The dissimilar brothers are a symbol of Lemgo. The view of the church spires towering above city hall provides a rather imposing view form the marketplace
The night watchman once had his apartment in the left tower that now houses the bells, which ring ever two hours.
A small door on the south side of the church leads you into the church constructed in the 13th century. It was named for St. Nicolai, patron saint of merchants
On a long table just inside the door, you can find plenty of information about upcoming events to be held at the church where concerts are frequently held.