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Eberswalde Maria Magdalenen Kirche

Die Maria-Magdalenen-Kirche ist ein evangelisch-lutherisches Gotteshaus in Eberswalde. Die jetzige gotische Stadtkirche entstand ab 1333. Die Kirchturmspitze ist gemauert und gilt als die höchste gemauerte Kirchturmspitze der Welt. Der erste evangelische Gottesdienst fand 1542 statt. 1632 wurde der gefallene Schwedenkönig Gustav II. Adolf in der Maria-Magdalenen-Kirche aufgebahrt.

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