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1876 – Johanneskirche, Stuttgart, Germany

Architect: Friedrich von Leins

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A protestant Gothic church built on a picturesque street and parkland. After the second world war the Church was reconstructed up to the main tower, but was left incomplete deliberately. The “Church without a head” stands today as a memorial against war.

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