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The church is of a beautiful design and it is possible to stand well back in the square to get a good look at it. I am a bit concerned with all the militaristic statues facing it from the Ministry of Justice.
When you visit this church you really understand the strenght of the Protestant revolution against the Catholic abundance. It’s extremely modest - which is sympathetic, of course, but also a little dull.
You can have a cheap cup of coffee in the cafe.
In beginning of 19th century Düsseldorf lutherians and reformists joined together to build this church. The building work started 1874 and was completed 1881 and taken into service. Pipe organ has 66 pipes. Church was badly damaged in the WWII and after discussion repaired and...More
We passed this church as we were wandering around this part of town and what a stunning looking church this is.
Johanneskirche ( St John's Church ) is the largest Protestant church in this city ,it's iconic 88 metre high spire looks fantastic .
I visited this place early morning when the sun rising.. I took really good photos around here .. I did not visit inside but nex time i will do this .. the place was very calm at morning silents with birds voice.. if you want...More