Places of Interest nearby
Location address: Germany, Bremen, Bremen
Number of texts: 3
In the middle of the courtyard next to the cathedral stands a statue of St. Jacobus. At the entrance you will see also the sign of the pilgrims-route. In the middleages, every year there was a ship leaving for Santiago de Compostela. It is very common for a Hanseatic city to have a pilgrims church. St. Jacobs is also the protector of the sailers. So, it is a very popular saint in the Hanseatic cities.
Linked themes: Pilgrimage
The Bleikeller was a place where lead was stored. Probably, that is the reason why corpses are preserved very well in the cellar.
The Bleikeller is a cellar under the Cathedral, but you have to enter via a coutyard to the right of the entrance of the cathedral.
There is a small entrance fee.