9 Sights in Bad Salzuflen, Germany (with Map and Images)
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The Kilianskirche in Schötmar, district of Bad Salzuflen, is a church built by Friedrich Heinrich Ludwig Goedecke in 1850–54. It is a three-aisled, neo-Gothic hall church with a 5/8 closure. The west tower has an octagonal upper floor, which is crowned by a roof rider -like lantern with a steep tent roof. While the central nave is provided with a wooden saddle blanket, the side aisles are flat. Renovations and restorations took place in 1960, 1980 and 2004. The largest church building in the Lippische Landeskirche today can be visited as an open church on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
2. Evangelische Kirche Bergkirchen
The Evangelical Church Bergkirchen is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the village of Retzen-Bergkirchen in the town of Bad Salzuflen in the district of Lippe, North Rhine-Westphalia. It belongs to the Lutheran class of the Church of Lippe, which is one of the smaller regional churches in the association of the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD). Since 1987, the church building has been a listed building.
Wikipedia: Evangelische Kirche Bergkirchen (Bad Salzuflen) (DE), Website
3. Irrgarten Hortus Vitalis
Hortus Vitalis is a maze of thuja hedges. It is located at the spa gardens in Bad Salzuflen and was opened on 1 August 2008. The fee-based, barrier-free facility is 5400 m² in size and consists of 4500 plants about 2.20 meters high of the species Western Tree of Life. On the grounds there are some action areas such as children's playground, garden chess, boules court and badminton.
The Church of the Resurrection in Bad Salzuflen, in Gröchteweg on the corner of Volkhausenstraße, is the youngest Protestant church in the village and, after the Church of the Redeemer, the second church of the Evangelical-Lutheran parish of Bad Salzuflen. The church is used by the Evangelical Reformed congregation as a place of worship.
Wikipedia: Auferstehungskirche (Bad Salzuflen) (DE), Website
5. St. Kilian
St. Kilian is a Roman Catholic parish church in Schötmar, a district of Bad Salzuflen in the district of Lippe (North Rhine-Westphalia). Church and community belong to the Pastoralverbund Bad Salzuflen-Schötmar of the Deanery Bielefeld-Lippe in the Archdiocese of Paderborn.
6. Bauernburg Schwaghof
Bauernburg Schwaghof is a lowland castle in the north of the town of Bad Salzuflen in the district of Lippe in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The building was part of the former Schwaghof estate and has been a listed building since 1989.
The Rudolph Brandes Obelisk is a monument to the pharmacist and scientist Rudolph Brandes in Bad Salzuflen. The obelisk is registered with the number 172 as a monument in the monument list of the city of Bad Salzuflen.
8. Liebfrauen Kirche
The Liebfrauenkirche in Bad Salzuflen is a Roman Catholic parish church. Church and community belong to the Pastoralverbund Bad Salzuflen-Schötmar of the Deanery Bielefeld-Lippe in the Archdiocese of Paderborn.
9. Bismarckturm Bad Salzuflen
The Bismarck Tower Bad Salzuflen is an 18 metre high Bismarck Tower on the Vierenberg between Wüsten, Schötmar, Hollenstein and Bad Salzuflen in the North Rhine-Westphalian district of Lippe in Germany.
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