27 Sights in Bielefeld, Germany (with Map and Images)

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1. Merkurbrunnen

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The Merkurbrunnen in Bielefeld is a work by Herbert Volwahsen. The 5.50 m long stone bowl was erected in 1963 in front of Bankhaus Lampe on the Alter Markt in Bielefeld as the final point of reconstruction after the Second World War. Designed in the style of the 1960s, the fountain soon became a landmark of the city. On a bronze semicircle, similar to a globe, floats the 2.70 m tall Mercury in a moving pose, holding his staff in his right hand. On the helmet and on the sandals, only briefly indicated, the small wings are recognizable. The clouds above which the Greek god floats are symbolized by small fountains of water.

Wikipedia: Merkurbrunnen (Bielefeld) (DE)

2. Ebberg

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Mount Eberger is 309.1 meters above sea level. NHN hoher Berg, southeast of Bielefeld. It belongs to the main ridge of the Teutoburg Forest, in which area the Teutoburg Forest is the regional boundary between the Senne and Stieghorst districts of Bielefeld. Hermannsweg crosses the summit, which stands the Bielefeld Bismarck Tower, called Iron Anton, built in 1895 and renovated in 2004; About 200 meters to the east, a 21-meter-high British Army radio tower; From there again about. 300 meters to the east is a city pumping station.

Wikipedia: Ebberg (Bielefeld) (DE)

3. Leineweberdenkmal

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With the Sparragenburg, the Leine Wirmal is one of the most important landmarks of the city of Bielefeld. It is located east of the old town Nicolaikirche in the Altstädter Kirchpark. It was created in 1909 by the sculptor Hans Perathoner, who had headed the sculpture class at the Bielefeld craftsman and arts and crafts school since 1907. Like the county monument in Jöllenbeck, it was inaugurated on July 16, 1909 on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the county of Ravensberg.

Wikipedia: Leineweberdenkmal (DE)

4. Johannisberg

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The Johannisberg is a 200 m high part of the northern ridge of the Teutoburg Forest in Bielefeld. Together with the opposite Sparrenberg, which carries the Sparrenburg, it borders the northeast end of the Bielefeld Pass. The barely more than 4 km long section of the ridge between the Bielefeld Pass and the cut of the Johannesbach is not very structured. The Johannisberg is joined by the 226 m high Ochsenberg with the Ochsenheide, followed by the 209 m high Stecklenbrink.

Wikipedia: Johannisberg (Teutoburger Wald) (DE)

5. Marienkirche Jöllenbeck

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The Marienkirche Jöllenbeck is one of the three parish churches in the united Evangelical-Lutheran reconciliation parish of Jöllenbeck in the Bielefeld district and borough of Jöllenbeck. Today's "new" St. Mary's Church from 1854 replaces the previous medieval building, which was demolished in 1877. It is a listed building and has the status of a patronage church according to the old state church law.

Wikipedia: Marienkirche (Jöllenbeck) (DE), Website

6. Rudolf-Oetker-Halle

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The Rudolf-Oetker-Halle (ROH) is the concert hall of Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was built from 1928 to 1930 after designs by Düsseldorf architects Tietmann & Haake, opened on 31 October 1930. The listed monument is mostly in the original state and has excellent acoustics. The hall has been managed by the Theater Bielefeld from 2018. It is the home of the Bielefelder Philharmoniker.

Wikipedia: Rudolf-Oetker-Halle (EN), Website

7. Epiphaniaskirche Vilsendorf

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The Epiphany Church is one of the three parish churches in the united Evangelical-Lutheran reconciliation parish of Jöllenbeck in the Bielefeld district and borough of Jöllenbeck. It is named after Epiphany. The modern sacred building, inaugurated in 1963, is visible from afar through its church tower in the form of a cross and can be assigned to the architectural style of Brutalism.

Wikipedia: Epiphaniaskirche (Vilsendorf) (DE), Website

8. Burg und Festung Sparrenberg

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Sparrenberg Castle, also known as the Sparrenburg, is a restored fortress in the Bielefeld-Mitte district of Bielefeld, Germany. It is situated on the Sparrenberg hill in the Teutoburg Forest and towers 60 metres (200 ft) above the city centre. Its current appearance mainly originated in the 16th and 19th century. The Sparrenburg is considered to be Bielefeld's landmark.

Wikipedia: Sparrenberg Castle (EN), Website, Wikimedia_commons

9. Jakobuskirche

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The Evangelical-Lutheran Jakobuskirche in the Bielefeld district of Mitte, Jakobusstraße 3, was built in 1912 in a mixture of Art Nouveau and Reform architecture. Initially, the church did not include the large parish hall and the church tower, but only the nave. In the past, this was also used for meetings and other community events in addition to church services.

Wikipedia: Jakobuskirche Bielefeld (DE), Website

10. NaMu - Naturkunde-Museum

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The Natural History Museum in Bielefeld is a natural history museum in the city of Bielefeld in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Since 2003, it was given the additional name namu, which stands for the German words Natur (nature), Mensch (man), and Umwelt (environment). The exhibitions take place in the Spiegelshof, a historical building from the 14th century.

Wikipedia: Natural History Museum, Bielefeld (EN), Website

11. Deutsches Fächermuseum

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The German Fan Museum is an applied art museum specializing in fans located in Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia. The foundation was founded in 1994 by Marie-Luise and Günter Barisch. The museum opened in 1995. It is unique in Germany and one of only three museums of its kind in the world. It is located on Bach Street in the old city of Bielefeld.

Wikipedia: Deutsches Fächer Museum – Barisch Stiftung (DE), Website

12. Synagoge Beit Tikwa

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The Jewish Community of Bielefeld is a religious community founded in Bielefeld in 1705, whose beginnings can be found in the 14th century. Today it is a member of the Landesverband der Jüdische Gemeinden von Westfalen-Lippe as the Jüdische Kultusgemeinde Bielefeld. In addition, she has joined the Union of Progressive Jews in Germany.

Wikipedia: Jüdische Gemeinde Bielefeld (DE), Website

13. Historisches Museum

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The Historical Museum of the City of Bielefeld shows the history of the city of Bielefeld and the East Westphalia-Lippe region with a focus on industrial history. It was opened in May 1994. The exhibition is housed in some halls of the former Ravensberger spinning mill, making it immersed in the atmosphere of industrialization.

Wikipedia: Historisches Museum der Stadt Bielefeld (DE), Website

14. Ich

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An ego monument is a sculpture that was first erected in the city of Frankfurt am Main. The work of the artist Hans Traxler in collaboration with the stonemason Reiner Uhl has been on display since 24 March 2005 in the Oberrad district, in the Mainuferanlage between Rudererdorf and Gerbermühle in Frankfurt's green belt.

Wikipedia: Ich-Denkmal (DE)

15. Ruine Stiftskirche in Müdehorst

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Müdehorst Abbey, also known as Müdehorst Abbey, was founded around 789 in today's Niederdornberg-Deppendorf district in the Bielefeld district of Dornberg. It was thus one of the oldest monastic institutions in Westphalia. It was soon abandoned in favour of Herford Abbey.

Wikipedia: Kloster Müdehorst (DE), Website

16. Süsterkirche

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The Süsterkirche of the former Augustinian convent Mariental is today the parish church of the Evangelical-Reformed community in the East Westphalian city of Bielefeld. It is located in the northern old town on the eponymous Süsterplatz and thus in the district Mitte.

Wikipedia: Süsterkirche (DE), Website

17. Altes Rathaus

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The Old Town Hall is the administrative seat built in 1904 in the East Westphalian city of Bielefeld in the district of Mitte. The originally oldest town hall in the city on the Alter Markt was rebuilt after war damage in the 1950s and today houses the Theater am Markt.

Wikipedia: Altes Rathaus (Bielefeld) (DE)

18. Bauernhausmuseum

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The Bauernhausmuseum Bielefeld is a museum in the district of Gadderbaum in the East Westphalian city of Bielefeld in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The museum is located in the Bielefeld city forest and is one of the oldest open-air museums in Westphalia.

Wikipedia: Bauernhausmuseum Bielefeld (DE), Website

19. Peterskirche Kirchdornberg

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St. Peter zu Kirchdornberg today belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran parish in the Bielefeld district of Dornberg in the Bielefeld church district of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia. The church is the oldest sacred building in today's city of Bielefeld.

Wikipedia: Peterskirche Kirchdornberg (DE), Website

20. Zwergenhöhle

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The dwarf cave is a karst cave on the south ridge of the Teutoburg Forest in the Senne district of Bielefeld. The natural monument is part of the nature reserve "Eastern Teutoburger Wald" and represents the only natural cave in the urban area of Bielefeld.

Wikipedia: Zwergenhöhle (Bielefeld) (DE)

21. Altstädter Nicolaikirche

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Altstädter Nicolaikirche is the oldest church in the former downtown area of Bielefeld. It is the Church of the Old City Evangelical Lutheran Church Nicolaikirchengemeinde. This church is named after Nicholas of Mara. It is located in Mitte.

Wikipedia: Altstädter Nicolaikirche (DE), Website

22. Stadtpalais Habichtshöhe

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This is a list of listed buildings in Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. These monuments are registered in the monument list of the city of Bielefeld; The basis for inclusion is the Monument Protection Act of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Wikipedia: Liste_der_Baudenkmäler_in_Bielefeld (DE)

23. Wasserschloss Milse

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Milse is a district of the independent city of Bielefeld in North Rhine-Westphalia and belongs to the northeastern district of Heepen. Until 1972 Milse was an independent community in the Heepen office of the Bielefeld district.

Wikipedia: Milse (DE)

24. Botanischer Garten

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The Botanischer Garten Bielefeld is a municipal botanical garden located beside the southeast edge of the Teutoburger Wald at Am Kahlenberg 16, Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is open daily without charge.

Wikipedia: Botanischer Garten Bielefeld (EN)

25. Neustädter Marienkirche

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The Evangelical Lutheran Neustädter Marienkirche is the largest church in Bielefeld. The church, built in the Gothic style from 1293, is a defining element of Bielefeld's cityscape and is located in the Mitte district.

Wikipedia: Neustädter Marienkirche (DE), Website

26. Kreuzkirche

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The Kreuzkirche in the Bielefeld district of Sennestadt is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church. It is located in the immediate vicinity of the Sennestadthaus on the B68. The church is an architectural monument.

Wikipedia: Kreuzkirche (Bielefeld-Sennestadt) (DE), Website

27. Pauluskirche

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The Pauluskirche in the Bielefeld district of Mitte is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church. It is located in the northeastern inner city on Paulusstraße and August-Bebel-Straße in the Mitte district.

Wikipedia: Pauluskirche (Bielefeld) (DE), Website, Architect Wikipedia


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