Oberhasel village church
A Romanesque chapel once stood on the site of the village church first mentioned in 1490 . In 1496 there is evidence that a pastor lived and worked in a parish in the village . The chapel, which probably also functions as a path chapel, was as large as the current eastern part of the church ( choir and sacrament niche including arched windows).
The highlight of the interior is the late Gothic carved altar from around 1490 by a Mecklenburg master. From 1996 this altar was restored. A donor made this possible through the German Foundation for Monument Protection .
- Information about the church on the website of the church district