5 Sights in Aurich, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Aurich, 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 Aurich, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Aurich

1. Kriegsdenkmal

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The Memorial to the Fallen of the First World War has been standing since 1926 in the town of Orich in the East Friesland district, at the corner of Banhoves Street and Berg Street. The monument was erected at the initiative of Citizens' Initiative. A year ago, the association organized a competition in which Düsseldorf sculptor Joseph Hammerschmidt won with his design. The monument honors the soldiers of the 78th Infantry Regiment and the 92nd Reserve Infantry Regiment of "Friedrich William, Duke of Brunswick" (East Frisland) who were killed in battle during the First World War.

Wikipedia: Denkmal für die Gefallenen des Ersten Weltkrieges (Aurich) (DE)

2. Historisches Museum

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The History Museum is located in the town of Orich in East Frisland. It is located in the old law firm and is a member of the East Frisia Museum Association. The History Museum presents the history of the city and East Frisland in six thematic complexes: Gist and the city, churches and monasteries, castles, the heyday of citizens, East Frisland in war, regions and centers. The exhibition shows the history, art and culture of Aurich and East Frisland from the Stone Age to today.

Wikipedia: Historisches Museum Aurich (DE)

3. Lambertikirche

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The Lambertikirche in Aurich (East Frisia) is the parish church of the Evangelical Lutheran Lamberti parish. The classicist church was built in the years 1833–1835 on the site of the predecessor building, which was demolished in 1826. The name of the church goes back to Saint Lambertus, to whom the pre-Reformation building was dedicated.

Wikipedia: Lambertikirche (Aurich) (DE)

4. Landschaftshaus

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Landschaftshaus is located in Aurich. It is the site of the East Friesland landscape, hence its name. Built between 1898 and 1901 and designed by Hanover architect Herman Schetler, the horned building with polygonal horned towers and tightly lined horizontal gables has a neo-Renaissance style.

Wikipedia: Landschaftshaus (DE)

5. Mausoleum

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The Cirksena family mausoleum in Aurich is the final resting place of the Earl of East Frisland family. It opened in 1886 at the municipal cemetery in the city of Orich. Before that, the earls were buried in different places.

Wikipedia: Mausoleum_der_Familie_Cirksena (DE)

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