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More than 100 churches in and around Hamburg open their doors to the public

Christian Fernsby |
The annual Night of the Churches is designed to give an overview of the many different spiritual orientations within the Christian faith in Hamburg.

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From the predominant Lutheran church, to the Catholic, Orthodox, Reformist and Free Church theological worldviews, the ecumenical Night of the Churches offers an inside look into many different Hamburg-based spiritual communities and their temples.

And not only the interpretations of the Bible’s verses differ in a worldly city like Hamburg, many congregations and parishes hold their services in languages other than German.

Between St. Peter's, St. Catherine's and St. James's, not to mention bigger landmarks like St. Michael's Church and the St. Nikolai Memorial, there's no doubt that the sacred buildings of Hamburg are among the city's most revered tourist attractions.

When: 18 September 2021
Good to know: Entrance is free


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