Sakrower Heilandskirche

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  • Carola K.

    The Sakrower Heilandskirche has recently been extensively restored. It stands directly on the former border between East and West Berlin and was one of the filming locations for the film "Keinohrhasen".

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    • March 26, 2018

  • Endlos♾🦉

    It was built in 1844 by order of Friedrich Wilhelm IV by the architect Ludwig Persius.

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    • July 17, 2018

  • Ducky

    South of the Potsdamer district Sacrow stands on the Havelufer the Savior on the port of Sacrow, also simply called "Savior Church" or "Sacrower Church". The extraordinary church due to its location and style was built in 1844. Frederick William IV wanted a church in Italian style with a freestanding bell tower (Campanile). After sketches of the king she was built by his architect Ludwig Persius. Since 1961 it was in the area of ​​the Berlin Wall and suffered considerable damage during this time. After the reunification, it was restored in the 1990s. Nestled in the Sacrower Schlosspark, it is part of the Potsdam Havel landscape, which stretches from the Pfaueninsel to Werder and with its castles and gardens as an ensemble since 1990 as a World Heritage Site under the protection of UNESCO.
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    • December 9, 2016

  • manulie

    A very beautiful church with a moving history. It was again very nicely restored and is again available to the public through the commitment of the Friends of Ars Sacrow e.V.Opening hours:
    January, February, November, December: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
    March, April, September, October: Tuesday-Thursday 11-15.30, Friday-Sunday 11-16
    May, June, July, August: Tuesday-Thursday 11-16 clock, Friday-Sunday 11-17 clock
    Note: The Heilandskirche can only be reached on foot through the Sacrower Schlosspark.
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    • July 17, 2018

  • manulie

    The church has a very exposed location on the port of Sacrow on the Havel. The architectural style is very unusual - Italian style with free-standing Campanile (bell tower) and should have been built after drawings by Frederick William IV.
    The church is always closed on Mondays, so we could not go in today.
    The church also hosts worship and concerts.

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    • October 30, 2017

  • Wanderimpressionen

    Great view of Havel and a beautiful Gutspark

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    • March 28, 2018

  • Stefan

    It is always wonderful to visit the Sacrow Savior Church and to be fascinated by her and the water she is passing.

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    • February 19, 2019

  • Ann-kathrin Dehmer

    From the shady benches one can enjoy the view of the church and watch the passing boats

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    • August 22, 2019

  • Irena

    A beautiful sight. In the immediate vicinity there is a boat dock from which lakes can be made.

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    • March 28, 2020

  • David K. aus HL

    Fantastic area with border history.

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    • April 13, 2020

  • Droggelbecher

    Been here again after 25 years. It is simply fantastic what you have done with the church again. 😄👍

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    • May 21, 2020

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