St. Cyriakus Village Church in Höngeda
The church of St. Cyriakus is located in the Mühlhausen district of Höngeda, elevated on a hill. In the immediate vicinity of the imperial city of Mühlhausen, Höngeda was a strategic location in the Unstrut floodplain. The church functioned as a fortified church and outpost for the Mühlhausen moat and offered protection from people and nature. As a fortified church and watchtower, it is located in the centre of the village and is visible from far away due to its high tower. Later it was used exclusively as a place of worship.
The church is Protestant and is cared for by the church district of Mühlhausen. Church services are held here regularly.
Evangelical Church District of Mühlhausen, Superintendent Andreas Piontek
Bei der Marienkirche 9
Phone: +49 3601 837942
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