Marienkirche

The Marienkirche (officially St. Marien zu Lübeck) was built from 1277 to 1351. The building was a symbol of the economic and political power of this city then at the head of the powerful Hanseatic League. As part of the old town of Lübeck, the church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Saint Mary is widely considered as the "mother church of Gothic brick".

About this building

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Key Features

  • Architecture
  • Monuments
  • Interior features
  • Links to national heritage

Visitors information

  • Bus stop within 100m
  • Car park at the building
  • Café within 500m

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St. George's Church, Wismar

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Marienkirche

Damaged during the Second World War and completely destroyed in 1960, only the 80-metre high tower of the former Marienkirche remains. It is a landmark of Wismar, visible from afar. The church was considered to be one of the most beautiful brick churches in northern Germany.