Church of the Redeemer, Potsdam (Sacrow), Germany - Stock image
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'Potsdam, Germany - October 10, 2010: View to the Church of the Redeemer, Potsdam (Sacrow), Germany. The church has been built in 1844. The design was based on drawings by King Frederick William IV of Prussia, called the Romantic on the Throne. The building was realized by Ludwig Persius, the king's favorite architect. The church is famous for its Italian Romanesque Revival architecture with a separate campanile (bell tower) and for its localization on the River Havel.'