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The history of the church building and the composition of the interior fittings of Haage village church reflect the development of the region: The former church dating from the 16th century was destroyed in a fire in 1806. In 1817, an emergency church was built and its tower nearly collapsed when the bells were being hung. Then, in 1861/62, the free-standing Gothic Revival tower that stands there today was built to the west of the church nave.
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After the dilapidated emergency church was torn down, the building of the new church nave began in 1939/40. However, the building of the church had to be postponed until 1950 because of the war. The impressive pulpit altar made of dark, stained oak dating from 1712/13 came from Döberitz village church. This village had to make way for the military training area. The chancel entrance is framed by two larger-than-life angels. The organ was made by VEB Orgelbau Frankfurt (Oder) and dates from 1974. Visitors can also find a place to reflect in the small mourning hall even when the church is closed.

The key is available for viewings from Karl-Heinz Lauenstein, telephone +49 33238 20999
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The history of the church building and the composition of the interior fittings of Haage village church reflect the development of the region: The former church dating from the 16th century was destroyed in a fire in 1806. In 1817, an emergency church was built and its tower nearly collapsed when the bells were being hung. Then, in 1861/62, the free-standing Gothic Revival tower that stands there today was built to the west of the church nave.
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After the dilapidated emergency church was torn down, the building of the new church nave began in 1939/40. However, the building of the church had to be postponed until 1950 because of the war. The impressive pulpit altar made of dark, stained oak dating from 1712/13 came from Döberitz village church. This village had to make way for the military training area. The chancel entrance is framed by two larger-than-life angels. The organ was made by VEB Orgelbau Frankfurt (Oder) and dates from 1974. Visitors can also find a place to reflect in the small mourning hall even when the church is closed.

The key is available for viewings from Karl-Heinz Lauenstein, telephone +49 33238 20999
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Mühlenberge OT Haage

14662 Dorfstraße

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Tourismusverband Havelland e.V.

Theodor-Fontane-Straße 10
14641 Nauen OT Ribbeck

Tel.: +49 (0) 33237-859030
Fax: +49 (0) 33237-859040

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