Saint Martin's Church, Bremen

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The church, with the Saint Peter's Cathedral in the background

The St. Martin's Church (German: St. Martini) is a Protestant Lutheran church in the old town of Bremen. It is located near the Weser river and is one of the oldest churches in the city.


The church was founded in 1229.[1] The late-Gothic brick building suffered severe damage in 1944 and was rebuilt after the war. In 1973, the church was listed under the monument protection act.


  1. ^ St Martins Church, Bremen tourism, retrieved 16 January 2014

Coordinates: 53°04′30″N 8°48′15″E / 53.07500°N 8.80417°E / 53.07500; 8.80417