Evangelische Dorfkirche Church in Kiekebusch

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Located right on Kiekebusch’s main street, the medieval village church dating from the 14th century is enclosed by the two arms of Am Amtsgraben, the street that branches off there. In addition to the building itself, the unusual triangular site also includes the cemetery. Christoph von Beeren acquired the estate in 1650 and took over as patron of the church. The patronage box, built in 1693 and 1694 and the epitaph in the lobby bear witness to this today. The plastered half-timbered tower dates from 1718.
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The interior of the field stone church holds an altar decorated with fluted pilasters from the second half of the 17th century, with a Late Gothic crucifix from the 15th century in the middle. The body of the pulpit is polygonal and was built at the end of the 17th century. The Late Gothic baptismal font has an octagonal bowl decorated with chip-carved ornamentation. Immediately next to it, on the floor of the church, lies a brick plate with the imprint of a dog’s paw (known as a “Hundetrappe").
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Located right on Kiekebusch’s main street, the medieval village church dating from the 14th century is enclosed by the two arms of Am Amtsgraben, the street that branches off there. In addition to the building itself, the unusual triangular site also includes the cemetery. Christoph von Beeren acquired the estate in 1650 and took over as patron of the church. The patronage box, built in 1693 and 1694 and the epitaph in the lobby bear witness to this today. The plastered half-timbered tower dates from 1718.
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The interior of the field stone church holds an altar decorated with fluted pilasters from the second half of the 17th century, with a Late Gothic crucifix from the 15th century in the middle. The body of the pulpit is polygonal and was built at the end of the 17th century. The Late Gothic baptismal font has an octagonal bowl decorated with chip-carved ornamentation. Immediately next to it, on the floor of the church, lies a brick plate with the imprint of a dog’s paw (known as a “Hundetrappe").
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Am Amtsgraben 1

12529 Kiekebusch

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