Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Sunday, August 03, 2008

St. Johannis II

St. Johannis contains some beautiful stained glass work. Most of it appears to date from the nineteenth century although some of it comes from between the First and Second world wars. Because Luneburg was not bombed during WWII, the stained glass survived. The church was erected between 1300 and 1370, although it has undergone some changes, particularly some exterior reconstruction in the 18th century.


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