10 Sights in Berg, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Berg, 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 10 sights are available in Berg, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Berg

1. Mariä Himmelfahrt

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The Catholic parish and pilgrimage church Mariä Himmelfahrt in Aufkirchen, a district of Berg am Starnberger See in the Upper Bavarian district of Starnberg, is a late Gothic building from around 1500, which was built on the site of smaller predecessor churches. Located high above the eastern shore of Lake Starnberg, the church is one of the protected architectural monuments in Bavaria.

Wikipedia: Mariä Himmelfahrt (Aufkirchen) (DE)

2. Schloss Benzenhofen

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Schloss Benzenhofen near Berg in the district of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg was built from 1898 to 1901 by Otto Benze, who called himself Benze von Benzenhofen. Benze's possessions, including a collection of paintings and art in the castle, were auctioned off in 1932. Later, Franz von Papen lived in an apartment in the castle and wrote his memoirs there from 1949.

Wikipedia: Schloss Benzenhofen (DE)

3. Oskar-Maria-Graf

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Oskar Maria Graf was a German-American writer who wrote several narratives about life in Bavaria, mostly autobiographical. In the beginning, Graf wrote under his real name Oskar Graf. After 1918, his works for newspapers were signed with the pseudonym Oskar Graf-Berg; only for those of his works he regarded as "worth reading", he used the name Oskar Maria Graf.

Wikipedia: Oskar Maria Graf (EN)

4. Berg Castle

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Berg Palace is a manor house situated on the east bank of Lake Starnberg in the village of Berg in Upper Bavaria, Germany. The site became widely known as the last residence of King Ludwig II of Bavaria and location of his disputed death. Today, it serves as residence of Franz, Duke of Bavaria, head of the house of Wittelsbach.

Wikipedia: Berg Palace (Bavaria) (EN)

5. St. Johannes Baptist

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The branch church of St. Johannes Baptist in Berg, a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Starnberg, was probably originally built in the 12th century. The church at Grafstraße 4, directly on the edge of the steep slope high above Lake Starnberg, is a protected monument.

Wikipedia: St. Johannes Baptist (Berg am Starnberger See) (DE)

6. Jakobuskirche

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St.-Jakobus-Kirche Berg is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in Berg, Upper Franconia, Germany. The church serves the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Berg as a parish church. The community belongs to the deanery of Hof of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bavaria.

Wikipedia: Jakobuskirche (Berg) (DE), Url

7. Schloss Vischel

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Vischel Castle (German: Schloss Vischel) is a moated castle in the village of Vischel in the municipality of Berg in the district of Ahrweiler in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It lies above the Vischelbach valley between Berg and the Altenahr district of Kreuzberg.

Wikipedia: Schloss Vischel (DE)

8. St. Stephanus

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St. Stephan is a Roman Catholic branch church of the parish of the Assumption of Mary in Aufkirchen. It is located in the village of Mörlbach in the municipality of Berg in the Upper Bavarian district of Starnberg.

Wikipedia: St. Stephan (Mörlbach) (DE)

9. Bismarckturm Assenhausen

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The Bismarck Tower near Assenhausen on Lake Starnberg is a Bismarck monument, the planning and construction of which was begun during Otto von Bismarck's lifetime. It is one of thirteen Bismarck towers in Bavaria.

Wikipedia: Bismarckturm (Berg-Assenhausen) (DE), Website

10. Schloss Allmannshausen

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The Allmannshausen Castle (Unterallmannshausen) is located in Assenbucher Straße 101 in the Allmannshausen district of the municipality of Berg. It is only separated from the Starnberger See through the street.

Wikipedia: Schloss Allmannshausen (DE)


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