The Hanover Market Church, located in the center of Hanover’s Old Town, is one of the three oldest churches in Hanover and the largest cathedral in Lower Saxony. In 1943 during World War II, the roof of the church was severely destroyed in an air raid by the Allied forces. The sixth and seventh photos can still show the traces of World War II. After World War II, in 1952, the governors of West Germany restored the church to its original appearance according to the original drawings. To this day, this church, which has been repaired and expanded several times, still maintains the architectural style of North Germany in the 14th century. The church tower is 97 meters high and is also a symbol of Hanover. This church is still a Protestant church. From the decoration of the church, it is also confirmed that it is a Protestant church. The last photo is a statue outside the church, Martin Luther, an advocate of the Reformation. In fact, this Martin Luther statue is also telling people that the church belongs to Protestant Christianity.
The Market Church is located in the center of Hanover’s Old Town. It is one of the oldest churches in Hanover and one of the largest churches in Lower Saxony. Most of this building still maintains the architectural style of North Germany in the 14th century. It is a symbol of Hanover. There are many cafes next to it that are great for sitting.