St. Severin, Keitum

Local nameSankt Severin
LocationSchleswig-Holstein, Germany

St. Severin is a Lutheran parish church in Keitum on the island of Sylt, northern Germany. It was named after the 4th-century bishop Severin of Cologne. Built in the Romanesque style and first documented in 1240, the church stands back from the town at a higher elevation. Tests have shown that the roof of the church can be dated to 1216, making it the oldest religious building in Schleswig-Holstein. The tower was built around 1450 and served as a navigation mark for seafarers as well as a prison.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Severin,_Keitum

Official Website http://www.st-severin.de/

Coordinates 54°54'7.3" N 8°21'49.788" E

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