Category:Lübeck Cathedral

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<nowiki>Catedral de Lübeck; cathédrale de Lübeck; Dómkirkjan í Lübeck; Lübeckeko katedrala; Lübecki dóm; Catedral de Lübeck; Любекский собор; Lübecker Dom; Lübecker Dom; Catedral de Lübeck; Любекскі сабор; καθεδρικός ναός του Λύμπεκ; 吕贝克主教座堂; Lübeck Domkirke; Stolnica v Lübecku; Lübeck Cathedral; Catedral de Lübeck; Lübecki toomkirik; Lübecks domkyrka; Katedra w Lubece; Lübeck Domkirke; Dom van Lübeck; cattedrale di Lubecca; Domtsjerke fan Lübeck; קתדרלת ליבק; Lyypekin tuomiokirkko; Lübeck Cathedral; katedralo de Lubeko; Katedrála svatého Mikuláše v Lübecku; Lübeck Cathedral; catedral de Lübeck, Alemania; édifice religieux allemand; 1173-1247 romanisch erbaute, 1266-1341 gotisch erweiterte alte Bischofskirche in Lübeck; 1247-ben felavatott román stílusú templom; church in Lübeck; كنيسة في ألمانيا; katedrála v Německu; kerkgebouw in Duitsland; Собор Святого Николая; Dom zu Lübeck; Сабор Святога Мікалая; Lübecker Dom; Lübecká katedrála; Dom van Lubeck</nowiki>
Lübeck Cathedral 
church in Lübeck
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Instance of
Named after
Patron saint
Made from material
Location
Located on street
Architectural style
  • Brick Romanesque Style
Diocese
Heritage designation
Inception
  • 1173
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date
  • 29 March 1942
Significant event
Length
  • 131 m
Height
  • 115 m
official website
53° 51′ 38.88″ N, 10° 41′ 08.88″ E
Authority control
Wikidata Q3916007
VIAF ID: 247250723
GND ID: 4215003-6
Library of Congress authority ID: nr88011282
BabelNet ID: 03052609n
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Dansk: Lübeck Domkirke er Lübecks ældste kirke.
Deutsch: Der Dom St. Johannis d.T., Blasii, Marien und Nicolai zu Lübeck.
This is the category for an architectural monument.
It is on the list of cultural monuments of Lübeck
English: The proto-Cathedral of Saints John-the-Baptist, Blaise, Mary and Nicholas in Lübeck, Germany (so called Dom) is a Lutheran parish church and one of the three preaching venues of the three chairpersons (bishops) of the Lutheran regional church (Landeskirche) in Nordelbien.

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