Here you can find interesting sights in Bautzen, 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 Bautzen, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
The Gerberbastei, Sorbian, is part of the historical fortifications in the old town of Bautzen. She secured the section between Nicolai and student tower on the north side of the city and protected the transition of Via Regia via the Spree and the paths to the city and the kennel behind the inner city wall.
2. Domstift Bautzen
Domstiff, Sorbian Tachantstwo, is a horseshoe-shaped baroque building with a courtyard in the Bauzen district of Saxony, Germany. It was the bishop's office and residence of the diocese of Meisen until 1980, and was used as the archive, library and vault of St. Peter's Basilica in Bautzen.
3. Unserer Lieben Frauen
The church of our dear wife in Bautzen is a Catholic church that is largely used by Sorbian -speaking parishioners and belongs to the cathedral parish community of St. Petri. It is located outside the former inner city wall, east of the Reichenturm on the historic salt market.
Michaeliskirche of Bautzen is located near Alte Wasserkunst on the southwest arch of Felssporn above the Spree River, on which the Old City of Bautzen was built. The square between the church, the water art and the inner and outer walls is known as the Vendishe Churchyard.
5. Dom St. Petri
St. Peter's Cathedral is an interdenominational church in Bautzen, Germany. It is among the oldest and largest simultaneum churches in Germany. Located in the heart of the city's "Old Town", the church and the square it is situated within is a major tourist attraction.
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