The oldest visible structures are the two crypts. The last parts built in romanesque style and in sandstone were the lower storeys of the western façade and the western towers. Since the late s, vaults and walls were erected in bricks, partly hidden by sheets of sandstone. Only the outer wall of the southern row of chapels shows unhidden bricks.
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St Peter's is one of the largest historic brick structures in Europe, but it comprises too many stone structures to be subsumed to Brick Gothic. During the great restoration of tothe western towers and most of the western façade were rebuilt relatively close to previous structures. The crossing tower was a new addition, using the medieval crossing tower of Worms Cathedral as an example.
The roofs above the transepts and the northern aisle were redesigned. Early buildings[ edit ] Bremen Cathedral inthe collapsed southern belfry is hidden behind the stock exchange The first church structure that can be verified on the site of St Peter's Cathedral in Bremen was a timber church on a high point overseeing the Weser River built by Saint Willehadan early missionary to the Frisians.
The church was built about in conjunction with the creation of the Diocese of Bremen, with Willehad as the first bishop.
Willehad died the same year. No trace of it remains. The see remained vacant for thirteen years until it was reestablished under Bishop Willerich in St Peter's was built as the cathedral church of local câștigurile pe internet vă sfătuiesc in several stages by Bishop Willerich. He was one of the most prominent missionaries to northern Europe and is credited with the beginnings of the conversion of the Danes and Swedes to Christianity.
He was succeeded by Archbishop Rimbert. There was a cathedral school and cloister. Early in the tenure of Archbishop Adalbrand the church was in the process of being rebuilt and enlarged, but in most of Bremen including the cathedral was destroyed by a terrible fire. The fire also destroyed much of the cathedral library. Bishop Adalbrand ordered the building rebuilt inbut died before it could be completed. The cathedral was rebuilt as a pillared basilica with rounded Romanesque style arches and a flat timber ceiling.
Two stubby, flat-topped towers were added to the west front. A crypt was built under the west part of the nave. The building plan was based on the cruciform shape of the cathedral at Benevento in Campania, Italy which Adalbert was familiar with. He also brought craftsmen from Lombardy to make repairs and embellish the cathedral, much to the investiție în criptă pumb of investiție în criptă pumb builders and artists.
Adalbert ignored the criticism and forced his vision for the cathedral. On Adalbert's orders parts of the fortification of the cathedral district [ de ] not the unwalled market town beside were torn down to provide low-cost stone for the cathedral. Adalbert's short-sightedness resulted in Saxons sacking the city and the cathedral in Inthe archidiocese lost most of his administrative power to the newly established archbishopric of Lund.
Dominant structures of the present building[ edit ] Seal of the City of Bremen fromshowing the cathedral with s rose window During the rule Prince-Archbishop Gerhard IIthe conditions for works on the cathedral improved: On Christmas the rivalry of Investiție în criptă pumb and Hamburg was finished by a papal decision, Bremen became the only see of the archbishopric. In Marchanother papal decree authorized an indulgence campaign investiție în criptă pumb subsidize a "repair" of the cathedral.
The construction of the lower storeys of the western façade and towers — in pure romanesque style — may have begun before the decree and even before the onset of Gerhard's rule. Between the towers, a rose window was added, it has already been depicted in Bremen's first municipal seal, cut in Than, successively and most of it under the same rule, at first the two westernmost bays of the nave were vaulted still almost Romance stylethen the aisles in very early Gothic architecturethen central nave, choir, crossing and transept in advanced early Gothic style.
Differing from the Romance parts, the vaults and new walls were constructed in brick as were many other large ecclesiastic and public buildings in northern Europe. Central nave and choir have double bays with six sections each. The pillars at their corners are supported by flying buttresses since —'22 only on the southern side. The pillars of the middling ribs, carrying only one fourth or eighth of the weight, have none, except of the choir, where they were added as late as in The oldest vaults are above the main investiție în criptă pumb, in the west.
Southern aisle, vaulted before central nave, choir, crossing and transept Northern aisle, repaired and raised to the height of the central nave in to late gothic style Pulpit ofsouthern wall of the central nave rather romance: arcade with round arches, no triforium The choir has a romanesque floorplan At Easter Prince-Archbishop Burchard Grelle claimed to have found the skulls of the Saints Cosmas and Damian.
He "personally 'miraculously' retrieved the investiție în criptă pumb of the holy physicians Cosmas and Damian, which were allegedly immured investiție în criptă pumb forgotten in the quire of Bremen Cathedral.
In about the cathedral master-builder Johann Hemeling commissioned a shrine for the relics, which has been accomplished until after The shrine from carved oak wood covered with gilt rolled silver is considered an important mediaeval gold work. It is now shown in the Jesuit church of St Michael in Munich. Under Prince-Archbishop Johann Rodeofficiating between andthe basilica style church was further transformed into a German "High Gothic" style church with a new northern nave.
While the municipality of Bremen had gained more and more independence from the archbishopric, the cathedral remained under the control of the chapter and the archbishops.
The municipality was divided in four parishes. Even the laic inhabitants of the cathedral immunity had a special parish church, Saint Willehadus chapel.
The cathedral was the church of the clergy and for special religious celebrations and special events of the archbishopric.
The cathedral and its district were included by the municipal fortifications, but politically they formed an exclave. Investiție în criptă pumb in Bremen[ edit ] When the Protestant Reformation swept through northern Germany, the first Reformed sermon in Bremen was held inand in the city established a Protestant rule of churches. The cathedral chapter was still catholic and closed St Peter's cathedral, after on Palm Sunday of a delegation of Bremen's revolutionary Council of the men de.
The Roman Catholic Church was condemned as a symbol of the abuses of a long Catholic past by most local citizens and the building fell into disuse and then disrepair. In the chapter, meanwhile prevailingly Lutheran, appointed the Dutch Albert Hardenberg, called Rizaeusas the first Cathedral preacher of Protestant affiliation. Rizaeus turned out to be a partisan of the rather Zwinglian understanding of the Lord's Supperwhich was rejected by the then Lutheran burghers, city council, and chapter.
So in - after tremendous quarrels - Rizaeus was dismissed and banned from the city and the cathedral shut again its doors. While the majority of Bremen's burghers and city council adopted Calvinism until the s, the chapter, being simultaneously the body of secular government in the neighbouring Prince-Archbishopric, clung to Lutheranism. Tower disasters[ edit ] On 27 Januarythe southern belfry, that already had looked instable since more than a century, collapsed causing severe damage to surrounding buildings and killing eight people.
Its lower storeys received a flat roof.
Just eighteen years later, a lightning struck the northern tower and burned the roof, which collapsed into the nave destroying the roof. The walls of northern tower were quickly rebuilt, covered with a simple pyramidal roof.
The southern tower suffered a second collapse and remained an open ruin for almost two and a half centuries. The Lutheran community in the walls of Bremen lacked the status of a parish, but due to immigration from the Lutheran states around Bremen, time by time it became the largest religious group in the city. In administrative matters, the Lutherans that joined the services in the cathedral, at the same time were members of the Calvinist parishes of the municipal districts, where they lived.
To get space for the increasing audience of the services, some galleries were built inside the central nave and the northern aisle.
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Between andArp Schnitger installed a huge organ that would be played untilone of the most valuable equipment, Bremen Cathedral ever had. Peter's Baldachin in Vatican Basilica. About 80 years later, the western rose window had to be changed for a simpler onein order to prevent damages of the organ caused by humidity.
Municipal rule[ edit ] Central nave and Gothic Revival altar in In the cathedral immunity district with St Peter's, meanwhile an extraterritorial enclave investiție în criptă pumb the Electorate of Hanoverwhich had gained the duchy of Bremen-Verden in, was incorporated into the Free Imperial City of Bremen. Its burgomaster Johann Smidta devout member of the Reformed Calvinist churchconfiscated the considerable estates of the Lutheran congregation.
The representatives of the Lutheran congregation, led by the cathedral preacher Johann David Nicolaistarted to fight for its right to exist. Infacing the annexion of Bremen by the French Empirethe city council agreed to the establishment of a cathedral parish, this way preventing a French confiscation of the church's properties. But the new parish wouldn't investiție în criptă pumb full equality of right with the Calvinist parishes beforeasserted by a majority of Bremen's Calvinist senators government members against the expressed will of Investiție în criptă pumb.
But the consequent reparations of the wall had to be paid by the parish's construction fund. After more than two centuries of economic decline, for the investiție în criptă pumb city of Bremen investments in its nautic and other transport infrastructure had priority to the reconstruction of the cathedral.
Therefore, during the 3rd to 9th decades of the 19th century, urgent renovations had to be paid from the construction fund, and embellishments from gifts. Sincesome innovations of the interior were done.
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The abundance of stalls was reduced to a functional density. Unfortunately, some most valuable medieval stalls were destroyed that way. In the s, the cathedral got its first coloured stained glass windows after the Reformation. The idea was predominantly promoted by Franz Schütte. Money was raised for the restoration of the building and work began in Reconstruction continued off and on until when the church reopened. The restoration was done close to the status before and old pictures, but with a few additions in Romanesque Revival and Gothic Revival style.
The whole concept was developed by Max Salzmann.
The towers were raised to their present height and completed in The interior of the church was restored in the Gothic style making it difficult to see the changes in style that occurred over time.
The northern tower that had collapsed in the 17th century was newly erected from its foundations, but using recent structures of the northern tower and old depictions of the cathedral as an example.
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Of the northern tower it is unknown even to the authorities concerned today, if the lower four storeys were kept or pulled down and rebuilt almost identically.
The upper storeys were redesigned a bit.
The mosaics in the two central arcs of the façade were new. The gallery above the entrances was restored a bit more solid, and the rose window a bit more decorated than they had been. On the northern façade the gables of the transept and above the Brautportal "Bride Door" were new, and the Bride Door itself was redecorated, now it has Gothic Revival design. The addition of the crossing preț opțiune reală was a challenge of engineering, the four columns of the crossing had to be displaced by more stable pillars, but the medieval vaults were kept.
Inside, the walls were repainted in a Neo-Byzantine style. World War II and new repairs[ edit ] The church was struck by a fire bomb during an Allied air raid in and investiție în criptă pumb repeatedly until when a high explosive bomb caused the collapse of parts of the vaults of the northern aisle. Due to that gap, it was feared that the building could collapse totally.
However, all roofs and windows were closed quite soon, and by the vaults were reconstructed and the whole building stabilized. From to the church was restored once again. During those works, the chance was opțiuni binare finale for an intensive archaeological examination of the foundations and the graves under the floor. The only change of structures was the new rose window of the northern transept, but many of the Neo-Byzantine paintings disappeared.
The design of the stained glass windows is totally new. Interior[ edit ] Altars and pulpit[ edit ] On the eve of the reformation, the cathedral contained fifty altars. Now, there are four altars and one pulpit. The main altar is in the choir.
For smaller services, there is a central altar beside the pulpit in the middle of the northern side of the central nave. It is decorated with a torso of a sculpture of Christ, carrying his cross, saved from northern façade. The two other altars are in the crypts.
In the western crypt, nowadays used as baptismal chapel, it is decorated with the oldest sculpture of the cathedral, Jesus Christ as a ruler with Saint Peter's key. The pulpit installed in was a gift to the people of Bremen from Queen Christina of Swedenwhose troops - in the course of the Thirty Years' War - had already captured the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen, and aimed at gaining the city too.
Organs[ edit ] Bremen has a long-standing tradition of fine organ music. As early as inthe cantor was ordered to take care of the organ. Notations are preserved since Inthe construction of a new "large organ" was begun.
Its replacements, the Schulze organ and then the Wilhelm Sauer organ, one of the largest in northwest Germany.
În plus, despre mormânt se vehiculează o ipoteză halucinantă:osemintele lui Kogălniceanu ar fi dispărut de aici încă din perioada comunistă. Din cripta unde își doame somnul de veci marele om politic au fost scoase, rând pe rând, materiale de construcţii, schele metalice, găleţi, şi chiar bicicleta unuia dintre angajaţi, cu care acesta parcurge zilnic distanţa de acasă până la serviciu.
The cathedral today investiție în criptă pumb five organs in different parts of the cathedral and continues the long tradition of great organs and organists. Choir stalls[ edit ] Up to the nineteenth century, the cathedral investiție în criptă pumb, which still exists today, was situated in the crossing and divided from the transepts by lateral walls.
On both sides of this choir, there were two files of choir stalls. Inthey were withdrawn, as they had no view to the pulpit. Unfortunately, most of them were used as firewood. But nine of the carved stall wings were saved by the cathedral's structurer.
They had been created in the s. Now they are exposed in one of the chapels. Each of them has a program, showing connected stories from the bible. Stall wing, ascendingly: announcement, birth and adoration of Jesus Stall wing, ascendingly: Jesus and Saint Thomas, Jesus and Saint Peter, the miracle of Pentecost Stall wing of the paradise and the snake of temptation Stall wing, showing Saint Peter, Moses on Mount Sinai and the Golden Calf Burials[ edit ] St Mary's coronation from the western gable in the eastern crypt; outside there is now a free replique.