Category:Wunderblutkirche (Bad Wilsnack)

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Deutsch: Die evangelische Stadtpfarrkirche St. Nikolaus, bis zur Reformation als Wallfahrtskirche Heilig Blut geweiht, daher auch als Wunderblutkirche bekannt. Die Stadtpfarrkirche in Bad Wilsnack, Prignitz, Mark Brandenburg, gehört und dient einer lutherischen Gemeinde der unierten Evangelischen Kirche Berlin-Brandenburg-Schlesische Oberlausitz.
English: The Protestant Town Parish Church of St. Nicholas, before the Reformation a pilgrimage church consecrated to the Holy Blood, therefore also nicknamed Miraculous Blood Church. The Town Parish Church in Bad Wilsnack, Prignitz, Brandenburg, Germany, is owned and used by a Lutheran congregation within the Evangelical Church of Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia, a united Protestant church body of Calvinist, Lutheran and united congregations.


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