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Christmas concert

Christmas concert

Worship service on Sunday

Worship service on Sunday

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04 Dec 2022;
10:00 -
Godly Play
04 Dec 2022;
10:00 -
Worship service
11 Dec 2022;
10:00 -
Worship service
17 Dec 2022;
17:00 -
Christmas concert
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Between the pulpit and the choir room, the neo -Gothic "princely stalls" carved out of oak stands. At the request of Kaiser Wilhelm II (Reg. 1888-1918) it was donated by the German nationals (as far as they were evangelical) and the three "free cities" (the city-states of Lübeck, Hamburg and Bremen).

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Martin Luther's tomb: When Luther died in Eisleben in 1546, Elector Johann Friedrich von Saxony (Reg. 1532-1547) ordered that the body was transferred to Wittenberg and buried there in the castle church. The grave is close to the pulpit about 2 m deep in the ground. Since 1892, the area has been marked by a dumb -like sandstone block, on which a small bronze plate is attached, which the university probably only left Gießen for its most famous professor after 1560.