Dom Gustrow, Guestrow

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Religious Site · Architectural Building
The "Dom" is a Brick Gothic Lutheran church, the largest church in the German city of Güstrow. Historically it has been built as a collegiate church. It has never been a cathedral. Initially completed in 1335, the church is the oldest extant building in Güstrow. It houses the sculpture Der Schwebende ("The Floating One"), a war memorial created by Ernst Barlach.
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  • This was a fascinating church. Very well kept and quite unusual with the presentation of a Royal lineage. Also a impressive memorial to the fallen in the two World wars.  more »
  • We were very moved by the scuplture of the Angel (otherwise The Hoverer) especially given its history and that of the artist Kathe Kollwitz whose image it is supposed to use. Do some background...  more »
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  • If you love history you will love this
  • In the center of Güstrow city, nice place to visit
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