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A very nice old Evangelical church built in Gothic style in 1235 . Was built in honor of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. Her tomb is in the church . Admission free to the main hall and tickets needed for other parts .
The church and the story of Elizabeth sound like a fairytale. The church is a beautiful building with an amazing part with graves of famous royals. The golden shrine of Elizabeth is a masterpiece in gold. At the exit of the church you will find...More
Marburg Germany’s most important person is(was) St Elizabeth. You can’t visit this city without learning something about her. The church is beautiful, one of the oldest gothic style churches in germany. I’ve visited numerous times as I live here at the moment. We always take...More
If you are looking for one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in Germany, than this is the place to visit.
Completed in the late 1600s, the Elizabethkirche is a fine example of pure Gothic design.
There is a well equipped bookshop and while...More
Much had been said about the beauty of this church and we were looking forward to seeing it . But a sign in English informing refugees they couldn't help was breath-taking in its unwelcoming clarity . I always thought churches were a place of refuge...More
Listed as one of the must sees in the area, we made it our first stop. We were shocked to see the only information available in English was a letter on display to refugees telling them no information or help was available to them from...More