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St. Nicolai Church

From the outside the Nicolai Church follows a classic modernist design approach. The load bearing frame and ceiling on the inside however consist of raw exposed concrete elements that anticipate future Brutalist sensibilities in a remarkable way. It was the first German exposed concrete church.

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NameSinceDistance
Kunstgallerie Glas Haus (Art Gallery Glass House) 201920km site_ao
Slab for the Ruhr 201530.1km site_ao
Soul of Africa Museum 201531.7km site_ao
Tetrahedron in Bottrop 201434.1km site_ao
Zollverein 201328.4km site_ao
Gasometer Oberhausen 201340.3km site_ao
Schwebebahn Wuppertal 201031.6km site_ao
Germany’s Giant Multicolored Lego Bridge 201733km site_ao
The Palatial Home of Prussia’s Eccentric ‘Cannon King’ 201732.5km site_ao
Fire and Rescue Station 29.1km site_brutalism
Volkshochschule 41.1km site_brutalism
Office Building (formerly West-LB Bank) 19751.6km site_brutalism
St. Paul 28.5km site_brutalism
Karstadt Hauptverwaltung 34.2km site_brutalism
Melanchton Community Center and Church 196432.9km site_brutalism
Library, Ruhr Universität Bochum 14.7km site_brutalism
Mourning Hall, Central Cemetery Freigrafendamm 197213.4km site_brutalism
Ruhr University 14.6km site_brutalism
Christuskirche Bochum 195616.7km site_brutalism
Kulturhaus Lüdenscheid 197534.3km site_brutalism
Peace Church (Friedenskirche) 23.6km site_brutalism
City Hall 195930.2km site_brutalism
Parking Garage 24.6km site_brutalism
Habiflex 38.3km site_brutalism
Pilgrimage Church (Wallfahrtsdom) 196332.9km site_brutalism
Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen 200128.2km site_whs

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