Explore interesting sights in Bad Münstereifel, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Bad Münstereifel, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Bad Münstereifel
1. Alte Burg
The Alte Burg in Bad Münstereifel, Germany, is a circular rampart that is the remains of a fortification from the Carolingian period. The refuge castle acted as a place of retreat for the local population and as protection for the daughter monastery of Prüm Abbey. The defences dating to the 9th century have been designated as a protected monument. The castle site lies within the county of Euskirchen in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
The Low-Frequency Array, or LOFAR, is a large radio telescope, with an antenna network located mainly in the Netherlands, and spreading across 7 other European countries as of 2019. Originally designed and built by ASTRON, the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, it was first opened by Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands in 2010, and has since been operated on behalf of the International LOFAR Telescope (ILT) partnership by ASTRON.
3. Radioteleskop Effelsberg
The Effelsberg 100-m Radio Telescope is a radio telescope in the Ahr Hills in Bad Münstereifel, Germany. For 29 years the Effelsberg Radio Telescope was the largest fully steerable radio telescope on Earth, surpassing the Lovell Telescope in the UK. In 2000, it was surpassed by the Green Bank Observatory's Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope in Green Bank, US, which has a slightly larger elliptical 100 by 110-metre aperture.
4. Burg Kirspenich
Kirspenich Castle is located in the Kirspenich district of the town of Bad Münstereifel in the district of Euskirchen. The castle originated from a roundabout complex on an island that can still be recognized today. Due to the water-fortified outer bailey of this two-part castle complex, it is one of the moated castles in the district. It is part of the so-called "moated castle route".
5. Bad Münstereifeler-Wald
Münstereifel Forest is densely wooded region in the northern part of the Eifel mountains in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. In the south it borders on the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It has an area of 237 km² and lies at a height of between 200 and 500 m above sea level (NHN).
6. Stiftskirche St. Chrysanthus u. Daria
The former collegiate church of St. Chrysanthus and Daria is the main Roman Catholic church of Bad Münstereifel. The well-preserved Romanesque basilica is an important architectural monument that deviates from the conventional scheme in a characteristic way.
The Hubertus Chapel in Arloff, a district of Bad Münstereifel in the district of Euskirchen in North Rhine-Westphalia, is a Catholic chapel built in 1466. The chapel dedicated to St. Hubert is a protected cultural monument.
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