St. Crucis (Thalebra)

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St. Crucis

The listed Lutheran Cruciskirche in Thalebra , a district of the district town Sondershausen in Kyffhäuserkreis in Thuringia for Gemeindeteil Thalebra, belongs to the parish Oberspier in the parish area Sondershausen II Kirchenkreis Bad Frankenhausen Sondershausen the Evangelical Church in Central Germany .


The church was built in 1903 in place of a medieval predecessor over three axes in the neo-Romanesque style in natural stone masonry . If the areas of the galleries are viewed as aisles , then it is a hall church .

It has a choir tower with three floors in the east, to which an apse with a 5/8 end is attached. The corners of the nave and the tower are provided with buttresses . The nave and the top floor of the tower have bifories . The nave is provided with a slate-covered gabled roof covered, the chorus tower carries a pointed pyramid roof with the clock tower , crowned with a tower ball .

The central nave, ie the area between the galleries, is covered with a barrel vault. The pulpit stands in front of the choir arch . The organ with 14 registers , divided into 2 manuals and pedal , was built in 1910 by Wiegand Helferbein.


Web links

Commons : St. Crucis  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. St. Crucis on EKMD
  2. Information on the organ

Coordinates: 51 ° 18 ′ 23.4 "  N , 10 ° 47 ′ 45.3"  E