Bike Touring Highlight
The single-nave, late Gothic brick building, the Jacobskapelle was built around 1320. The church belonged to St. Jacob's Hospital in front of the city. The building was known under the name "crazy chapel". By widening the passing Jacob Street 1892, the chapel was set back 11 m to the west.
May 4, 2019
Who would have thought that? Since 1892 they have a whole small church in a piece offset by 11m (de.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Jakob_(Brandenburg_an_der_Havel).
I thought that's only possible in this century and knew so far from the portico of the Bavarian station in Leipzig and the Emmaus church in Borna.
August 11, 2019
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