Hamburg St. Peter's Church is the origin of the city of Hamburg, and is the oldest church in the city, with a tower height of 132.2 meters. The original wooden church dates back to the 11th century. In the 12th century, the square in front of the church was the city market, so the church was also called the "market church." After the 16 century religious reform, Hamburg's churches were all converted into Protestant (Lutheran) churches.
St. Peter’s Cathedral is the oldest church in Hamburg, Germany. The church takes its name from the Apostle Peter. It is located on Munkberg Street, the highest point in the old city of Hamburg. The bell tower is 132 meters high and has 544 stairs. It is a popular sightseeing spot for tourists.
The old St. Petersburg Cathedral is also a very good architectural style. The history of St. Petersburg Cathedral is also very long. You can come here to see a lot of rich resources and many good things.
St. Peter's Basilica has a very long history. There are many good art forms in the church. You can experience a very good artistic style when you visit here, which is so interesting.
The beautiful city hall with a history of 600 years stands in a corner of the square, facing the 1200-year-old St. Peter's Cathedral (St. petri Dom). Along Bertcher Street, the unusual buildings make people linger. (Please see the attached photo)