Hamburg Cathedral

Hamburg, Germany

St. Mary's Cathedral stands in Danziger Straße and was built between 1890 and 1893 to the designs of Arnold Güldenpfennig. The church was erected in Romanesque revival style at the instigation of Bishop Bernhard Höting of Osnabrück, then simultaneously officiating as Vicar Apostolic of the Vicariate Apostolic of the Nordic Missions of Germany, then competent for Hamburg's Catholics. It was the first new Roman Catholic church built in Hamburg since the Reformation.

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Founded: 1890-1893
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: German Empire (Germany)

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Andreas Donder (3 months ago)
Hier kann man auch als Protestant hingehen. Leider gibt es keinen Wein zum Abendmahl. Aber man wünscht sich im Anschluss untereinander "Frieden" ... das ist wohltuend.
Claudia DuCrKr (3 months ago)
Uma catedral católica construída desde 1890 estilo romântico! Muito bonita e tem sempre algo novo uma visita é sempre enriquecedora! Tem sempre missas e também aos domingos pelas doze horas em português! Ali se encontram várias comunidades!
Hubert Baalmann (3 months ago)
Sehr schön. Das Kolembarium im Gewölbe ist sehr beeindruckend.
Edvard Willaume Christoffersen (9 months ago)
Interesting history about the church originally placed here by the monk Ansgar in 834. Quite a profound root in european christianity!
Dax Waters (2 years ago)
Great location next to a gay bar and sex shop the priests must love it.
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