St. Nicholas Church

Lüneburg, Germany

The church of St. Nicholas is the youngest and smallest of the three main churches of Lüneburg. The three-aisled basilica was built from 1407 to 1440 in the Gothic red brick style. Since the Reformation in Lüneburg in 1530 Protestant worship services have been held in the church.

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Founded: 1407-1440
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)

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Bea Eggers (4 months ago)
Beautiful church, even if the splendor of the Catholic churches is not to be found there. This place is authentic. Despite cold feet, it was a pleasure to listen to the organ playing.
tom jo (7 months ago)
Very nice church. A visit is highly recommended.
Frank Müller (2 years ago)
The most beautiful church in Lüneburg in its simplicity!
E van E (2 years ago)
Nice building but unfortunately just closed at the time of our visit.
Irina Kravchuk (2 years ago)
Beautiful old brick gothic church.
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