Explore interesting sights in Bad Reichenhall, 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 6 sights are available in Bad Reichenhall, Germany.
St. Pankraz is a Roman Catholic pilgrimage church on the Pankrazfelsen in Karlstein, town of Bad Reichenhall. The church with the patronage of St. Pancras is popularly called the Pancrazkirche. It is a listed building and, along with Gruttenstein Castle, one of two landscape-defining monuments in Bad Reichenhall. St. Pankraz is cared for by the Catholic town church of Bad Reichenhall, which was newly founded in July 2012.
The Predigtstuhl Cable Car has been in operation since 1928 and is the second oldest, still running, original large-cabin cable car in the world. Since 2006, the ropeway has been placed under the protection of monuments. In 2013 the "Predigstuhlbahn" as well as the hotel and mountain-top restaurant came under new ownership, "Marga und Josef Posch", which belongs to the German businessman group Max Eicher.
3. Alte Saline
The Old Salt Works is a former salt works in Bad Reichenhall, which was built according to plans by Joseph Daniel Ohlmüller and Friedrich von Schenk. From 1844 to 1929, the "Reichenhall salt" was produced from brine in it. The Old Salt Works is an industrial monument and is a listed building. Remains of the predecessor buildings are also entered in the list of monuments as ground monuments.
4. Schloss Marzoll
Marzoll Castle is a Renaissance palace in the Marzoll district of Bad Reichenhall. It is listed as an architectural monument under the file number D-1-72-114-201. "Underground medieval and early modern findings in the area of Marzoll Castle and its predecessor buildings with associated gardens" are also listed as a ground monument under the file number D-1-8243-0158.
5. Ruine Karlstein
The Karlstein Castle Ruins are a castle ruin on a rock in the Karlstein district of Bad Reichenhall in the district of Berchtesgadener Land in Bavaria, Germany. The castle was built by the Peilsteins shortly before 1150. Previously converted into a castle, it fell into disrepair at the end of the 17th century.
6. St. Nikolaus
St. Nikolaus is a Roman Catholic parish church, in the style of Romanesque and a basilica in Bad Reichenhall. The three -aisled church was built around the second half of the 12th century and has been changed several times since then. In 1861–1864 it was neo -Romanesque and extended considerably to the west.
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