Luck is really good to take the elevator to the top floor of the church destroyed by the Allied Air Force during World War II, just when the rain stopped and the sun came out, and met the rainbow! _________ It's so delightful! The church was not restored to warn future generations not to forget the history and reflect on the war.
Bearing in mind history is indeed the tradition of the Germanic nation. This excellent national character makes our neighbour in a strip of water look bad. The Gothic Church in front of us is a remnant of World War II. St. Nikolai Kirche still retains the tragedy of World War II bombing. The interior has been secured, but it is no longer used as a church, but only as a museum for visitors. Buildings that look dangerous on the outside are supported by steel frames, and elevators are installed directly to the bell tower for tourists to visit. From the sightseeing platform, you can overlook the old city of Hamburg and Lake Alster. This sculpture is called "Earth Angel" and has a Chinese character inscription on its base - "Hold my hand, I will guide you to recognize yourself again - to return to reality.
Prague's most famous Baroque architecture, one of Europe's most beautiful Baroque architecture: St. Nicholas Church. This church used to be the place where Mozart practiced. Mu Ming went to watch the wet murals, but he was stunned by the crystal chandelier behind the door. Then he didn't have the mind to see the murals shooting against the crystal lamp in disorder. It was just magnificent.
St. Nicholas Church was built in 1845 and completed in 1874. The designer is an Englishman named Scott. The church is a new Gothic building. It is the tallest Church in the world today. During the Second World War, because of its height, the figure was dimly visible in the night sky, so it became a symbol of the Allied Air Force pilots bombing Hamburg, resulting in the heavy bombing of Hamburg, tens of thousands of people were killed. Today the church is a memorial building for the victims and victims of war.
St. Nicholas Church - one of the five Protestant churches in Hamburg, one of the Hamburg skylines, once the tallest building in the world, is still the second tallest building in Hamburg today. After World War II air strikes, the remains of the main body of the ruins are still shocking! We take the elevator to the top floor, overlooking the city and Lake Ulster, the centuries-old church, experienced the baptism of war, standing there quietly, looking up, as if to see the era of war smoke, sincerely hope that everyone can fear life! Cherish peace!
St. Nicholas Cathedral, Hamburg, was almost flattened by the Allied Air Force during World War II. Only the bell tower of the church remained. One way of saying was that the Allied pilots used the bell and Drum Tower as a ground sign and left it until it was finally destroyed, which might have been forgotten later. After the war, most of the churches destroyed by the bombing were restored, but the remains of the church remain to this day.