St. Aguidi’s Church is also a very old religious church in Hanover. This old building is a very characteristic place and a very unique scene. The church has a lot of facilities.
This church was built in 1347. In the bombing of the Second World War, only one shell remained, and only the outer wall stood. Not trying to restore the church, but decided to keep it as a war memorial. There is a bell in the church, which is a gift from Hiroshima, the sister city of Hanover. A peace ceremony is held on Hiroshima Day every year, and the bell is ringing every hour. Close to Hanover HBF, if you visit this city, you must visit it.
Ancient architecture church, a very early church in Germany, is also a mass area with the most local people. The surrounding environment here is also very good, and the fun stuff is very rich, very interesting.
St. Agidi’s Church is a unique church. The church has no roof and only a wall. The ruins left by the bombing of Hanover during World War II are intended to remind the world of the cruelty of war. Only one church stands inside. The simple cross makes peace hard to come by and is thought-provoking.
The Church of St. Agidi, a church destroyed by the bombing of World War II, is now used as a place to commemorate war without forgetting peace. There is a large cross in the church. On the opposite side, there is a kneeling woman and a clock given to Hanover from Japan. The simple layout makes people saddened by the crimes of war and the hard-won miss of peace.