7 Sights in Bernau bei Berlin, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Bernau bei Berlin, 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 7 sights are available in Bernau bei Berlin, Germany.

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1. Kriegerdenkmal Viktoria (1890)

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The Bonau City War Memorial, near Berlin, was built in 1890. It shows a statue of Victoria, the goddess of victory, standing on a pillar. It was created in William style according to the plan of sculptor Friedrich Thiel, and was honored at the inauguration ceremony on January 19th. It is located to the north of the historic city wall. The monument was originally dedicated to soldiers killed in the 1864 German-Danish War, the 1866 Prussian-Austrian War and the 1870/71 Franco-German War. Later, a monument commemorating the Battle of Leipzig was included.

Wikipedia: Kriegerdenkmal (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE)

2. Kantorhaus

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The Kantorhaus is the oldest surviving half-timbered house in Bernau near Berlin, Barnim. The listed building was built in 1583 in the Tuchmachergasse, today's Tuchmacherstraße, by the Bernau citizens Pieper, Henzen and Kogge. An inscription following the entire length of the house refers to the builders, which reads: "Anno Domini 1582 these stalls of the churches were freely requested for the best free requested by R. Johann Pipern and anno 1583 by ime and Matthias Henzen and Lorentz Koggen as caste lords Got to honor been built. Amen."

Wikipedia: Kantorhaus Bernau (DE)

3. Henkerhaus

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The Henkerhaus 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.

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4. Denkmal für Gefallene der Roten Armee (1947)

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The honorary cemetery for fallen soldiers 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 complex was designed in the art workshops of Professor Lauermann.

Wikipedia: Ehrenfriedhof für Gefallene der Roten Armee (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE)

5. St. Marien

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Sankt Marien Kirche (St. Mary's Church) is the Protestant parish church of Bernau bei 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 equipment.

Wikipedia: St. Marien (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE)

6. Herz-Jesu-Kirche

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The Herz-Jesu-Kirche is a Roman Catholic parish church in the town of Bernau bei 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 station.

Wikipedia: Herz-Jesu-Kirche (Bernau) (DE)

7. Deserteursdenkmal (1998)

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The Deserter Memorial 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 passage of the historic city wall of the village.

Wikipedia: Deserteurdenkmal (Bernau bei Berlin) (DE)

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