This is a deconsecrated church so is not hindered by trying to view in between religious services. It was very quiet when we visited last weekend. I came to see the Bernt Notke's Danse Macabre which is situated at the far end of the building. Unfortuately you cannot get close to it, and can only view from a distance. You could examine the other 15th century altarpeices that were there and they had a very good interactive display which allowed you to look closely at any part of the panels. A must for an art lover.
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