New Market Church

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Largely still in its original form, the Romanesque Neumarkt Church was first mentioned in a document under the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa as early as 1188. It ceased to serve as a place of worship in 1973, and between 1992 and 1995 it was extensively renovated, with the floor being lowered to its original level. Newly restored to its former glory, the Romanesque hall provides outstanding acoustics for concerts. Unique within Central Germany is the knotted column on the late Romanesque main portal.

Neumarktkirche St. Thomae                                           
06217 Merseburg                                                    

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April – October Tues – Sun 
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