The main church of Lübeck has a long history, not far from my hotel. However, when we passed by, there were people who did not encourage the visit during the church. There were not many tourists, but there were many restaurants around.
Lübeck Cathedral was built in 1173 by Henry the Lion. During the Second World War (1942), part of the Lübeck Cathedral was blown up and later rebuilt, but the pipe organ was lost in the fire. The current church was completed in 1982. The works of Bernt Notke and Thomas Quellinus survived the bombing of 1942. The famous altarpiece of Hans Memling is now in the St. Anne Museum in Lübeck.