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Village church St. Lucia

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The street village has a green village square and behind the houses the pointed church tower stands out.

The Romanesque St. Lucia church is a place of silence and divine power.
The wall paintings from the 13th century are unique in Saxony-Anhalt.
The with the former Slavic village "Tribun" (today the Mönchshof)
merged place is an example of the peaceful coalescence of different
groups and for the centuries-long continuity of village structures.
His
The street village has a green village square and behind the houses the pointed
Church tower.


The Romanesque St. Lucia church is a place of silence and divine power.
The wall paintings from the 13th century are unique in Saxony-Anhalt.
The with the former Slavic village "Tribun" (today the Mönchshof)
merged place is an example of the peaceful coalescence of different
groups and for the centuries-long continuity of village structures.
It owes its present name to 15 Flemish settler families who around 1130
through the initiative of the Bishop of Naumburg, Udo I., were able to settle here.
They built our St. Lucia church and had it decorated with Romanesque murals
...to equip.
The Flemish settlers had lost their land at the North Sea due to floods
lost. Here they promoted the expansion of the Saale valley.
The narrow rectangular courtyards along the village street with adjacent
Arable land is typical for the settlement of the Flemish.
The name "Mönchshof" refers to the former farm (Grangie) of the
Cistercians - monks from Pforta Monastery.
A bell inscription (13th century) refers to our patron saint "Lucia".
She was a young Christian woman in Sicily who, because of her faith, had been martyred
had to suffer.
December 13 is her name day, which is celebrated every year.
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April to October on weekends 10:00 - 18:00
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  • for all weathers
  • for school classes
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Suitable for seniors
  • for children (any age)
donations requested

Where:

Address:

Protestant parish Flemmingen

Mönchshof 1
06618 Naumburg
Phone: +49 3445 / 775280
E-mail: abc-job@mail.de
website: http://www.flemmingen.jimdo.com/

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