St. Andreas Church

Lancken-Granitz, Germany

St. Andreas brick Gothic church in Lancken Granitz dates back to the 15th century. Its oldest piece is a wooden cross affixed to a triumphal arch. The eight-sided pulpit with its star-shaped ceiling was built in 1598. The baptismal angel, created during the Baroque era, was recently restored. The altar screen (early 19th century) contains a copy of the Madonna painting by Correggio. The organ, which was manufactured in Szczecin in 1909, was restored in 2001.



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Founded: 15th century
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)

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Roberto Kemter (2 years ago)
Unfortunately, the church is always closed outside of the season and there is no contact information on site in the showcase.
Manuel Otte (3 years ago)
A beautiful church from the 15th century is located in Lancken-Granitz. Raised on a hill, the church is beautiful to look at. There are remains of old paintings on the walls and ceilings that have been uncovered. Must see!
Guido Stranz (5 years ago)
Very well restored church, always worth a visit.
Thomas Schulz (6 years ago)
Schönes historisches Bauwerk...
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