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Germany St. Urban Church April 2019

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Built in the early 20th century this church closed its doors in 2008.

 

Although there was an open window and a ladder I decided to take the way through the tubular shaft beneath the church to enter the location.  It has been something I've been looking forward to since planning the trip. Unhappily I did'nt expect 3 days of bad muscle soorness. 😒 😂  I have to admit that i left by the window. 

 

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That really is a stunning building and I like the mixture of different picture style/composition. I find the window glass design really interesting - not sure if its common in that area but it seems really unusual to me. 

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vor 2 Stunden schrieb jones-y-gog:

That really is a stunning building and I like the mixture of different picture style/composition. I find the window glass design really interesting - not sure if its common in that area but it seems really unusual to me. 

 

I am not sure about the style of the window glass. But I know this kind from mainly modern churches (at least in this area of Germany). I suppose them to be renewed after the second world war which would mean it's the style of the 50th or 60th.

I tried to find out more about the church but information is rare.

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btw: visited in 04/2019

 

Just to make sure: the thread title is of course not the  clear name of the church. I think it's named St. Urban because it's situated right in the center of the town's living area  - quite urban.

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vor 10 Stunden schrieb Dubbed Navigator:

sounds interesting.... a crypt?

 

no, just an old utility vault (? I'm not sure if it is the correct word?) - for heating pipelines I suppose!? 😟

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On 4/29/2019 at 11:31 PM, Ghost-Scooter said:

 

no, just an old utility vault (? I'm not sure if it is the correct word?) - for heating pipelines I suppose!? 😟

 Utility tunnels / service tunnels 

 

Looks like a big old place. Glad there is no graffiti inside 

 

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Looks great. And great phots from you again! :) 

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