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Immediately following the founding of the town in 1248, the Franciscan Order settled in Neubrandenburg. The monastery church of St. John’s and the east wing are the oldest parts of the Franciscan monastery and were built in 1260. Around the beginning of the 15th century, the margravial court to the north was integrated in an extension. Today the monastery is home to the Regional Museum, which you can also explore digitally. Discover its permanent exhibition here.
Stargarder Straße 2, 17033 Neubrandenburg
The church district around the Hanseatic city of Lüneburg has numerous communities with a remarkable variety of Brick Gothic churches. These include Adendorf, Barskamp, Betzendorf, Dahlenburg, Embsen, Lüdersburg, Neetze, Radegast, Scharnebeck and Thomasburg. Inside the church St. Peter and Paul in Betzendorf you will find an exquisite medieval work of art: an impressive carved altar from the 15th century with numerous iconographic features.
Hinter der Kirche 1, 21386 Betzendorf
The church district around the Hanseatic city of Lüneburg has numerous communities with a remarkable variety of Brick Gothic churches. These include Adendorf, Barskamp, Betzendorf, Dahlenburg, Embsen, Lüdersburg, Neetze, Radegast, Scharnebeck and Thomasburg. The brick church of St. John (“St. Johannes”) in Adendorf dates from the 13th century. The half-timbered bridal house with a wooden ridge turret became part of the chapel in the 16th century. Special features inside the church include an oaken baptismal font (around 1400), a winged altar (around 1700) and a brass chandelier from the 18th century. The stained glass windows were created by W. Petzold (1998).
21365 Adendorf, Dorfstraße 45
The gable of the house at Kröpeliner Str. 82 (from 1493) is one of the most important examples of Late Gothic gable design in Rostock. It is distinguished by an extremely elaborate design with alternating layers of glazed and unglazed bricks as well as bricks with relief decoration. Today, this building houses the municipal library.
Kröpeliner Str. 82, Rostock