St. James' Church
The Gothic St. Jakobikirche (Saint James' Church) was constructed as the last of the major parish churches at the beginning of the 14th century on the former divide between Stralsund’s Old and New City sections. This church distinguishes itself significantly from the other church buildings in the city through its various glazed shaped stonework and the ornamental decorations on the screens and friezes. It is currently being used as a cultural and events church for readings, concerts, theatre performances and exhibitions.
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