During the short time we were in Kiel, we were able to check out two interesting attractions . . . the Kiel City Hall Lobby, and the St. Nicolas Church. Built in 1922, Kiel’s City Hall is a large structure, with a 106 metre high tower modeled after the venetian Campanile in Venice. The entrance and lobby include some interesting architectural elements, and several very large wall murals that depict the German worker.
The oldest building in the city is the 13th century St. Nicolas Church (Nikolaikirche). The interior is simple and plain in its design, which highlights the alter and the church’s beautiful stained glass windows.
Last stop on the Baltic Sea Cruise . . . Two Days in Copenhagen, Denmark