Churches in the Spreewald
Medieval frescoes, rare carvings and famous architects - the churches in the Spreewald are the sacred witnesses of a varied history. Of particular architectural and historical importance is the Wendish-German double church in Vetschau.
The two churches are connected by the sacristy and share a common steeple. This makes it a symbol of the international understanding between German majorities and Sorbian minorities that has been lived in the Spreewald for centuries. Whether it's a place of worship, a place of interest or a wedding venue. Find the local churches in the Spreewald in our overview.
Of Schinkel Church and Organs
Lübben is the home of the famous German songwriter Paul Gerhardt. The late-Gothic hall church named after him houses a particularly rare late-Romantic organ with 29 stops. Six leaded glass windows feature portraits and ecclesiastical song verses by Paul Gerhardt.
The Schinkel Church in Straupitz has a famous creator. As the name suggests, the church was designed by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel. Particularly characteristic of the classicist architectural style are the two gleaming white church towers and the bright, simple and at the same time graceful church interior.