Here you can find interesting sights in Überlingen, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Überlingen, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Münster St. Nikolaus
St Nicholas Cathedral is the parish church of Uberingen on Lake Constance. Built between 1350 and 1576, this five-nave cathedral adopts the late Gothic style. The decorations of the largest late Gothic church building on Lake Constance include the carved altar of JörgZürn, a masterpiece of German custom (1613-1616). The cathedral overlooks the historic Old City of ≤ berlingen, especially through the high North Tower. The semicircular square to the north of the church was a cemetery before 1530. To the south of the church is the town's late Gothic town hall, built in 1494 and already influenced by the Italian Renaissance.
2. Staedtisches Museum
The Reichlin-von-Meldegg-Haus, located in ≤ berlingen, is a former aristocratic residence, located above the Old Town of ≤ berlingen, with elements of late Gothic and early Florentine Renaissance. It is considered one of the oldest Renaissance buildings in Germany and one of the city's most important cultural monuments and attractions. Since 1913, the building that shaped the city's landscape has been home to the City Museum, one of the oldest and largest cultural and historical museums in the Lake Constance region.
3. Goldbacher Stollen des ehemaligen KZ Überlingen
Between June 1944 and April 1945, the Goldbacher Stollen was forced by prisoners from the Überlingen-Aufkirch subcamp in forced labour in the Molassefels Formation between Goldbach and Überlingen on the northern shore of Lake Überlingen and was intended for the underground relocation of war-important armaments factories from Friedrichshafen, about 35 km southeast on the shore of Lake Obersee.
4. St. Jodok
The Catholic iodok church in the so-called village in Überlingen on Lake Constance is a pilgrim church and is located directly on the Via Beuronensis, the part of the Jakobsweg between Neckar and Lake Constance on the way from Pfullendorf to Wallhausen. The church is somewhat reset in the street line and belongs to the St. Nikolaus, Münsterpfarrei.
5. Schloss Freudental
The Freudental Castle is located on the Bodensee Haline Bodan Rück between Lake Überlinger and the Gnadensee. Built on a hill, the village of Freudental is overwhelmed and can be seen far in the surrounding landscape. Michael Wiedemann (1661–1703), who came from Neresheim, who was involved in the construction of the Neresheim Abbey.
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