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St. Petri Kirche (St. Peter's Church)

St. Petri Kirche (St. Peter's Church) Review

This church was created in 1195 and has been in continuous use since then. St. Petri is the only one of the five main churches in Hamburg that came out of World War II relatively undamaged. The current building was built in 1849, after the previous building burned down in the Great Fire of 1842. Every Wednesday at 5:15 pm brings the Stunde der Kirchenmusik, an hour of liturgical organ music.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Bei der Petrikirche 2, Altstadt, Hamburg, 20095
  • Phone: 040/325–7400
  • Hours: Weekdays 10–6:30, Wed. 10-7, Sat. 10–5, Sun. 9–8. Tower Mon.–Sat., 11–5, Sun. 11.30-4. Tours Thurs. at 3 and the 1st Sun. of month at 11:30
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  • U-bahn: Rathaus (U-bahn), Jungfernstieg (U-bahn/S-bahn).
  • Location: Altstadt
Updated: 11-15-2013

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