Converted gothic church

The church of St. Blasius is located on the central place of Hann. Münden, Germany. It is a gothic style church with a nice tower where once warders kept watch to protect the city. The first remains in this place date back to the year 1000, but the current church has been built in three different steps between  1216 and 1519.

If you enter the building you might be a bit surprised: the church is a Protestant house since 1540 – but in parts it still looks like a Catholic church. It hosts up to 900 worshippers and it received its wooden floor in 1799 after a flood destroyed some crypts underneath. Visiting the tower is only possible once a year.

St. Blasius
34346 Hann. Münden

Ev.-luth. Stadtkirchengemeinde Münden

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