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Aurich - Kirchstraße

Aurich - Kirchstraße (HDR Kugelpanorama)

Zu sehen ist die Kirchstraße in Aurich. Sie stehen direkt vor der evangelisch-reformierten Kirche die im Jahre 1812-14 vom Baumeister Conrad Bernhard Meyer erbaut wurde. Der antiker Tempel mit vier wuchtigen dorischen Säulen ist der einzige klassizistische Zentralbau im Weser-Ems-Gebiet. Dieser Sakralbau wurde auf Wunsch von Napoleon erbaut, er schenkte der Stadt 15.000 Franc zum Zwecke einen Tempel zu errichten. Der Bau wurde 15 mal so teuer, was die Stadt an den Rand des Ruins führte. Daraufhin sammelten die jüdische und die lutherische Gemeinde Geld, damit der Bau vollendet werden konnte.

Copyright: Günter Jibben
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9256x4628
Taken: 16/04/2014
Uploaded: 18/04/2014
Updated: 10/04/2015


Tags: deutschland; germany; niedersachsen; lower saxony; aurich; ostfriesland; church; kirche; kirchstraße; church road; lamberti tower; lamberti turm; glockenturm; bell tower; hdr; high dynamic range
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