Christuskirche, Windhoek

3.7
#3 of 15 in Historic Sites in Namibia
Religious Site · Architectural Building
Located in the city's historic center, Christuskirche represents an example of Gothic Revival architecture, built between 1907 and 1910 and accented with Art Nouveau elements. The church boasts a spire made from quartz sandstone, while part of its roof and three bronze bells were sent from Germany. The stained glass windows, a gift from Emperor Wilhelm II, remain the building's major feature. Christuskirche is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
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  • The build started in 1907, as the church is build on a hill, the church is visible from a long distance. The church looks (from outside) well maintained (renovated between 1967-72), not able to...  more »
  • A historical site built during the German rule of Namibia, with beautiful stained glass windows and a lovely church to just take some time out to pause and reflect. It's a church that is still...  more »
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  • Excellent history of Azapo, well kept records. Very impressive
  • It is looking beautiful,, it can attract more people's attention ❤

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