The whole building of St. Michelle's Church is in Baroque style. The most prominent one is the copper-green bell tower. The top of the tower goes straight into the clouds. It can climb stairs or take an elevator to reach the watchtower at the top of the bell tower. It is highly recommended to climb the tower 360 degrees to overlook the whole city center of Hamburg, the Elbe River or Lake Alster.
St. Michaelis is the main church in Hamburg. It is a landmark building. It is located on the top of a high hillside in Hamburg. It can be reached within minutes by walking across the street from the central railway station of Hamburg to "Stadthausbr & # 252; cke" by two stops on Line S1. The interior of the church is simple, elegant and small. The elevator leads directly to the church bell tower, which gives you a panoramic view of Hamburg. Almost all the urban scenic spots are within sight. It is estimated that it will take only tens of minutes to walk there. In fact, it can also walk on Hamburg. The bell tower is windy and surrounded by a grille. It is not a good place to take photos. Through the interval of the grille, you can take photos of the city of Hamburg. The church bell tower is well worth visiting.
Hauptkirche St. Michaelis (Michelle Church) is the most famous church in Hamburg, the city's main landmark and one of the city's five major Protestant churches. Named after Archangel Michaelis. The interior of the church can accommodate 3,000 people. It is beautifully decorated with a slightly petal cross-shaped plane and bright white hues. The altar and calyx-shaped pulpit are all marble buildings of Italian style. Supported by four large columns and surrounded by vans.
As a girl, I don't think the church is very attractive. Although it's brilliant, it's not very interesting for me. If you ask me what the style of historical architecture is, I really forget. But the reason I recommend this church is that you can see all the scenery of Hamburg when you get to the top. It's really good for a foreigner.
There are many churches in Hamburg, and St. Michelle Church is the most representative one. The 132-meter-high St. Michel Church, nicknamed Michaelis by Hamburg people, is the most beautiful Baroque Church in North Germany. Its magnificent bell tower and its unique geographical location make it a symbol of Hamburg.
The name of this church is the same as St. Michelle's. It's actually the same church. It's translated differently.
Bell Tower is the symbol of this church. The whole city of Hamburg can be seen from the bell tower. Every day, people queue up to wait for a slow elevator which keeps the ancient wind to transport everyone to the platform of the bell tower to enjoy the scenery. The interior of this magnificent Baroque church is very bright, without any sense of gloom. The high dome played a perfect amplification effect, which even attracted some choirs to the church to record records. It is also the baptized place of the composer Brahms, whose basin is still kept in the church. At noon in summer, the church will play the organ. The magnificent and melodious organ sounds more holy and bright under the influence of the dome of the church, which is worth stopping for.