|Holstentor - the towns landmark|
Lübeck is considered the "Mother of the Hanseatic League", a trade association that has ensured great prosperity in Lübeck and other member cities through free trade and peaceful cooperation from the 12th century until modern times.
|Port with trading buildings|
|View from the arches of the city hall|
|St. Petri Church|
|St. Mary's Church|
The broken bells which fell from the tower in the fire of 1942 remained on the ground in the South Tower as a symbol for peace in the world.
|New window at the Dance of Death chapel|
|Burgtor - city gate to the north|
|Hospital of the Holy Spirit, one of the oldest social institutions of Lübeck (1260)|
|Hospital tower leaning a little bit to the front|
|Füchtingshof - a housing complex from 1640 for widows of merchants and seafarers|
|Town hall and St. Mary's church|
|Staircase added to the town hall|
|Flowers of the Day|