Marienkirche may not be Lubeck’s oldest church (that’s probably the cathedral), but it is its biggest. It is also renowned for its gothic architecture, upon which many other churches in the region have been modeled. Like much of Lubeck’s medieval centre, Marienkirche suffered great damage during World War II, but was later restored.
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Address: Schüsselbuden 13, Lubeck, Germany
Phone: +49 (0)451/ 7 73 91
Several buses stop outside, inc. 1, 4, 11, 30, 34.
April – 3 Oct: 10am-6pm daily 4 - 31 Oct: 10am-5pm daily Nov-March: 10am-4pm daily
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