This Neo-Roman church at Holstenglacis is located right next to a busy junction. It was built from 1906-1907. The central steeple is topped by a diamond-shaped roof. The inside of the church is built in a similar manner to many theaters, where everything focuses on the altar and the pulpit. The Gnadenkirche (Church of Mercy) is therefore a splendid example of Reform architecture, which dominated protestant religious architecture before 1900.
- Nearest Train: Messehallen: U2