The parish of the Garden Church was founded in 1746 as the first parish outside the city walls for the inhabitants of the garden quarters.
The nave of the church consists of two bays with six-part ribbed vaults. The retaining walls, which are drawn inward, are provided with passages and connected to the church interior by four pointed-arch arcades each. Thus, narrow, flat-roofed side aisles used as corridors are formed behind it, above which the side galleries are located. The transept galleries, each resting over your tripartite arch, are correspondingly wider. The altar and pulpit can be seen from any seat due to this arrangement.
We would like to thank Mr. Yannick Bode, who provided us with the pictures.