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Merseburg Cathedral - Nave
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Merseburg cathedral is at the core of the 11th century. The church was rebuilt in the 16th century into a hall church. Noteworthy in the nave are the wooden crucifix from the year 1240 and the organ. The organ was built in 1860 by Ladegast, behind a baroque front of around 1700.

Wikipedia (Google translation): here

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