The Lutheran Church of St. Lamberti is an example of external and internal contrast. Built in the XIII century in Romanesque style, the church was later upgraded. Now it is a neo-Gothic temple with sculptures, Gothic lancet windows and surprisingly ascetic interior. The church’s inside style is rotunda, resembling the Roman Pantheon. What is remarkable here are the bas-reliefs and the organ of 1972. This temple is the tallest building in the city: the height of one of the five towers is 86 meters. Attached to the church is a chapel where Count Anton Gunther, who had done a lot for the development of Oldenburg in the XVII century, and his wife are buried. Today, the church hosts concerts of organ music.