Berger Kirche is the common name of a church building close to Werschau, part of Brechen in Hesse, Germany. It was first mentioned in 910 and is one of the oldest buildings in the region. It was dedicated to St. George, and remained when the village of Bergen was abandoned.
The Berger Kirche is located on top of a rock west of Niederbrechen and northwest of Werschau, close to the Bundesstraße 8, formerly the Via publica which connected Cologne and Frankfurt. It serves the cemetery of Werschau which surrounds it, and is a venue for services and concerts.
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