This church is a very nice piece of architecture. Though it is a small one but has got a history. Worth visiting.
If you don't speak/read German or take a guided tour, it may be hard to understand what some of the symbolism of the church is, such as the "shadow line" that falls across the floor of the church ruins. It is an artistic representation of the fleeting nature of life, of its fragility. The line follows the shadows of the... More
This is one of the churches bombed and destroyed during WW II by Allied bombs that has been left as a memorial to the horrors of the war. Currently (August 2011) it is undergoing renovation/stabilization of the ruins. It is not something I would make a special visit to but it is worth walking by and contemplating. Once the construction... More
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