(active 1500-1522 in Bremen)

Interior view

Cathedral, Bremen

To the great late works of north German Gothic architecture belongs the north aisle of Bremen Cathedral, built as a hall church attached to the Romanesque basilica. It was completed in 1522. The reticulated vault, which negates a division into bays, is an unusual feature for a German church.

The photo shows the north aisle of Bremen Cathedral.

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