St. Peter's Church

Lübeck, Germany

St. Peter's Church, once three-naved, was built between 1227 and 1250 and expanded in the 15th and 16th century to a five-naved Gothic hall church. The church roof was destroyed during the Second World War and was provided with an emergency roof in 1960. Reconstruction was only completed in 1987.

Nowadays, St. Peter's is no longer used as a church. Instead, the 800-year-old light and airy church interior has evolved into a vibrant centre for events and exhibitions. A large arts and crafts market takes place here during the Christmas period.

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Founded: 1227-1250
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Hohenstaufen Dynasty (Germany)

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www.luebeck-tourism.de

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User Reviews

SH (9 months ago)
Must do when you are in Lübeck and has a good weather. Ticket for adults 4€ and you dont need to climb the stairs. It has a lift ?
Mahyar Taghizadeh (9 months ago)
Amazing view of the city.
Shin Grey (12 months ago)
Perfect place to view Lübeck, if you come to Lübeck for the first time this is the place you should visit
Vinay Kulkarni (18 months ago)
Nice church. Very beautiful. In main area. Sbould visit.
florin asaftei (2 years ago)
Excellent view of the city for just 4euro. The staff was very nice and fluent in English.
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