Excursion to the St. Maria zur Wiesen / Wiesenkirche in Soest
With a jerk, the creaking freight elevator rises up to the battlements on the roof truss of Soest Cathedral. It was to be an eventful excursion into the history of operative masonry when the “Phoenix Brüder” set out to visit the cathedral building lodge in Soest.
First, however, everyone arrived at Gut Lohhof, from where they set off together in the direction of Soest.
The tour started on the top deck. During a 360-degree signage along the horizon of all the sights, we learned a lot of historical background about Soest and its special churches. The in-depth tour left no question unanswered before heading down one floor to explore already completed/restored areas of the tower. For years, Soest has attracted many celebrities to the Bauhütte, including Angela Merkel.
We were given a glimpse of the imposing vault and the roof truss, where a large number of craftsmen immortalized themselves and we were also given a look into the “tool room”.
The imposing interior of the church has places where stonemasons have immortalized with their mark of recognition.
A wonderful excursion found the 12-member group and so we found our conclusion in good weather and best mood back in the walls of the estate, where there were various delicacies to enjoy.
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