The seven courtyards in the heart of the Old Town are special places to visit

In order to ensure that widows and orphans of seafarers and merchants were provided for, respected Lübeckers established foundations at that time. The most famous Lübeck foundation is the early Baroque Füchtingshof. The councillor Johann Füchting set aside a third of his inheritance in 1636 "for the benefit and best of the poor". The eye-catcher of the courtyard is an outstanding building with the assembly room which is today considered Lübeck's most beautiful 17th century interior. In our blog Lübeck ZWISCHENZEILEN you will find a detailed description of this fascinating building. As the place is inhabited still today we ask you to respct the privacy of the residents when visiting.

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Glockengießerstraße 25
23552 Lübeck

Phone: 0451 76405
Website: www.fuechtingshof.de

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