76 Sights in Bonn, Germany (with Map and Images)

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1. Langer Eugen

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Langer Eugen is an office tower in the Gronau district of Bonn, Germany. It was built between 1966 and 1969. Since 2006 it has housed several United Nations organizations. Until the German Bundestag (parliament) moved to Berlin in 1999, the building was the primary location for the offices of the members of the Bundestag. After renovations, eleven UN organizations moved into the building and it began serving as the center of the UN Campus, Bonn. Langer Eugen is protected as a landmark or listed building under the North Rhine-Westphalia Monument Protection Law. It is currently the second-tallest building in Bonn and the 43rd tallest building in Germany. When it was built it was briefly the second-tallest building in Germany, behind the Bayer-Hochhaus.

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2. Dietkirche

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The name Dietkirchen Bonn stands for several terms that had an important role in the history of today's federal city of Bonn and its region. So Dietkirche was not only the name of a first Christian church, but also the names of an early settlement that had formed around the church. Dietkirchen also became the name of the later parish district (Sprengel) and also the name of a monastery founded by the church, from which the St. Petrus Abbey later emerged in Dietkirchen. In addition to the monastic start-ups in Vilich (978) and Schwarzrheindorf (1151), the Dietkirchen monastery was one of the first religious and female conventions in the Bonn area. The Dietkirchen Abbey was canceled under the French administration in 1802 and its property confiscated.

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3. Villa Hammerschmidt

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Hammerschmidt Villa is a villa in the German city of Bonn that served as the primary official seat and primary official residence of the President of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1950 until 1994. President Richard von Weizsäcker made Bellevue Palace in Berlin his primary official seat and residence in 1994. In German, the Villa is also called the "White House of Bonn", and served as a political symbol of West Germany and its capital Bonn. Since 1994, the Hammerschmidt Villa has been the secondary official seat and secondary official residence of the President of Germany. The President's standard is flown above Hammerschmidt Villa when the President is in Bonn.

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4. Bismarckturm Bad Godesberg

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The Bismarck Tower in Bad Godesberg was built as the third Bismarck Tower in the current area of the city of Bonn. The still existing Bismarck column in the Rheinaue in Bonn-Gronau was already completed in 1901, and the wooden Bismarck Tower on the Venusberg in Bonn-Kessenich was inaugurated in 1894; The wooden tower had to be demolished in 1912 and was not rebuilt later. The Godesberger Bismarck Tower is located on the Wacholderhöhe on Elisabethstrasse in the Alt-Godesberg district. The tower is under monument protection, the registration took place in 1988 with the note that the building was clearly influenced by Henry van de Velde's Art Nouveau architecture.

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5. Sankt Josef

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Beuel-Mitte is a district in the Beuel district of Bonn, Germany. It lies between the Rhine River in the west, the railway line in the east, Bröltalbahnweg in the north and Rosenweg in the south. Beuel-Mitte grew out of the former village settlement and grew into a core town due to its central bridge location. Because of its central location between central Bonn and the higher-priced Rhine-Seeger district, which is mainly historic buildings, as well as numerous higher-priced new buildings, and various leisure, shopping and cultural infrastructures, the area is considered a "high-end" residential area.

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6. Palais Schaumburg

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Palais Schaumburg is a neoclassical-style building in Bonn, Germany, which served as the primary official seat of the German Federal Chancellery and the primary official residence of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1949 until 1976. As the headquarters of the Federal Chancellery, it was simply known as the House of the Federal Chancellor. Since 2001, Palais Schaumburg has served as the secondary official seat of the German Federal Chancellery and the secondary official residence of the Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany.

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7. Marterkapelle

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The Marterkapelle, including the murder chapel, is a church building built between 1719 and 1721 in the Bonn district of Eendenich at the foot of the Kreuzberg, which from 1888, together with other buildings, belonged to a Benedictine monastery. The chapel is at a low distance from the Kreuzbergkirche and as part of the former monastery as a monument protection. After the dissolution of the Benedictine monastery in 2001, the buildings have been used as a seminar Redemptoris Mater in sponsoring the Archdiocese of Cologne since 2002.

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8. St. Adelheidis-Kapelle

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The Chapel of St. Adelhaidis is located in Adelhaidis Square in Pützchen-Bechlinghoven District of Bonn. It is a pilgrimage chapel dedicated to St. Adelhead von Willich. The present chapel was built in 1769 and sits next to the Adelheidis Fountain as a protected monument. It has been a pilgrimage destination since the Middle Ages. The chapel building is a small, stucco, single-nave hall church with a low three-sided choir, a squeezed barrel vault and a roof vault on the northwest side of the roof facing away from the street.

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9. Kommende Ramersdorf (Schloßhotel)

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The Teutonic Order of Ramersdorf in Ramersdorf, a district of the Bonn district of Beuel, was founded around 1230 and existed as the coming of the Teutonic Order until secularization in 1803. Subsequently, the buildings and properties preserved in Ramersdorf went into changing private ownership. After a fire in 1842, the entire complex was rebuilt in the Neo-Gothic style. In the early 1970s, a citizens' initiative succeeded in preserving the building during the construction of the motorway junction of the A 59 and A 562.

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10. Rigal'sche Kapelle

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The Rigal’s chapel is an Protestant chapel in the center of Bad Godesberg, a district of Bonn. It is located on the corner of Kurfürstenallee/Friedrich-Ebert-Straße opposite the so-called "Rigal’s Wiese" directly north of the former Chinese embassy. It is used by the Evangelical Johannes church community in Bad Godesberg, the Evangelical Francophone municipality and the regional convention West of the high-church St. Johannes Brotherhood and since July 2017 by the “Bonn” initiative.

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11. Ehemaliger Deutscher Bundestag

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Ehemaliger Deutscher Bundestag
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The Bundeshaus is a building complex in Bonn, Germany, which served as the Provisional Parliament House of West Germany, and thus the seat of the German Bundestag and Bundesrat, from 1949 until 1999. The main building, constructed between 1930 and 1933, served as a Pedagogical Academy until the end of the Second World War. After the resolution of the Hauptstadtfrage in 1949 in favor of Bonn, the structure was converted into the provisional seat of the Bundestag and Bundesrat.

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12. Burgwüstung Steiner Häuschen

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Steiner Häuschen is the relic of a medieval castle in Oberkassel, Beuel district, Bonn. = = quote = = = = external link = = = = quote = = Earl of Molbach was a member of the Molbach family at the end of the 12th century. Before 1210, Countess Albertis von Molbach donated the "Hestbach" estate to Hestbach, a Cidorian monastery. The tower of the complex was destroyed by lightning around 1217 and has not been rebuilt, according to a report by Caesareus von Hestbach.

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13. Bonner Münster

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Bonn Minster is a Roman Catholic church in Bonn. It is one of Germany's oldest churches, having been built between the 11th and 13th centuries. At one point the church served as the de facto cathedral for the Archbishopric of Cologne, because it is the major church of what was then the Archbishop-Elector's residence. It is now a minor basilica. It served as the inspiration for the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin, as Kaiser Wilhelm II had studied in Bonn.

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14. Altes Stadthaus

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The Altes Stadthaus is a former administration building in Bonn, built for the French occupation forces after World War I. It was designed by the Munich architect German Bestelmeyer in 1922. Construction was completed in 1924–25. The building most recently served as a public library and administration building. As of 2012, the Altes Stadthaus is being renovated and extended as a "House of Learning", which will accommodate the community college and the library.

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15. Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland

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Haus der Geschichte is a museum of contemporary history in Bonn, Germany. With around one million visitors every year, it is one of the most popular German museums. The Haus der Geschichte is, as well as the "Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig", the "Tränenpalast" am Bahnhof Friedrichstraße and the "Museum in the Kulturbrauerei" part of the Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Foundation. The foundation's place of business is Bonn.

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16. St. Mariä Heimsuchung

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St. Mariä Heimsuchung Prof. emeritus Hans Schneider (Geyersberg) / CC BY 3.0

The Roman Catholic Church of St. Mariä Visitation is in the district of Impekoven of the Alfter municipality in the Rhein-Sieg district, not far from Bonn. It was built in 1968/1969 according to plans by the architect Gottfried Böhm, the patronal feast of Mariä is visited and is a branch church of St. Mariä Himmelfahrt (Oedekoven) in the parish community of Alfter. The church building has been a monument protection as a monument since 2018.

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17. Altes Wasserwerk

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The Alte Wasserwerk is an ensemble of buildings in Bonn, whose pump house housed the plenary hall of the German Bundestag from 1986 to 1992/93. It dates back to the end of the 19th century and used to serve the city's water supply. Today it contains office and conference rooms. It is located above the banks of the Rhine (Stresemannufer) near the Bundeshaus in the district of Gronau with the address Hermann-Ehlers-Straße 29.

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18. Kreuzbergkirche

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The Kreuzbergkirche is a church building in the Endenich district of Bonn, which was built on the summit of Bavaria until 1627 on behalf of the Elector and Archbishop of Cologne, Ferdinand of Bavaria. The towers of the church are visible from large parts of Bonn and the fuel. It is a monument protection as an overall system including the holy staircase, the monastery building and three stations of the cross as a monument.

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19. Römerkran

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Römerkran Google scan of 1864 book by Henry Mayhew & John Binny / Public domain

A treadwheel, or treadmill, is a form of engine typically powered by humans. It may resemble a water wheel in appearance, and can be worked either by a human treading paddles set into its circumference (treadmill), or by a human or animal standing inside it (treadwheel). These devices are no longer used for power or punishment, and the term "treadmill" has come to mean an exercise machine for running or walking in place.

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20. Hofgarten

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The Hofgarten is a park in Bonn, Germany. It belongs partly to the city centre, partly to the Südstadt and borders in the northwest on the main building of the Bonn University, the Electoral Palace. In the 18th century, the park was created as a garden for the residence of Elector Clemens August. Nowadays, the Bonn Hofgarten is a popular local recreation area due to its central location, especially among students.

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21. Lord Byron

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George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron, simply known as Lord Byron, was an English poet and peer. One of the leading figures of the Romantic movement, Byron is regarded as one of the greatest English poets. He remains widely read and influential. Among his best-known works are the lengthy narrative poems Don Juan and Childe Harold's Pilgrimage; many of his shorter lyrics in Hebrew Melodies also became popular.

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22. Schumannhaus und Schumann-Grabmal

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The Schumann House in Bonn was the home where German composer Robert Schumann died in Endnich, Bonn. At the time, it was home to a private psychiatric hospital. It also includes other famous figures such as painters Carl Gates, Mihaly von Moncathy and Alfred Ressel. Today, the house is a memorial, used as a museum and music library in the city of Bonn. Schumann House is listed as a historical monument.

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23. Kanzler-Teehaus

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The Chancellor Tea House is a pavilion in the park of the Palais Schaumburg in the Bonn district of Gronau. It was built in 1955 on the banks of the Rhine (Wilhelm-Spiritus-Ufer) and used by the Federal Chancellors of the Federal Republic of Germany for confidential discussions, partly also for private purposes. As part of the area of the former Federal Chancellery, the teahouse is a listed building.

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24. St. Adelheid-Brunnen

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The Adelheidis Fountain is located in the Bonn district of Pützchen-Bechlinghoven on Adelheidisplatz. The fountain holds a spring that, according to legend, has existed here since 1003. In its present form, the fountain has existed since the middle of the 17th century. It has been an important place of pilgrimage in the region for centuries and is a listed building with the associated stone cross.

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25. Julius Caesar Statue

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Julius Caesar Statue Ángel M. Felicísimo from Mérida, España / Public domain

Gaius Julius Caesar was a Roman general and statesman. A member of the First Triumvirate, Caesar led the Roman armies in the Gallic Wars before defeating his political rival Pompey in a civil war, and subsequently became dictator of Rome from 49 BC until his assassination in 44 BC. He played a critical role in the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire.

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26. Christuskirche

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Christuskirche is a Protestant church, built in the neo-Gothic style in 1863 and 1864, according to the plan of architect Christian Heyden, in the Old Town of Königswinter in the Rhine-Siegel district (North Rhine-Westphalia) and, along with the Resurrection Church of Ittenbach, is one of the two places of sermon in the Protestant diocese of Königswinter. It is listed as a historical monument.

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27. Schloss Rigal

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Rigal Castle is a palace-like villa in the heart of Bonn's Bad Godesberg district, built in 1849. It is located in Kurfürstenallee, opposite the so-called "Rigal'sche Wiese." From 1982 to 1984, Rigal Castle was incorporated into the then newly-built Chinese embassy complex, and until 1999, it was the residence of the Chinese ambassador; it is still used by the People's Republic of China.

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28. Holtorfer Hardt

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Hardt is located in the northeast elevation of the Ennert Mountains in the Holtorf District of Bonn and covers the Siebengebirge Mountains to the north. To distinguish it from Dollendorfer Hardt and another Hardt further south, it is also called Holtorfer Hardt or Ennert-Hardt. It is 150.8 meters above sea level and densely forested, just like the whole western slope of Ennert.

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29. Kurfürstliches Gärtnerhaus

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The Kurfürstliche Gärtnerhaus is located in bonn's Weststadt district on the corner of Wittelsbacherring and Beethovenplatz. The historic building is located on the northeast side of a small park known as a nursery grove. The Baroque building from the second half of the 18th century, together with the remains of the site of the former electoral nursery, is a listed building.

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30. Sankt Maria und Sankt Clemens

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The Doppelkirche Schwarzrheindorf is a Romanesque church in Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The church was once part of a Benedictine nunnery located at Schwarzrheindorf, now part of Bonn. The "double church" has an upper church dedicated to the Virgin Mary and a lower church dedicated to Pope Clement I. The church is famous for its fine 12th-century frescos.

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31. Alte Evangelische Kirche

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The old Evangelical Church in Oberkassel, a district of the Beuel district of Bonn, was built as a parish church from 1683 to 1685 and rebuilt after its destruction in 1689 to 1698. It is located in the town center on the corner of Königswinterer Straße/Zipperstraße. The church building, including surrounding grave slabs, is a monument protection as a monument.

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32. Kunstforum Palastweiher

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Wilhelm-Auguste-Viktoria-Haus is a villa with an attached gym built in 1908 and 1910/11 in the town of Königswinter in the Rhine-Siegel district of North Rhine-Westphalia. The building is located in Winzerstraße, east of the railway line on the right bank of the Rhine River. It is considered a monument today as an urban activity and cultural building.

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33. Botanischer Garten

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The Botanische Gärten der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, also known as the Botanischer Garten Bonn, is a botanical garden and arboretum maintained by the University of Bonn. It is located at Meckenheimer Allee 171, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and open except Saturdays in the warmer months; admission is free on weekdays.

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34. Weinbrunnen

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Weinbrunnen ("Weinbrunnen") is a fountain in Königswinter, Rhine-Siegel district, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, built in 1938. It is located on the market square of Drachenfelsstraße, which extends from Hauptstraße to the Rhine River and is located in front of the municipal town hall. This well is listed as a historical monument.

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35. St. Mariä Himmelfahrt

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St. Mariä Himmelfahrt Leit / Public domain

Sankt MarieäHimmelfahrt is a Roman Catholic chapel located in Birlinghoven, St. Augustine District, Rhine-Siegel District, North Rhine-Westphalia. It is part of the Catholic pastoral area of Sankt Augustin in the diocese of the Rhine-Siegel diocese of the Archdiocese of Cologne. The chapel, enshrined in 1874, is a protected monument.

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36. Oberkasseler Menschen

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Oberkassel's double tomb was discovered in 1914 by quarry workers in what is now the Oberkassel district of Bonn. Under flat blocks of basalt, wrapped in a thin layer of red clay, lay the skeleton of a man of about 50 years old, a woman of 20-25 years old, the remains of a dog, the remains of other animals and processed animal bones.

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37. Foveaux-Häuschen

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Foveaux-Häuschen is a historic viewing lodge on the wooded Ennert Ridge in Beuel District on the right bank of the Rhine River in Bonn. It is located in Foveauxweg at an altitude of about 150 meters. NHN is located on the western plateau of Ennert-Berg and belongs to Küdinghoven District. The Rhine River is about 1600 meters away.

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38. Akademisches Kunstmuseum - Antikensammlung der Universität Bonn

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Akademisches Kunstmuseum - Antikensammlung der Universität Bonn / Public domain

Akademisches Kunstmuseum is an art museum in Bonn, Germany. It is the oldest museum in Bonn and houses the antique collection of the University of Bonn with more than 500 antique statues and reliefs, and over 2,000 originals. It is located in a neoclassical building at the southern end of the Hofgarten, near the Electoral Palace.

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39. Dampflok Nr.2

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The Drachenfels Railway is a rack railway line in the North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany. The line runs from Königswinter, on the east bank of the Rhine, to the summit of the Drachenfels mountain at an altitude of 289 m (948 ft). Besides the two terminal stations, an intermediate station serves the Schloss Drachenburg.

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40. Museum Alexander Koenig

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Museum Alexander Koenig Museum Koenig (ZFMK) / Public domain

The Alexander Koenig Zoological Research Museum is a natural history museum and zoological research institution in Bonn, Germany. The museum is named after Alexander Koenig, who donated his collection of specimens to the institution. The museum was opened in 1934 and is affiliated with the Leibniz Association.

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41. Kreuzkirche

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Kreuzkirche is a Protestant church in Bonn, Germany. It has been the church of Kreuzkirchengemeinde since 1871 and the Protestant city church of Bonn. With a capacity of 1,200 seats, it is the largest Protestant church in the Rhineland and the largest in Bonn. Kreuzkirche is listed as a historical monument.

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42. St. Martinus

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St. Martinus Stefan Knauf / Public domain

Sankt Martinus is a Roman Catholic parish church in Niederpleis, Sankt Augustin District, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is part of the Catholic pastoral area of Sankt Augustin in the diocese of the Rhine-Siegel diocese of the Archdiocese of Cologne. The tower of the Romanesque church is preserved.

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43. Trinkpavillon Kurfürstenquelle

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The Electoral Source with Healing Water is located in the city park of the Bonn district of Bad Godesberg. In addition to this healing water source, which is served in the drinking pavilion there, there is a source of draits in the local fountain avenue, where both healing waters are offered for sale.

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44. Palais Fürstenberg

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Bonn's main post office is the former City Palace in Munster Square, built between 1751 and 1753. It was the city's main post office from 1877 to 2008. The entire complex, including the former Parcel Post Office in Bottlerplatz, built between 1906 and 1908, is listed as a historical monument.

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45. St. Remigius-Kirche

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The Catholic parish church of St. Remigius in Königswinter, a city in the North Rhine-Westphalian Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, was built in 1779/80. It is located in the south of the old town on the main street corner of Drachenfelsstraße. The church building is a monument protection as a monument.

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46. Haus Stroof

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Bürgermeister-Stroof-Haus was the residence of Leonhard Stroof (1757-1825), the first mayor of Willich; It was not until 1896 that the headquarters moved to Burr. It is listed as a historical monument due to its Rhine semi-timber structure and "unusual architectural witness in Bonn area".

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47. Freizeitpark Rheinaue

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Rheinau Leisure Park, known by locals as "Rheinau", is a leisure park in Bonn, Germany, covering an area of 160 hectares. The basic features of the park were created during the 1979 Federal Horticultural Exposition south of Bonn's Groenau, then an undeveloped, agricultural floodplain.

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48. Bonn Hauptbahnhof

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Bonn Hauptbahnhof is a railway station located on the left bank of the Rhine along the Cologne–Mainz line. It is the principal station serving the city of Bonn. In addition to extensive rail service from Deutsche Bahn it acts as a hub for local bus, tram, and Stadtbahn services.

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49. Ennert

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The Ennert is the 152.0 m high northwestern elevation of the ennert height of the same name, which is deprived of the Siebengebirge to the north, but is counted as a Pleiser Hügelland (292.5). He rises immediately east of the Küdinghoven district of Bonn in the Beuel district.

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50. Synagoge Tempelstraße

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The synagogue in the Gronau district of Bonn was built in 1958/59. It is located on the Tempelstrasse on the northern edge of the Federal quarter, immediately south of the external office. It is the only synagogue in the city of Bonn and is a monument protection as a monument.

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51. Namen-Jesu-Kirche

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The name-Jesu church is a subsequent gothic church building in Bonngasse in downtown Bonn. The church is owned by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and is used by the old Catholic church in Germany as a cathedral and city church. It is a monument protection as a monument.

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52. Marienkapelle

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The Marienkapelle in Rüngsdorf, a district of the Bonn district of Bad Godesberg, belongs to the Catholic parish of St. Andreas and Evergislus-Rheinviertel in the Deanery Bonn-Bad Godesberg of the Archdiocese of Cologne. The building has been a listed building since 1986.

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53. Kuckstein

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The Kuckstein is a mountain in the Ennert Mountains, which covers the Siebengebirge to the north. It lies east of the Bonn district of Oberkassel on the right bank of the Rhine and north of Römlinghoven, which belongs to Königswinter. Its height is 190 m above sea level.

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54. Villa Heckmann

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The Raiffeisenstraße 3 building is a villa in the Gronau district of Bonn, which was built in 1896/97. It is located above the banks of the Rhine (Wilhelm Spiritus bank) in the immediate vicinity of Villa in the Ingenohl. The villa is a monument protection as a monument.

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55. Lukaskirche

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Lukaskirche is a Lukaskirche church in the Protestant Lukaskirchengemeinde in the Bonn-Castel district, built after the immigration of Protestant citizens after the Second World War. Stadtkirche, located in Kaiser-Karl-Ring 25, was listed as a historical monument in 2007.

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56. Sea Life Königswinter

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The Sea Life Königswinter is one of eight Sea-life centers in Germany. It was opened on December 3, 2005 on the promenade of the city of Königswinter. In 36 pelvis and aquariums, 2000 sea creatures from more than 120 species are presented on 2,000 square meters.

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57. Schlosskirche

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Schlosskirche Daniel Tibi (Dti) | daniel-tibi.de / Public domain

The Electoral Palace in Bonn is the former residential palace of the Prince-Electors of Cologne. Since 1818, it has been the University of Bonn's main building in the city center, home to the University administration and the faculty of humanities and theology.

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58. Arboretum-Park Härle

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The Arboretum Park Härle is a nonprofit arboretum located on the slopes of the Rhine Valley between Bonn and the Seven Mountains at Büchelstraße 40, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is open twice a month during the warmer months; admission is free.

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59. Metropolitankathedrale Agia Trias

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The Cathedral Agia Triass in the Limperich district of Bonn-Beeler is the metropolitan church of the Greek Orthodox Church in Germany, which is organized by Germany as Greek Orthodox Metropoly. It was built in 1977 according to Klaus Hönig plans.

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60. Auferstehungskirche

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Resurrection Church is a Protestant church built in 1950s, which can accommodate up to 500 believers. The intricate landmark of the building, located in Bonn's Venus Fort, at Haager Weg 69/71, has been listed as a historic monument since 1999.

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61. Goldfuß-Museum

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The Goldfoot Museum is a paleontological show in Bonn and with the mineralogical museum part of the Institute for Geosciences at the University of Bonn. It is named after the founder of the museum, the paleontologist Georg August Goldfuß.

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62. Caesarius von Heisterbach

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Caesarius of Heisterbach, sometimes erroneously called, in English, Caesar of Heisterbach, was the prior of a Cistercian monastery, Heisterbach Abbey, which was located in the Siebengebirge, near the small town of Oberdollendorf, Germany.

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63. Juffernberg

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The Juffernberg is a 190.9 m above sea level high mountain of the Ennert, which covers the Siebengebirge to the north. It lies east of the Bonn district of Oberkassel on the right bank of the Rhine in the municipal area of Königswinter.

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64. Villa Prieger

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Prieger Villa is a villa in the Groenau district of Bonn, built between 1864 and 1866. It is located on the Rhine at Raiffeisenstraße 2-4. Today, the villa is the center of the Montag Foundation and is listed as a historical monument.

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65. Stiftskirche Sankt Peter (Kloster)

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St. Peter is a Catholic diocese church in the Willich district of Bonn, Germany. It was a college church until the original Benedictine convent was abolished, and since 1488 it has been a secular monastery of free aristocrats, Willich.

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66. Villa Ingenohl

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Villa Ingenohl is a villa in the Groenau district of Bonn, built in 1895/96. It is located above the Rhine River (Wilhelm-Spiritus-Ufer) at Raiffeisenstraße 5, next to Villa Heckmann. This villa is listed as a historical monument.

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67. Beethoven-Haus

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The Beethoven House in Bonn, Germany, is a memorial site, museum and cultural institution serving various purposes. Founded in 1889 by the Beethoven-Haus association, it studies the life and work of composer Ludwig van Beethoven.

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68. Wasserburg Lede

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Ryder Castle, located in Bonn Willich District, North Rhine-Westphalia, was originally a Romanesque residential tower, and later developed into a Gothic moat castle. It is designated as an architectural and ground monument.

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69. Burgruine Rosenau

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The ruins of Rosenau Castle are located on Rosenau Hill in Siebengebirge Natural Park in North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located in the downtown area of Königswinter, between Nonnenstromberg and the Grosser Mount of Olives.

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70. Röckesberg

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Röckesberg is 165 meters above sea level. NHN's high elevation of the Ennert Range, which avoids the north side of the West Bengbilge Range. It is located on the right bank of the Rhine River in Holtov District of Bonn.

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71. St. Cäcilia-Kirche

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The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Cäcilia in the Oberkassel district of Bonn is medieval origin. It is a monument protection, including the rectory, the former churchyard and two stone path crosses as a monument.

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72. Beethoven-Denkmal

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The Beethoven monument in the Bonn Rheinaue is reminiscent of the city's most famous son, the composer Ludwig van Beethoven. It is a seating by sculptor Peter Christian Breuer. It is a monument protection as a monument.

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73. Studentenbrunnen

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Bonn's student fountain, built in 1913, is a symbol of the city's historical student culture. The fountain at the corner of Franziskanerstra ® e and the Castle Church was listed as a historical monument in 1988.

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74. Rheinisches Malermuseum Bonn

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The Rheinisches Malermuseum is an art museum in Bonn, Germany. The museum is owned by a private association and has exhibits on forgotten artistic techniques and tools of the painter. It was established in 1985.

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75. St. Gallus-Kirche

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St Gallus is a Roman Catholic parish church in Küdinghoven, Bonn Burr district, Germany. The basement of the church tower is still a witness to the Romanesque church. Church buildings are protected monuments.

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76. Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche

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The Holy Cross Church is a Roman Catholic Church in Limperich, a district in the Beuel district of Bonn. It is a monument protection, including the former parish office and the Kreuzherrloster as a monument.

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