St. Marien, Gransee

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The three-nave Late Gothic brick building was built in 1220. Its precious interior furnishings include the carved altar dating from about 1470 and the altar painting dating from 1520. The organ dating from 1745 was the last work by the famous master organ builder Joachim Wagner, a student of Gottfried Silbermann. Every year from April to October, the Granseer Sommermusiken festival takes place.
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The Parish Church of St. Marien with its two towers is a striking landmark in the town. It was built between the mid-13th century and 1520. The three-nave seven-bay hall church built of brick has survived several fires and the Thirty Years’ War. “What also already distinguishes the church from the outside like no other in the county is the rich use of the four-leaf clover”, Fontane reported.

Its special features include the two church towers. One of the towers is made of wood, the other of stone. The “four bells with their harmonic sound”, as Fontane said, are in the stone tower which is open to visitors, allowing them to see the town from an entirely new perspective. The tower is to be renovated in 2017 and will unfortunately not be accessible during the building works.
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The three-nave Late Gothic brick building was built in 1220. Its precious interior furnishings include the carved altar dating from about 1470 and the altar painting dating from 1520. The organ dating from 1745 was the last work by the famous master organ builder Joachim Wagner, a student of Gottfried Silbermann. Every year from April to October, the Granseer Sommermusiken festival takes place.
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The Parish Church of St. Marien with its two towers is a striking landmark in the town. It was built between the mid-13th century and 1520. The three-nave seven-bay hall church built of brick has survived several fires and the Thirty Years’ War. “What also already distinguishes the church from the outside like no other in the county is the rich use of the four-leaf clover”, Fontane reported.

Its special features include the two church towers. One of the towers is made of wood, the other of stone. The “four bells with their harmonic sound”, as Fontane said, are in the stone tower which is open to visitors, allowing them to see the town from an entirely new perspective. The tower is to be renovated in 2017 and will unfortunately not be accessible during the building works.
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Kirchplatz

16775 Gransee

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16816 Neuruppin

Tel.: +49 (0) 3391-659630
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Weather Today, 19. 8.

19 24
Light rain in the morning and afternoon.

  • Saturday
    17 25
  • Sunday
    13 26

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