St. Nicholas Cathedral (“Dom St. Nikolaus”), a wide hall church with a transept and a double tower façade, ranks among the most important buildings of North German brick art of the Late Gothic period. A unique treasure of international standing are the 22 medieval stained glass windows. You can find their no less significant but older “sisters” in the church of St. James the Great (“St. Jacobi”).
Am Dom 18, 39576 Stendal, Deutschland