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Lübeck, Germany: brick Gothic or bust

We walked to the peninsula that encloses the old town of Lübeck, in the far North of Germany, towards….hmmm, a giant cone bra???  Well, actually, it was the Holstentor: a fortified medieval gate and my introduction to brick Gothic.  I’ve long been a drooling aficionado of Gothic architecture, especially it’s carved stone elements and sculpture.  Bricks, though, […]