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Johanniskirche

Identification

Johanniskirche
102456

Map

Structure in General

church
demolished [destroyed]
neo-gothic

Usages

church

Facts

  • Heavily damaged during WWII, it was dynamited in 1953.
  • It was of the single-aisled hall type, with a transept and choir with 5/10 plan.
  • The tower was attached to the south transept.
  • The Johanniskirche was Dresden's most outstanding example of Neo-Gothic architecture.
  • It was noted for its strict immitation of French Gothic models as well as the high quality of craftmanship in the sandstone construction.

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Location

Pillnitzer Strasse
Dresden
Saxony
Germany

Technical Data

213.25 ft
213.25 ft
1874
1878
1953

Involved Companies

G. L. Moeckel
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