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Located near Alexanderplatz, the Marienkirche or also known as St. Mary’s Church, was originally built as a Roman Catholic church but since the Protestant Reformation, it became a Lutheran Protestant Church before changing to a united Protestant church in 1817. The exact construction date of the Marienkirche is not known but it was first mentioned in 1292 in chronicles. Its architecture made of red bricks and wide arches give it a gothic style. The main attraction of the Marienkirche is the famous fresco painting “Dance of Death” located in the tower of the church and is more than 22 meters long and 2 meters high.