Here you can find interesting sights in Bad Rappenau, 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 15 sights are available in Bad Rappenau, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Schloß Grombach
Grombach Castle is a moat castle in Grombach, Bad Rappenau District, Heilbron District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Due to the eventful history of Grombach's ownership, the castle was not always inhabited. Lord Venningen, who acquired Grobach Castle and Village in 1498, rebuilt the castle in 1544 in Renaissance style. In the 18th century, they returned to the ownership of the estate from around 1700. The owner of the castle last lived in the mid-19th century. From then on, the big estate was let out, while the castle's residential buildings were used for different purposes.
2. Heilig Kreuz
The Dominican church is a historic church building in Bad Wimpfen in the Heilbronn district in northern Baden-Württemberg. The church was started as the monastery church of the Dominican monastery in the 13th century and converted to its current form in the 18th century. The former monastery with an artistic cloister is now a school building, the church is used as a Catholic parish church for the Holy Cross. A cross relic has been worshiped in the church since the 13th century, which was probably brought to Wimpfen by Albertus Magnus.
The school building in Grombach, Bad Rappenau district, Heilbron district, northern Baden-Württemberg, was built in 1888/89. It was an eighth grade primary school until 1966, and then an independent primary school until 1974, when it was first attached to Kirchardt's primary school and Hauptschule, and in 1984 to Bad Rappenau's primary school and Hauptschule. Since 1991, the primary school in Grombach has once again become an independent school.
4. Tourist Information
The old hospital in Bad Wimpfen in the Heilbronn district in northern Baden-Württemberg with components from the 13th century is one of the oldest buildings in the former imperial city. It goes back to the Heilig-Geist-Hospital founded around 1230 and has been used as a citizen hospital since 1471, most recently as a recent past as a urban poor house. The Reichsstadt Museum and the municipal gallery have been housed there since 1992.
5. Sankt Margaretha
The Catholic Church of St. Margaretha in Grombach, a district of the large district town of Bad Rappenau in the Heilbronn district in northern Baden-Württemberg, goes back to the church of the place already occupied in the Middle Ages and was in its current form in 1759 by the Grombacher School and Bauste Johann Peter Moll built, which also donated the magnificent baroque equipment that has been preserved to this day.
6. Schloss Neuhaus
Neuhaus Castle near Ehrstädt, a district of the large district town of Sinsheim in the Rhein-Neckar district in the northern Baden-Württemberg, is a historical man's seat in the hilly landscape of the Kraichgau, which is now owned by the barons of Gemmingen and above all as a wedding location is being used.
7. Schloß Obergimpern
Schloss Obergimpern is a manor house in Obergimpern, a district of Bad Rappenau in the district of Heilbronn in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The castle received its present form through several construction measures by the Counts of Yrsch, whose descendants still own the property today.
8. Evangelische Kirche
The Evangelical Church in Bonfeld is a church building in the style of the late Baroque, which was built around 1775 instead of a predecessor building existing in the 15th century. The original equipment of the church and ceiling paintings from 1907 were largely destroyed in later conversions.
The upper castle in Bonfeld, a district of Bad Rappenau in the Heilbronn district in northern Baden-Württemberg, is a castle built by the barons of Gemmingen from 1748 on the site of a medieval castle. It has its name from its location, above the old castle built in the 16th century.
10. Obere Ölmühle
The Upper Oil Workshop, located in Bad Wimpfen, Heilbron District, northern Baden-Württemberg, has existed as early as 1500. The building, which was last renovated in 1825 and is now used by a potter, is one worthy of protection in the Bad Wimpfen am Berg complex.
11. Historisches Gasthaus Krone
The Gasthaus Krone in Bonfeld, a district of Bad Rappenau in northern Baden-Württemberg, is a historic inn dated 1786 on the portal, which was awarded the Baden-Württemberg Monument Protection Prize in 2003 after extensive renovation.
12. Schloss Fürfeld
Fürfeld Castle in Fürfeld, a district of Bad Rappenau in the Heilbronn district in northern Baden-Württemberg, goes back to a medieval castle and received its current form essentially in the 16th and early 18th centuries.
13. Evangelische Kirche
The Protestant church in Grombach was built in 1787 as part of the great county town of Bad Rappenau in Heilbron district in the northern state of Baden-Württemberg. The church's art treasures include a 14th-century clock.
14. Evangelische Kirche Ehrstädt
The Evangelical Church of Ehrstädt, a district of the large county town of Sinsheim in the Rhine-Neckar district in the northern state of Baden-Württemberg, still has 12th-century Romanesque double windows on its tower.
15. Schloß Babstadt
Babstadt Castle, a district of Badrapenau, Heilbron district in the northern state of Baden-Württemberg, was built around 1900 to replace a previous building and is therefore one of the youngest castles in the area.
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