Underneath the Havelberg Cathedral

Posted by daniela scharnowski (Berlin, Germany) on 20 March 2017 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Last summer we went to Havelberg, a small old town just at the other end of the Havel river. Few kilometers from it joins the Elbe river. Weather was great, the scenery was just beautiful.
The Cathedral (finished in 1170 - you´ll see later on) is outside the town on a hill, overlooking the town and the havel river.
After the Wendish Crusade (1147) this was one of the first monuments of socalled christianity in northern germany.

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