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St nicolai panorama
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Die St. Nicolai Kirche der evangelisch-lutherischen Gemeinde auf der Insel Helgoland.

Nachdem die Wohnbebauung der Insel während des zweiten Weltkriegs nahezu vollständig zerstört wurde und auch die Kirche nicht mehr nutzbar war, baute man zwischen 1952 (mit Beginn der Neubesiedlung) und 1959 St. Nicolai an der selben Stelle wieder auf, an der auch ihre Vorgängerin stand.

Am 29.11.1959 wurde sie eingeweiht.

Copyright: Steffan Correll
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Resolution: 11176x5588
Uploaded: 25/09/2013
Updated: 16/10/2014
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