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Merseburg, Entenplan mit Stadtkirche St. Maximi
Germany

Stadtkirche St. Maximi am Entenplan in Merseburg.

Merseburg ist eine Dom- und Hochschulstadt an der Saale im südlichen Sachsen-Anhalt. Sie ist Verwaltungssitz des Landkreises Saalekreis und Bestandteil des länderübergreifenden Ballungsraums der Großstädte Leipzig und Halle. Unmittelbar an Merseburg grenzen die Chemiestandorte Schkopau (Buna) und Leuna. (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merseburg)

Die Stadtkirche St. Maximi wurde vermutlich im 10. Jahrhundert gegründet. Für die Jahre 1432 bis 1501 ist ein Umbau der Kirche nachgewiesen. Die spätgotische Hallenkirche ist mit ihrem 74m hohen neugotischen Turm von 1867 bis 1872 das höchste Gebäude der Stadt. Die Kirche wird heute als Konzerthalle genutzt und ist für Besucher kostenfrei geöffnet. (http://www.merseburg-tourist-ev.de/index.php/stadtkirche-st-maximi.html)

Copyright: Martin Schrattenholz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8375x4187
Taken: 29/12/2012
Uploaded: 31/12/2012
Atualizado: 06/01/2019
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Tags: merseburg; stadtkirche; st. maximi
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