5 Sights in Bingen, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Bingen, 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 5 sights are available in Bingen, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Bingen

1. Ruine Hindenburgbrücke

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The Hindenburg Bridge was a railway bridge over the Rhine between Rüdesheim in the German state of Hesse and Bingen-Kempten state of Rhineland-Palatinate, named in 1918 after Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, later German President. The bridge was put in service in 1915, destroyed in the Second World War and never rebuilt.

Wikipedia: Hindenburg Bridge (EN)

2. Burg Klopp

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Klopp Castle is a castle in the town of Bingen am Rhein in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. In the nineteenth century, the bergfried from the original medieval fortified castle was restored and a new building added which houses the town's administration.

Wikipedia: Klopp Castle (EN)

3. Ruine Hornstein

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Ruine Hornstein Roland Nonnenmacher / Attribution

Hornstein Castle is the ruin of a high -altitude castle on a spur -like back of the rock above the Lauchert at around 630 m above sea level. NN at the Hornstein district of Bingen in the Sigmaringen district in Baden-Württemberg. It was first mentioned in 1244.

Wikipedia: Ruine Hornstein (Bingen) (DE), Website

4. Katholische Kirche St. Gordianus und Epimachus

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Katholische Kirche St. Gordianus und Epimachus Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

The old Catholic parish church of St. Gordianus and Epimachus in Bingen-Dietersheim dates back to the 8th century in its beginnings. The church is located on the southwest side of the town on the former cemetery with honorary graves.

Wikipedia: St. Gordianus und Epimachus (Dietersheim) (DE)

5. Alter Binger Rheinkran

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Alter Binger Rheinkran Peter Weller in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch (Originaltext: Peter Weller) / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The old Binger Rheinkran is a wooden tower tret crane in Bingen am Rhein from around 1787. The harbor crane with a rotating boom and dome roof stands next to the former customs administration on the former port area.

Wikipedia: Rheinkran (Bingen) (DE)


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