Koberg 11, 23552 Lübeck, Germany
The Heiligen-Geist-Hospital am Koberg in Lübeck, completed in 1286, is one of the oldest existing social institutions in the world and one of the most important buildings in the city. It is in the tradition of the Holy Spirit hospitals based on the model of Santo Spirito in Sassia in Rome. The hospitals were looked after by the brothers from the Order of the Holy Spirit.
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This is a beautiful art museum which was l0cated in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck, Germany. It was a neoclassical building with interior design by the Danish architect Joseph Christian Lillie and it exhibits a neoclassical building with interior design by the Danish architect Joseph Christian Lillie. The museum is also known for its collection of works by Edvard Munch.
Burgtor is a magnificent introduction to the architectural heritage of Luebeck. It is a great place to start a walking tour of the well-preserved Gothic landmarks in the UNESCO-protected Luebeck Old Town. Admire the intimidating presence of Burgtor, discover its artistic features and browse exhibits that explain its historical importance.
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Schleswig Cathedral officially the Cathedral of St. Peter at Schleswig, is the main church of the city of Schleswig and was the cathedral of the Bishop of Schleswig until the diocese was dissolved in 1624. It is now a church of the North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church, the seat of the Lutheran Bishop of Schleswig and Holstein, and ranks among the most important architectural monuments of Schleswig-Holstein.
The Museum Holstentor is a metropolis gate marking off the western boundary of the old center of the Hanseatic town of Lübeck. It was built in 1464, the Brick Gothic construction is one of the relics of Lubeck's medieval city fortifications and considered one of final city gates, the opposite being the Citadel Gate. Known for its -spherical towers and arched front, it's far regarded today as a image of the city.
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