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  • 1 TheaterFigurenMuseum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Kolk 14 D - 23552 Lübeck

    Hidden away in one of the most picturesque parts of Lübeck's old town, in a gabled building dating from the 16C, the Theatre Puppet Museum presents one of the richest collections of puppets in the world. Fritz Frey has brought together pieces from th..

  • 2 St Mary's Church, Lübeck Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Fünfhausen D - 23552 Lübeck

    First build as a hall without a transept in 1250, the church was changed during construction. In the style of French cathedrals, the central hall was high (38.5 metres) and held up by flying buttresses. The 125 metre high steeples were completed in 1..

  • 3 Holstentor Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Holstenstr. D - 23552 Lübeck

    This fortified gate, with its enormous twin towers, was built between 1469 and 1478, before the city wall was constructed. More than a simple defensive structure, this prestigious building now houses the town museum. If you look at the tower from the..

  • 4 Sailors' Guildhall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Breite Str. 2 D - 23552 Lübeck

    Behind the gable with its Renaissance staircase, the interior of the Sailors' Corporation Building has kept its tavern-like décor, with copper lamps, lanterns and ship models suspended from the ceiling.

  • 5 Hospice of the Holy Spirit, Lübeck Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Grosse Burgstr. D - 23552 Lübeck

    Built at the end of the 13C, the Hospice of the Holy Spirit stands its three gables flanked by narrow towers on the Koberg . The chapel, a large Gothic hall decorated with paintings from the 13 and 14C, precedes the large hall of the hospice room.

  • 6 Burgtor Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Grosse Burgstr. D - 23552 Lübeck

    This gate used to defend the strip of land that was the only route to Lübeck on land. It remains a fine work of military art (13 -15C) with its decorative ordering of bays with crowns.

  • 7 St Anne's Museum, Lübeck Interesting

    Museums and art

    St-Annen-Str. 15 D - 23552 Lübeck

    Housed in a former convent and devoted to the antiquities of Lübeck, the museum has a large department of religious statuary. You can also see works from the wood sculpture studios of the town and a retable of the Passion painted by Hans Memling (149..

  • 8 Lübeck Town Hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Breite Str. 64 D - 23552 Lübeck

    This building stands its elegant, dark and varnished brick construction on a gallery of arcades (1250) in the old town tradition. In front of the north wing a Renaissance frontage of sandstone was added. At the end of the east wing, the Neues Gemach ..

  • 9 St Jacob's Church, Lübeck Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Breite Str. D - 23552 Lübeck

    This Gothic church has two organs from the 16 and 17C. The Brömbse altar (15C) is decorated with particularly fine bas-reliefs. On the north side, the first lateral chapel is devoted to the victims of shipwrecks. You will see a lifeboat from the Pami..

  • 10 St Catherine's Church, Lübeck Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Königstr. D - 23552 Lübeck

    The 14C façade of St Catherine's Church is remarkable for its statues that decorate the lower niches. Take the time to look at the first three sculptures on the left - they are all by the sculptor Ernst Barlach. Inside, note Tintoretto's Resurrection..

  • 11 Günter Grass Haus

    Museums and art

    Glockengießerstr. 21 D - 23552 Lübeck

    Famous for The Tin Drum (1961) and Crabwalk (2002) and winner of the 1999 Nobel Prize for Literature, the writer Günter Grass has brought together, in his former studio, most of his manuscripts, but also pieces as a sculptor and graphic artist.

  • 12 Willy Brandt Haus

    Museums and art

    Königstr. 21 D - 23552 Lübeck

    This establishment is dedicated to Willy Brandt, who hailed from Lübeck and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1971 for his policy of rapprochement with East Germany. Photos, recordings and videos retracing 20C European history through the prism of..

  • 13 Musem Behnhaus Drägerhaus

    Museums and art

    Königstr. 9-11 D - 23552 Lübeck

    This converted wine merchant's house (18C) is now home to a collection of furniture and paintings from the 18C and 19C that are representative of the Romantic movement. There are also pieces by Friedrich Overbeck (1789-1869), head of the Nazarenes. W..

  • 14 St Peter's Church, Lübeck

    Religious buildings

    Schmiedestr. D - 23552 Lübeck

    The triple nave of this old Romanesque church was remodelled in the Gothic style in the early 14C. Two other naves were added in the 15 and 16C. A lift carried you to the tower platform where you can get an interesting view over the town, the port an..

  • 15 Buddenbrooks House

    Museums and art

    Mengstr. 4 D - 23552 Lübeck

    Contrary to legend, Heinrich and Thomas Mann were not born in this house. It was their grandfather who, in 1841, acquired this 1758 house with its fine façade. His grandchildren often visited him here, and Thomas Mann made it the setting for his nove..

  • 16 Höfe und Gänge district of Lübeck

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Glockengiesserstraße D - 23552 Lübeck

    This sort of housing estate in the Glockengiesserstrasse were built by generous notables in the 17C. You will see at n° 25 the wonderful Füchtinghof, a Baroque portal from 1639, at n° 41 the Glandorps-Gang and at n° 49-51 the Glandorpshof

  • 17 Lübeck Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    Domkirchhof D - 23552 Lübeck

    The choir of this Romanesque building was transformed into the Gothic style in the 14C. Inside, admire the gigantic crucifix sculpted between 1470 and 1477 in the flamboyant Gothic style by Bernt Notke. A stone rood screen marks the separation with t..

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