"In the district of Styria in Bochum, with a partly rural-rural environment, the village church is idyllically situated amidst a historic, tree-lined churchyard. 1000 years ago, Imma, wife of Count Liutger of the Billunger family and sister of the bishop of Paderborn, settled on the In the 12th century, a Romanesque basilica was built in the place of the hall church, which was converted into the present-day hall church in the 15th century.The cultural monument on the Ruhr gains its special significance beyond the borders of Germany through the many-colored colorings Since the Reformation Stiepeler Dorfkirche has been a Protestant church, which in the present time also presents itself as a cultural center (see Kulturhappen / Kultursommer / Kirchenmusik) for Bochum and the region. " Source & more information: dorfkirche-bochum-stiepel.de
February 14, 2018
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