Mountain Biking Highlight
The St. Remigius Church in Suderburg in the Lüneburg Heath is a small half-timbered church from the 18th century on the outskirts of Suderburg. Noteworthy is the Romanesque round tower church by its belfry, which was built around 1000 AD from fieldstone. After the demolition of the old church house was begun on April 13, 1752 with the built as a cross-shaped hall of timber framework today's nave. The church was consecrated on October 1, 1753, which is also the name day of St. Remigius.
November 9, 2016
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