• A rarity and unique. A hand knotted fishing rug, © Angelika Michaelis-TVV e.V
    A rarity and unique. A hand knotted fishing rug
  • Christophorus Church Kröslin, © Tourismusverband Vorpommern e.V.
    Christophorus Church Kröslin

Christophorus Church Kröslin

The village of Kröslin is located directly on the Baltic Sea Coast Cycle Route and the Route of North German Romanticism with a view of the Peene River and the island of Usedom.

Christophorus Church in Kröslin was built at the end of the 13th century/beginning of the 14th century as a cross-rib-vaulted hall church. The tower has late baroque architectural features. The interior of the village church is characterized by a knotted altar carpet, which was worked in the fishing village of Freest in 1948, and a large baptismal font from the 14th century.
The villages of Kröslin (Christophorus Church), Freest, Groß Ernsthof, Hollendorf, Karrin, Rubenow, Rubenow-Siedlung and Voddow as well as the two islands of Ruden and Greifswalder Oie belong to the Protestant parish of Kröslin (district of Vorpommern-Greifswald).
The church is open from May to October (Mon-Fri 10am-12pm and 2:30pm-5pm). The congregation celebrates services on Sundays at 10 am in the church.


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Christophorus Kirche Kröslin

17440  Kröslin

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17440 Kröslin

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