The church in Possendorf is a choir tower church, which is mentioned for the first time in a written document in 1289. Together with the village pond, it is the center of the small circular “rundling” village. It is believed that every one hundred years renovations were made on the church, evidenced by dates on both the interior and exterior. There are several very nicely preserved Gothic pointed arched windows and a Piscina (medieval spout for sacred liquids).
The church also served as a motif for Lyonel Feininger, and it is located along the Feininger bike path.
The exact program for this cultural break is still in planning. At a later date, you will receive information on the cultural program awaiting participants of the 100-Years-of-Bauhaus Marathon. Thematic tours, concerts, and performances are planned for the cultural breaks.