Linum Village Church

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Visible from afar and slightly elevated, the neo-Gothic village church in Linum towers above the surrounding houses. The church was completed in 1868 according to a design by A. v. Glasenapp. The stepped gables on the nave and tower are particularly splendid. The crown on the top of the tower was a gift to the village of Linum in 1711 from Frederick I, who often stayed here to hunt black grouse. The tower and east gable were taken from a late Gothic predecessor building. Religious poet Luise Hensel was born at the nearby parsonage in 1798: her poem “Müde bin ich, geh’ zur Ruh’, ...” is still well-known to day. She is also considered to be a pioneer in the field of modern social work.
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  • Staffelgiebel der Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Mauerwerk der Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Grabstein vor der Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
The interior of the three-nave church is rather inelaborate: the only striking area of colour is the bright blue ceiling over the apse, which is covered with stars. Three-sided galleries and large arches frame the church interior. The church is located on the Way of St. James and regularly attracts pilgrims.
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Visible from afar and slightly elevated, the neo-Gothic village church in Linum towers above the surrounding houses. The church was completed in 1868 according to a design by A. v. Glasenapp. The stepped gables on the nave and tower are particularly splendid. The crown on the top of the tower was a gift to the village of Linum in 1711 from Frederick I, who often stayed here to hunt black grouse. The tower and east gable were taken from a late Gothic predecessor building. Religious poet Luise Hensel was born at the nearby parsonage in 1798: her poem “Müde bin ich, geh’ zur Ruh’, ...” is still well-known to day. She is also considered to be a pioneer in the field of modern social work.
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  • Staffelgiebel der Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Mauerwerk der Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
  • Grabstein vor der Dorfkirche in Linum, Foto: ScottyScout
The interior of the three-nave church is rather inelaborate: the only striking area of colour is the bright blue ceiling over the apse, which is covered with stars. Three-sided galleries and large arches frame the church interior. The church is located on the Way of St. James and regularly attracts pilgrims.
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Nauener Straße 49

16833 Linum

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