St. Mary’s Church (Marienkirche) is situated in Stralsund, northern Germany. It was the tallest building in the world at 151 meters between 1625 and 1647. It is regarded as the endpoint of the North German brick Gothic architecture and constitutes with its west work and the transept crossing a unique architectural example of this epoch.
The church is home to the Altar of the Coronation Virgin Mary as well as the famous stellwagen organ built by Friedrich Stellwagen. It has been the most popular tourist attraction in Stralsund and has been attracting numerous tourists every year. Designed in architecturally Gothic style, the historic building is worth visiting for a tourists.