düsseldorf’s jesus wagon

I meant to share these photos alongside the story about playing in Düsseldorf two weekends ago, but I forgot, so it looks like Jesus wagon gets its very own post.

This Bauwagen lives in Düsseldorf, around the corner from the AZ and the super pretty Wagenplatz. It is apparently used by a church and is open once a week as a sort of coffee, cake, and Jesus mission. The street on which it is parked once was a street full of squats. Now it’s a street full of incredibly diversely, brightly painted buildings. One was done like a crossword puzzle, complete with clues. I wonder how often they get vandals who don’t fill in their answers in pencil.

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Thursday June 23rd 2011, 8:00 am 3 Comments
Filed under: conspiracies,germany,gorilla travel,wagenplatz

3 Comments so far. Please leave a comment.

I like the rather Byzantine Jesus on the first wagon.

The second one is kind of scary. Not the Jesus, but the lamb.

Comment by paula 06.23.11 @ 6:55 pm

Yeah, that second picture is especially creepy. You can barely see it, but there’s a big lion painted on the one side as well. I love the weirdness of this wagon. I’d live in it.

Comment by clickclackgorilla 06.23.11 @ 9:16 pm

Yeah, what is up with that lamb??

Comment by Jill 06.24.11 @ 2:09 am




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