12 Sights in Bernau bei Berlin, Germany (with Map and Images)
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1. Kriegerdenkmal Viktoria (1890)
The war memorial of the city of Bernau near Berlin was erected in 1890. It depicts a statue of Victoria, the goddess of victory, standing on a column. It was built according to plans by the sculptor Friedrich Thiele in the Wilhelmine style and was located at the northern passage of the historic city wall when it was inaugurated on 19 October 1890. Originally, the monument commemorated the fallen soldiers of the city from the German-Danish War in 1864, the Austro-Prussian War in 1866 and the German-French War in 1870/71. Later, the commemoration of the Battle of Leipzig was also included in the monument.
Wikipedia: Kriegerdenkmal (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE), Heritage Website
The Kantorhaus is the oldest surviving half-timbered house in Bernau near Berlin, Barnim. The listed building was built in 1583 in Tuchmachergasse, today's Tuchmacherstraße, by the citizens of Bernau Pieper, Henzen and Kogge. An inscription following the entire length of the house refers to the builders, which reads: "Anno Domini 1582 these booths of the churches were freely requested by R. Johann Pipern and anno 1583 by ime and Matthias Henzen and Lorentz Koggen as box lords Got were built in honor. Amen."
3. Saal Alt Lobetal
The Alt Lobetal Hall is a cultural monument located in the Lobetal district of the city of Bernau. It developed from an earlier small church, which had been consecrated in 1892 as St. Mark's Chapel in what was then Old Berlin. When the chapel here was too small and replaced by a larger church, the congregation sold the half-timbered church completely. It was rebuilt for the homeless shelter in Lobetal and consecrated in 1909. The congregation and church were given the name of Lazarus.
4. Dorfkirche Ladeburg
The Protestant village church of Ladeburg is a fieldstone ashlar building of the 13th century with a fourfold staggered floor plan, which includes the apse, retracted choir, nave and tower. However, the tower is made of brick and was only added in 1853 as part of a major remodelling, as was the sacristy-like extension on the south side of the choir. The church is located on the triangular village green next to the village pond in the middle of the cross-shaped village complex.
5. ADGB Trade Union School
The ADGB Trade Union School, is a training centre complex in Bernau bei Berlin, Germany. It was built for the former General German Trade Union Federation, from 1928 to 1930. It is a textbook example of Bauhaus functionalist architecture, both in the finished product and in the analytical and collaborative approach used develop the design and complete the project. Next to the Bauhaus Dessau building, it was the second-largest project ever undertaken by the Bauhaus.
6. Dorfkirche Börnicke
The Protestant village church of Börnicke is an early Gothic fieldstone church in the Börnicke district of Bernau near Berlin in the district of Barnim in Brandenburg. It belongs to the parish of Bernau in the Barnim church district of the Evangelical Church of Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia and can be visited by appointment.
Wikipedia: Dorfkirche Börnicke (Bernau) (DE), Website, Heritage Website
The Executioner's House is a listed residential building in the center of Bernau near Berlin (Brandenburg). It was built in the first half of the 18th century as a half-timbered house in post-and-beam construction. During the reconstruction of the building in the 19th century, it received its plaster façade, which still exists today.
8. Wasserturm Bernau
The Bernau Water Tower is a listed water tower in Bernau near Berlin, built between 1910 and 1911. The tower, designed in the neo-Gothic style, is owned by Stadtwerke Bernau, it served as a drinking water supply until 1995 and has been used for cultural purposes since its decommissioning.
The Herz-Jesu-Kirche is a Roman Catholic parish church in the town of Bernau near Berlin (Brandenburg) in the Archdiocese of Berlin. It was built in 1907/1908 according to plans by the architect Paul Ueberholz as a single-nave hall church near the railway station.
Wikipedia: Herz-Jesu-Kirche (Bernau) (DE), Website, Heritage Website
10. Denkmal für Gefallene der Roten Armee (1947)
The cemetery of honour for the fallen of the Red Army in Bernau near Berlin (Brandenburg) was built in 1947 in the ramparts in front of the northern city wall opposite the war memorial. The facility was designed in the art workshops of Professor Lauermann.
Wikipedia: Ehrenfriedhof für Gefallene der Roten Armee (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE), Heritage Website
11. Deserteursdenkmal (1998)
The Deserter Monument in Bernau near Berlin is a bronze relief by the Biesenthal sculptor Friedrich Schötschel. It was installed on 15 May 1998, the "Day of Conscientious Objectors", at the northern culvert of the historic city wall of the village.
12. St. Marien
The Church of St. Mary is the Protestant parish church of Bernau near Berlin in Brandenburg, Germany. The late Gothic church building is the dominant building of the historic old town of Bernau and has a remarkably rich historical interior.
Wikipedia: St. Marien (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE), Website, Heritage Website
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