6 Sights in Binz, Germany (with Map and Images)
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1. Oldtimer Museum Rügen
The Oldtimer Museum Rügen, formerly Eisenbahn & Technik Museum Rügen, is a car and a railway museum not far from the listed KdF building Prora on Rügen. Since 1994, locomotives and other exhibits of the Deutsche Reichsbahn, but also of other railway administrations, have been on display near Prora station on the Lietzow–Binz line in a 10,000 m² hall and on an outdoor area: 03 002, disguised like 03 193 and the two streamlined engines 05 001 and 002, with a power shell cladding reproduced by the Reichsbahnausbesserungswerk Meiningen. 44 397 with the EDP number 044 397-8 valid in the common classification scheme of DR and DB 50 3703, formerly 50 877 ÖBB 1118 Soviet steam locomotive P36-123 DB road scooter with a Kaelble tractor type K633 Steam snow blower Automobile Truck Fire engines, e.g. of the brands Magirus-Deutz and IFA
2. Koloss von Prora - Südflügel 2
Prora is a village in the municipality of Binz on the island of Rügen, Germany. It is located directly on the Baltic Sea coast in the center of the Prorer Wiek and emerged from the KdF seaside resort of Rügen, which was built between 1936 and 1939 but remained unfinished. In the complex, 20,000 people should be able to go on holiday at the same time through the organization Kraft durch Freude (KdF). The beginning of the Second World War in 1939 prevented its completion as a seaside resort. Instead, Prora became a barracks of the National People's Army (NVA) after the war, inseparably linked to the development of the GDR – from the covert rearmament since 1949 to the Peaceful Revolution in 1989. The name derives from the Prora, a wooded range of hills in the southern part of the Schmale Heide.
3. Evangelische Kirche Binz
Binz Village Church is home to the Protestant diocese of Binz on Lugen Island. Since 2012, it has been part of the Provost of Stralsonde, the Pomeranian Protestant circle of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in northern Germany. Before that, it belonged to Stralsonde Parish of Pomeranian Protestant Church.
4. Naturerbe Zentrum RÜGEN
The Naturerbe-Zentrum Rügen is a nature experience centre in Prora on the island of Rügen, Germany. It opened on 15 June 2013 and offers a treetop walkway with an observation tower, as well as experiential exhibitions, guided tours and information on the surrounding ecosystems.
5. Filialkirche Stella Maris
Stella Maris is the Catholic church in Binz on Rügen. The original simple, white plastered hall building with stepped gable from the 1920s was extended in 2009/2010 by a modern rotunda. The old church became a foyer, confessional room and sacristy.
6. Jagdschloss Granitz
Granitz Hunting Lodge is located on the German island of Rügen in the vicinity of the seaside resort of Binz. With over 200,000 visitors per year it is the most popular castle or schloss in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Wikipedia: Granitz Hunting Lodge (EN), Website, Wikimedia_commons
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