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The St. Lambertus Church is located in Aldstadt (Old City), it's one of the holdest building of Dusseldorf. Unfortunately, during my visit the church was closed, so I took some pictures from the outside, very interesting
At first this church seems only gloomy - but if you take a moment you will find many interesting details - including a fine altar and a sculpture of Jesus with doubtful Roman soldiers and the usual suspects. Really worth a minute or two of...More
St Lambertus Church is a Roman Catholic Church, and - maybe - the oldest building and a landmark of Altstadt.
It's documented from 1159, but the church is much older.
The building has a twisted tower with seven bronze bells.
Inside we admired : the...More
St Lambertus Church is Dusseldorfs oldest church and probably one of the oldest buildings in this vibrant city.
Walking along the River Rhine Prominade heading towards Burgplatz and the magnificent Old Town you will see this beautiful church,the tall clock faced spire looks awesome and...More
This is an active Roman Catholic church which dates back to 13th century in some form of a church in this location, original corner stone is said to be from 1159. You can imagine how many generation this place has seen come and go.