Joachimsthal Schinkel Church

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The church was built in 1607 in conjunction with the Joachimsthalsche Gymnasium grammar school as a Baroque half-timbered construction with a vaulted, ornately decorated ceiling. In 1730, the church was in danger of collapsing and was torn down in 1735. The new building erected between 1735 and 1738 was first built as a traditional stucco construction (hall-shaped construction). The church tower could not be built until 1740 to 1741 in the centre of the south side. This gave the church its cruciform floor plan, after which it is names and categorised as is typical. In 1740, a church tower was built in the centre of the south side after which it was classified as a typical cruciform church.
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  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Gerard Caujolle
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Amt Joachimsthal (Schorfheide)
  • Blick in die Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Gerard Caujolle
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Amt Joachimsthal (Schorfheide)
  • Schinkelkirche nach der Fassadensanierung, Foto: Michael Mattke
The big town fire of 1814 also destroyed the church. From 1817 to 1820, it was rebuilt according to plans by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The church tower was left out in favour of the bell gable between two corner towers. A traditional organ front stood on the horseshoe-shaped gallery, which was built in 1820 by organ builder Tobias Thyrley from Treuenbrietzen. Several conversions, including in the interior, took place between 1969 and 1990.  Restoration work is currently being carried out.

The church is open to visitors as part of the Open Churches initiative.
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The church was built in 1607 in conjunction with the Joachimsthalsche Gymnasium grammar school as a Baroque half-timbered construction with a vaulted, ornately decorated ceiling. In 1730, the church was in danger of collapsing and was torn down in 1735. The new building erected between 1735 and 1738 was first built as a traditional stucco construction (hall-shaped construction). The church tower could not be built until 1740 to 1741 in the centre of the south side. This gave the church its cruciform floor plan, after which it is names and categorised as is typical. In 1740, a church tower was built in the centre of the south side after which it was classified as a typical cruciform church.
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  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Gerard Caujolle
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Amt Joachimsthal (Schorfheide)
  • Blick in die Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Gerard Caujolle
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Schinkelkirche, Joachimsthal, Foto: Amt Joachimsthal (Schorfheide)
The big town fire of 1814 also destroyed the church. From 1817 to 1820, it was rebuilt according to plans by Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The church tower was left out in favour of the bell gable between two corner towers. A traditional organ front stood on the horseshoe-shaped gallery, which was built in 1820 by organ builder Tobias Thyrley from Treuenbrietzen. Several conversions, including in the interior, took place between 1969 and 1990.  Restoration work is currently being carried out.

The church is open to visitors as part of the Open Churches initiative.
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Kirchstraße 1

16247 Joachimsthal

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