The Village-Church of Pinnow 13th – 14th century)-Vorpommern /Germany-
The little village of Pinnow (Community: Murchin, Ostvorpommern County, Germany) with its „Great Lake“ and its meadows and woods extending towards the River Peene and the Peenestrom itself are part of the Usedom-Nature-Park.
Situated on a morain top apart from the B 110 Federal Highway the dreamy little church of Pinnow (13th-14th century) is looking over the village pond and the Great Lake. You are wellcome for a visit (key at the former parsonage opposite the church ). Together with its former pastor’s-house (parsonage) and its garden the church of Pinnow is monument listed.
The German part of the Via Baltica - that is the reinstalled Route of St. James from the Baltic States to Westfalia, coming from the Polish border near Kamminke on the Isle of Usedom, - passes along our little village-church. Pilgrims are now guided in western direction by yellow arrows and by plaques with St. James’ shell through a wonderful landscape.
For overnight stay during pilgrimage – Albergue de Peregrinos – ask at the former parsonage in Pinnow.
|Marking the Route of St. James on the Isle of Usedom|