St. Paul’s church is no longer a church, but rather a history museum and gathering place. The displays focus on the various German governments over the last 2 centuries. About half of displays were in English. Went upstairs to the hall where JFK gave a speech in ’63 months before his death. Nothing much to see. The stage is closed off, otherwise it would have been fun to pose at the podium. Seems like a lot of school groups go there – I saw two school groups tour during my one-hour visit to the museum.
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