Wunderblutkirche

Wilsnack was an important place of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages, the landmark of which is the late Gothic Church of the Miracle Blood as a monument of national importance.
Wilsnack was an important place of pilgrimage in the Middle Ages. The symbol of the city is the late Gothic miraculous blood church of St. Nikolai, which towers above the place and is recognized as a monument of national importance. It houses sights such as B. the miracle blood shrine and the most important collection of medieval stained glass in Brandenburg. Concerts are also held there regularly, there is an exhibition on the subject of pilgrimages and a one-world shop with souvenirs and fair trade products. An audio guide (German / English / children's version) is available for a rental fee, and church tours are available on request.

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