Ev. St. Mary`s Cathedral and former Premonstratensian Monastery – Havelberg

Havelberg was mentioned for the first time in 948 in a document as a diocesan town, but the construction of the Dom St. Marien cathedral and the premonstratense monastery which is a part of it began only in the XIIth century. Today the cathedral, consecrated in 1170, is the most characteristic building of Havelberg. It has Gothic and Romanesque elements; the later are the reason why the “Road of the Romanesque Period” passes through the town. The Paradiessaal and the cathedral cloister have excellent acoustic and have often been concerts venues. Also very interesting is the 100 years old Prignitz-Museum.

History

Architecture and Furniture

Regular guided visits

Opening times

May to September

9.00 – 18.00

April and October
Monday to Friday: 10.00 – 17.00
Saturday and Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00

November to March:

10.00 – 16.00

Building

Domplatz 1
39539 Havelberg
Deutschland
039387 89380‎
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