St. Maria zur Wiese Church

Soest, Germany

St. Maria zur Wiese is a Late Gothic hall church founded in 1313. It is made of Soest's distinctive green sandstone. The stained glass windows are worth of seeing.

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Founded: 1313
Category: Religious sites in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)

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HASAN ANWAAR (9 months ago)
One tower still in renovation
Pedro F. García Martín (3 years ago)
Very beautiful
Pedro F. García Martín (3 years ago)
Very beautiful
Paul Vingerhoets (3 years ago)
Currently one tower renovated.
Paul Vingerhoets (3 years ago)
Currently one tower renovated.
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