Here you can find interesting sights in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 14 sights are available in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Dom St. Peter und Paul
The St. Peter and Paul cathedral is the largest medieval church in Brandenburg an der Havel, Brandenburg, Germany. Construction began in 1165 as a Romanesque Saalkirche. It was expanded several times to a three-aisled Brick Gothic basilica. The cathedral is commonly designated “the cradle of the Mark Brandenburg” for its historic significance. The Patron saints are Peter and Paul.
Steintorturm is the most powerful tower on the walls of Neustädter in Brandenburg. It belongs to the former eight gate towers of the two cities of Brandenburg, which are still four gate towers today. It was part of the medieval fortifications and once consisted of ten gates. The museum, located in Steintorturm, is one of the two branches of the Brandenburg City Museum.
3. Gutshaus Gollwitz
Gutshaus Gollwitz (Gutshaus Gollwitz) is an estate in the Gollwitz district of Brandenburg and de Javier. It belongs to Rittergut Gollwitz and is designated as an architectural monument. The complex includes ancillary buildings and a manor park. The building has been a gathering place for Jewish and non-Jewish youth since April 2009.
4. Museum im Frey-Haus
The Freyhouse Museum is one of two museum sites at the Brandenburg and de Javier City Museums. It is located in Brandenburg and de Javier, Ritterstraße 96. The museum building of Marceau Palace was designated as a monument. Archaeologist Anja Grothe has been the curator of the Brandenburg and de Javier City Museum since 2019.
The Cathedral Abbey of Brandenburg and D 'Javier is a monastic building where the canons of Peter and Paul's Cathedral lived under the orders of the pioneers before the Reformation. It remains a sponsor of Brandenburg Cathedral. It is made of bricks, originally Romanesque style, mainly Gothic style.
6. Wuster Dorfkirche
The Protestant village church of Wust is a neo -Gothic hall church in Wust, a district of the city of Brandenburg an der Havel in the state of Brandenburg. The parish belongs to the church district of Mittelmark-Brandenburg of the Evangelical Church in Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia.
7. Dorfkirche Gollwitz
The Evangelical village church Gollwitz is a late Gothic hall church in Gollwitz, a district of the city of Brandenburg an der Havel in the state of Brandenburg. The parish belongs to the church district Mittelmark-Brandenburg of the Evangelical Church Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia.
The village church Klein Kreutz is a hall church in the village of Klein Kreutz in the city of Brandenburg an der Havel. The church belongs to the parish of the cathedral community of the church district Mittelmark-Brandenburg of the Evangelical Church Berlin-Brandenburg-Silesian Upper Lusatia.
9. Gedenkstätte für die Opfer der Euthanasie-Morde in Brandenburg an der Havel
The Brandenburg Euthanasia Centre, officially known as the Brandenburg an der Havel State Welfare Institute, was established in 1939 and acted during the Nazi era as a killing centre as part of the Nazi Euthanasia Programme, subsequently referred to after the war as Action T4.
10. St. Katharinenkirche
Sankt Katharinen is a three-aisled late Gothic hall church and the Protestant parish church in the new town of Brandenburg an der Havel. It is one of the brick Gothic churches with the richest architectural sculpture and furnishings and is the largest church in the city.
12. Heilige Dreifaltigkeit
13. Jüdischer Friedhof I
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