Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg (church)

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Following a devastating town fire, the church of Neuhardenberg was completed based on designs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in 1809. The town was still called ‘Quilitz’ at the time. In 1814, King Frederick William III gifted Quilitz to his state chancellor Carl August von Hardenberg. The town was renamed in this context.
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  • Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Florian Bröcker
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schloss und Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg bei einem Konzert, Foto: Geertje Wieck
  • Kanzel in der Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg, Foto: Geertje Wieck
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: Florian Läufer
The church hall was redesigned by Schinkel between 1815 and 1817. Among its most outstanding features is the church’s ceiling that resembles a starry sky. This design is based on the stage set Schinkel created for the arrival of the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute for an 1816 production in Berlin. In 1822, the artist Josef Bertini from Potsdam created paintings of the four evangelists that can be seen in the chancel. After Hardenberg’s death in 1822, his heart was placed inside the altar of the church, as this was his last request. It remains there to this day. The original appearance of the church has been restored through comprehensive refurbishment measures.

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Travel groups, people who have adopted a star, and anyone interested in a KPM bowl with the star design are welcome to make an appointment for a tour or a viewing.
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Following a devastating town fire, the church of Neuhardenberg was completed based on designs by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in 1809. The town was still called ‘Quilitz’ at the time. In 1814, King Frederick William III gifted Quilitz to his state chancellor Carl August von Hardenberg. The town was renamed in this context.
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  • Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv/Florian Bröcker
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: Florian Läufer
  • Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv Andreas Franke
  • Schloss und Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: fotokraftwerk
  • Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg bei einem Konzert, Foto: Geertje Wieck
  • Kanzel in der Schinkel-Kirche in Neuhardenberg, Foto: Geertje Wieck
  • Schinkel-Kirche Neuhardenberg, Foto: Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg
The church hall was redesigned by Schinkel between 1815 and 1817. Among its most outstanding features is the church’s ceiling that resembles a starry sky. This design is based on the stage set Schinkel created for the arrival of the Queen of the Night in The Magic Flute for an 1816 production in Berlin. In 1822, the artist Josef Bertini from Potsdam created paintings of the four evangelists that can be seen in the chancel. After Hardenberg’s death in 1822, his heart was placed inside the altar of the church, as this was his last request. It remains there to this day. The original appearance of the church has been restored through comprehensive refurbishment measures.

Tours

Travel groups, people who have adopted a star, and anyone interested in a KPM bowl with the star design are welcome to make an appointment for a tour or a viewing.
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Schinkelplatz

15320 Neuhardenberg

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