The cute fountain can be found on the southern bank of Pfaffenteich.
The two kids with the umbrella remind visitors never to travel without rain gear in Northern Germany...
The neogothic church of St Paul west of Pfaffenteich was built in the 1860s as part of a new residential quarter. The surrounding streets run towards the church and create nice street views.
I didnt go inside the chruch. If you pass the road in front of this church, you can also have the view of the main chruch, both the chruches are in straight line.
Since renovation was going on during the time of visit (Oct 08), we couldnt see inside. But from all the sides the castle looks great like a fairy tale one. One of the post card views!!
You can claim to the top of the chruch, a very narrow 260 steps to reach the top. Its worth claimbing up the stairs, the view from the top is excellent. You have to pay EUR1.5 to claim!!
Its the 2nd biggest next to St. Michel in the northern Germany. Must a visit. Located in the city center next to Rathus and Information Center
There are not much maps available for this place, so thought of sharing this photo, which was taken at the Information center
First mentioned in 1351, the city hall was reconstructed three times (1531, 1558, 1651). Today's facade was made in 1835.
The interior is made in the style of Gothic. The organ has got 31 registers and was constructed by Friedrich Friese.
West of the Pfaffen Pond on June 29th 1863, the day of the Apostle Paul, the foundation stone of the church was set. Exactly six years later on same day, the construction was finished.
It's the oldest building on the shore of the Pfaffen Pond. It was built by Georg Adolf Demmler as armory. Today the ministery of the interior resides in it.
At the first glance I thought it's a museum but actually it's a Cafe. You can sit in front of it, having apple pie and a cup coffee and watching the street life.
It isn't really a big pond (takes 30min to surround it) but there is a ferry boat that opperates between both banks. Price € 0.50 for children and € 1.00 for adults.
Make sure to visit my travelogue about Wismar. You will find lovely pics of this Hanse Town at the Baltic Sea! It´s worth a visit!