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All reviews hanging from the ceiling st christopher several languages light a candle unique architecture imposing structure ship models lovely town worth a visit cruise terminal pulpit carved century organ brick pews prayer
We stopped in while visiting the town while in the area on a cruise. This is a nice church in a quiet square. The area on the altar where you can light a candle is shaped like a boat, and when there are a lot...More
The cruise ships list this as a Berlin stop, arrive at 7 am and depart at 10 pm. Well Berlin is about 3 plus hours away - that is to over 6 hours on a train without air conditioning. It was 27 degrees so we...More
WarneMunde near Rostock was our first port of call after we left Copenhagen on Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Ship. A very picturesque and quaint township. With old world charm, streets are lined up with pubs, shops and eateries. In the city centre is a majestic church....More
Imposing structure reminds you of the history of Germany ( the Home of Martin Luther) with the modern town just blocks away. Easy walk from the cruise terminal. Narrative available in several languages.
We visited this lovely old Lutheran Church. Definately worth going there. It’s on one of the streets back from the canal, the small backstreets are also quaint. The homes along them have no ‘garden’ so they’ve created them with pots!
After browsing shops, climbing the lighthouse and having a light lunch I found the church.
It's an impressive building in the centre of town.
Simple architecture, well maintained and not overwhelmed by tourists so has a calm atmosphere as a church should have.
From the outside this church doesn't look much different from so many others but inside is a pleasant surprise. It's is fresh and bright with its green pews, simple but beautiful and different to other churches.
It's free to go in where you can rest...More
This church has been serving the people of Warnemunde since 1871 and the locals are very proud of their church. The carved gothic altar, the statue of St Christopher and the pulpit were rescued from the demolished church and date from 1475. A new addition...More