St. Adalbert's Church, Königsberg

St. Adalbert's Church, Königsberg

St. Adalbert's Church (Adalberts-Kirche; Кирха Святого Адальберта) was a Roman Catholic church in western Königsberg, Germany. It is now used as a technical laboratory by IZMIRAN in Kaliningrad, Russia.HistoryThe Königsberg suburb of Amalienau began to grow rapidly at the start of the 20th century.

Construction of a small Neo-Gothic chapel on Lawsker Allee began on 16 July 1902 according to plans by Friedrich Heitmann, with its dedication occurring on 14 November 1904. It was expanded in 1932, with Adalbert of Prague being its patron saint. Heitmann was buried in the cemetery in 1921.Aside from its steeple, the church was not heavily damaged during the 1945 Battle of Königsberg. The Soviet a

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