The three towers you can see in this picture are some of the most prominent landmarks of the town of Lüneburg. The churches from the left to right are St. Nicolai (St. Nicholas), St. Michaelis (St. Michael) and St. Johannis (St. John's); St. Johannis is the oldest and tallest of the three remaining churches at 108.7 meters, which also makes it the tallest church of its kind in all of Lower Saxony.
The picture was taken from the top of the Kalkberg (chalk mountain) at sunset.
Taken with a Canon EOS 1100D, Canon EF-S 18-55mm 1:3,5-5,6 IS II lens
Thanks! It was neither safe nor easy to haul all that photography equipment up that mountaint at sunset, and to be honest this isn't what I had in mind when I planned to go there... But I'm glad I was able to make this shot.
On a sidenote, the title is technically wrong as you can see a fourth tower - a radio tower - in the distance