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The Focke Museum is the museum of history and the history of art for the city and state of Bremen. It was formed in 1924 by the merger of a museum of industry and commerce and the previous historical museum, and is named for the founder of the latter, Johann Focke (1848–1922), a Bremen privy councillor and father of Henrich Focke. It is located in 4.5 hectares of grounds in the Riensberg neighbourhood of the city. In addition to a main building which opened in 1964 and was extended in 2002, the museum complex includes buildings dating from the 16th to the 19th centuries.
2. Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst
The Weserburg is a modern art museum in Bremen, Germany. Opened in 1991, it is located on the Teerhof peninsula next to the River Weser in an old factory building which was almost completely destroyed in the Second World War. Originally known as "New Museum Weserburg Bremen", it was Europe's first "collectors' museum", in that it conserves no permanent collection but mounts changing exhibition of private collections. It is one of the largest modern art museum spaces in Germany.
The Anti-Colonial Monument is a monument in Bremen, shaped like a brick elephant. It is located in Nelson Mandela Park in Schwachhausen District, Bürgerweide-Barkhof District, opposite Hermann-Böse Gymnasium, near Grand Central Station. Originally established in 1931 as the Reichskolonialehrendenkmal, it was inaugurated in July 1932 and has since been considered the central monument of the German colonial movement. In 1989, it was converted into an anti-colonial monument.
4. Reformierte Kirche Blumenthal
The Evangelical Reformed Church in Bremen-Blumenthal is one of the four churches of the merged Evangelical Community in the district since January 1, 2022. The predecessor, the Ev.-Ref. Parish of Bremen-Blumenthal, was interconnected to the Bremen Evangelical Church (Bek) on June 8, 1959. The merged community is also a member of the Bek. The church building has been a single monument to the list of monuments in the state of Bremen since 1978.
5. Villa Borgward
Borgward Villa and the adjacent Allmers Park, in the Horn-Lehe district of Bremen, were built in 1750 as an estate built in the early 19th century. In the 19th century, they were called Landgut Focke-Fritze. The park was acquired by the Bremen government in 1936. The Horner Heerstraße 11 country house was occupied by the Borgward family from 1952 to 2000. It has been listed as a historical monument since 1973.
6. Villa Ichon
The Villa Ichon is a building in the Ostertorviertel on Goetheplatz in Bremen, which is known nationwide as a forum for cultural and peace work. It was built in 1849 on the edge of the Bremen ramparts, opposite the simultaneous Kunsthalle. On the other side of the building is the theater on Goetheplatz today. The villa, which is counted among the so -called cultural mile, has been a listed building since 1973.
The Bremen Roland is a statue of Roland, erected in 1404. It stands in the market square (Rathausplatz) of Bremen, Germany, facing the cathedral, and shows Roland, paladin of the first Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne and hero of the Battle of Roncevaux Pass. Roland is shown as protector of the city: his legendary sword is unsheathed, and his shield is emblazoned with the two-headed Imperial eagle.
The Friedehorst Park, also called the Lehnhof Park (Lehnhofpark), is a green space in the Bremen borough of Burglesum on the border of states of Bremen and Lower Saxony. It is about 9 ha in area. It is home to the highest natural point in the state of Bremen reaching a height of 32.5 m above sea level (NHN). The park, which is open to the public, belongs to the Evangelical Church of Bremen.
The Ludwig Knoop statue, sometimes also called (sculpture) Baron Ludwig Knoop or Baron Knoop for short, is a bronze statue in Bremen-Burglesum in Knoops Park, which was erected in 1995 in honor of the Bremen merchant Ludwig Knoop (1821–1894) and on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his death last year. It is included in the list of monuments and statues of the city of Bremen.
10. St. Petri-Dom
Bremen Cathedral, dedicated to St. Peter, is a church situated in the market square in the center of Bremen. The cathedral belongs to the Bremian Evangelical Church, a member of the Protestant umbrella organization named Evangelical Church in Germany. It is the previous cathedral of the former Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen. Since 1973, it is protected by the monument protection act.
The Shipper's House in Bremen, Germany is a building in the oldest district of the Free Hanseatic city of Bremen. The house was registered as an historical monument in 1973 and is in Schnoor. During the last 25 years of the 20th century the house was a private museum. It was an attraction for many visitors including the former German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher.
12. Universität Bremen (ZARM, Fallturm)
Fallturm Bremen is a drop tower at the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity at the University of Bremen in Bremen. It was built between 1988 and 1990, and includes a 122-metre-high drop tube, in which for 4.74 seconds, or for over 9 seconds weightlessness can be produced. The entire tower, formed out of a reinforced concrete shank, is 146 metres high.
The Overbeck Museum is located in the historic "Alte Packhaus" or "Alte Packhaus". "Kito-Haus" is located in Alte Hafenstra ® e, Vegesack, Bremen. It is the only museum in downtown Bremen dedicated exclusively to the painter Fritz Overbeck (1869-1909), one of the founders of Wopsweed, the artist colony, and his wife, the painter Hermione Overbeck-Roth (1869-1937).
14. Bremer Geschichtenhaus
Schnoor's Bremen Story Museum is a "living" museum. Within the framework of training and employment measures, the unemployed put historical events and figures in Bremen's life in the historical context of the mid-17th century. Dressed in homemade authentic costumes, they accompany and guide visitors through the exhibition, telling the history and stories of Bremen.
15. Kunsthalle Bremen
The Kunsthalle Bremen is an art museum in Bremen, Germany. It is located close to the Bremen Old Town on the "Culture Mile". The Kunsthalle was built in 1849, enlarged in 1902 by architect Eduard Gildemeister, and expanded several more times, most notably in 2011. Since 1977, the building has been designated a Kulturdenkmal on Germany's buildings heritage list.
16. Bremer Rundfunkmuseum
The Bremen Radio Museum was founded in 1978 by radio enthusiasts radio collectors and exhibits approximately 700 exhibits in the Findorff district in Bremen on 400 m². The collection includes devices from 80 years of radio, phono and television history as well as seafunk. Exhibitions from all areas can be put into operation and demonstrated in guided tours.
17. Fatih Moschee
Fatih Mosque ("Conqueror Mosque" in German) in Bremen-Groperingen is the first mosque in the free Hanseatic city of Bremen and the third largest mosque in Germany. Founded in 1973, the Mosque Association is also the oldest and largest Muslim community in Bremen. In 1974, it was established as "Bremen Islamic Prayer Room Protection Association". V. ".
The Overseas Museum in Bremen is a Natural History and ethnographic museum in northern Germany. In an integrated exhibition of Nature, Culture and Trading, the museum presents aspects of overseas regions with permanent exhibitions relating to Asia, South Pacific/Oceania, Americas and Africa. The building is protected by the monument protection act.
The Simon Petrus Church is located in the Bremen district of Habenhausen in the district of Obervieland. It is the newest sacred building of the Bremen Evangelical Church according to plans by Will Baltzer from Wuppertal and forms the Protestant parish of Arsten-Habenhausen together with the St. Johannes Church in the adjacent district of Arsten.
20. Ludwig Roselius Museum
The Ludwig Roselius Museum on Böttcherstraße in the old town of Bremen, Germany, houses the private collection of the successful coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius (1874–1943). Artefacts from the Middle Ages to the Baroque period are on display. The house itself which was completed in 1588 has a history going back to the 14th century.
St. Stephanie's Church is a parish church located at the western end of the Old City of Bremen, which has been listed as a historical site since 1973. It was the city centre of the Old City's St. Stephen district, and after it was completely destroyed during the Second World War, it was rebuilt in a modern way, except for the church.
22. Heilige Familie
Holy family is a Catholic parish church in Bremen. The church named after the Holy Family is located in the Grohn district, on the Grohner Markt. It is the youngest church in the Deanery of Bremen-Nord and one of the last new church buildings in the Hildesheim diocese. Around 6,200 Catholics belong to their parish of the same name.
23. Rosen für die Opfer
The Bahrplate concentration camp was one of the over 85 outer warehouse in Bremen-Blumenthal of the National Socialist concentration and regular camp in Hamburg-Neuengamme. At the end of August 1942, it was set up in the western part of Deschimag's warehouse on the site of the former People's Park on the former Wesinel Bahrplate.
24. Haus Atlantis
The Atlantis House on Böttcherstraße in the old town of Bremen in the north of Germany is an interesting example of German architecture in the interwar period. Designed by Bernhard Hoetger, it was completed in 1931. After suffering serious war damage, it was rebuilt in 1965 with a new facade designed by Ewald Mataré.
25. St. Marien Blumenthal
St. Marien is a Catholic church in Bremen, Germany. It is named after St. Mary and is located on Fresenbergstraße in the Blumenthal district. St. Mary's Church is the oldest church in the deanery of Bremen-Nord; its parish of the same name, to which almost 5,000 Catholics belong, belongs to the Diocese of Hildesheim.
The Essighaus was an impressive gabled town house in the old town of Bremen in northern Germany. One of the city's finest examples of Renaissance architecture, it was almost completely destroyed by bombing in 1943. The entrance flanked by projecting bay windows is the only part of the building which has been restored.
27. Wilhelm Kaisen (*22.05.1887)
Carl Wilhelm Kaisen was a German politician from the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) who served as the 2nd President of the Senate and Mayor of Bremen from 1945 to 1965. In 1958/59 he served as the 10th President of the Bundesrat. He became a symbolic figure of the German reconstruction in Bremen after 1945.
The St. Lukas Church is an Evangelical Church in Bremen-Grolland, on the apron. It was planned in 1963 by the architect Carsten Schröck from Bremen in collaboration with Frei Otto, founder of the Institute for Light Areatracts (IL) at the TU Stuttgart. The building has been under monument protection since 1994.
The Rhododendron-Park Bremen, also known as the Rhododendron-Park und Botanischer Garten Bremen, is a major collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, as well as a substantial botanical garden, located in Bremen, Germany. It is open daily; park admission is free but a fee is charged for the nature center Botanika.
There is a fountain in Bremen for the Zentaurenbrunnen from 1891. Its core is the bronze sculpture of a horseman of the sculptor August Sommer fighting snake. The fountain is now set up in the Leibnizplatz Park in the Neustadt district of Bremen, which borders on Leibnizplatz as part of the Neustadtwallanlagen.
31. Schloss Schönebeck
Schönebeck Castle is a water lock built in Northern German half-timbered in Bremen-Vegesack, Schönebeck district. It is located in the valley of the Schönebecker Aue, a Geestbach, which has been floated over the Vegesacker port, into the Weser, which was thawed into a pond in the area of the castle.
32. Friedhofskapelle Riensberg
The Riensberg cemetery chapel is located in Bremen, Schwachhausen district, Riensberg, Friedhofstraße 51. The chapel, the cemetery supervisor and the Leichenhalle were created in 1875 according to construction inspector Johannes Rippe. They have been under Bremen Monument Protection since 1984.
A sensory garden is a self-contained garden area that allows visitors to enjoy a wide variety of sensory experiences. Sensory gardens are designed to provide opportunities to stimulate the senses, both individually and in combination, in ways that users may not usually encounter.
34. Ailton Goncalves da Silva
Aílton is a former Brazilian football player. With Werder Bremen, the inaugural rapid center forward in 2004 became German champion, cup winner and top scorer of the Bundesliga. In the same year, he was also the first non -German to vote as the footballer of the year in Germany.
The Kaiser-Friedrich-Denkmal, a bronze equestrian monument created by Louis Tuaillon on Hermann-Böse-Straße in Bremen, was dedicated in 1905 to the memory of the German Emperor Friedrich III, who reigned in 1888 for only 99 days. It has been a listed building since 1973.
The Loriot sofa as a bronze cheese is a sculpture in Bremen-Mitte in front of the entrance to the Radio Bremen broadcasting center on Diepenau. It was erected in 2013 and is reminiscent of Vicco von Bülow, whose television series Loriot was created on Radio Bremen.
37. H.J. Kratschke
The H.-J. Kratschke is a former distress cruiser from the German Society for the Rescue of Shipwrecker (DGZRS) of the 19 m class, which in 1969 from the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard in Lemwerder under shipyard no. 6313 was built. The DGZRS-internal name was KRS 03.
In 1934, Herbert Kubica built the Kriegsgefrigenendenkmal in Bremer Wallanlagen to commemorate soldiers who died among prisoners of war during the First World War. Since 1951, the extension of the inscription is also reminiscent of prisoners of war in World War II.
40. Sitzendes Paar
The couple sitting in Bremen is located in the Neustadt in Bremen in the green area, which belongs to the new stalls on Schulstraße corner Neustadttscontrescarpe, near Leibnizplatz. It is listed in the list of monuments and still images of the city of Bremen.
42. Pablo Neruda
The bronze bust of Pablo Neruda, located at Bremen-Horn-Lech on the campus of the University of Bremen, Enrique-Schmidt-Strassen, was donated by the Republic of Chile in 2014 and is included in the list of monuments and statues in the city of Bremen.
45. St. Martini
46. BV 2 Vegesack
The wind object in Bremen is a sculpture that stands in the Mitte district on the Weser at the Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brücke/deeper at the old town district Schnoor. It is listed in the list of monuments and still images of the city of Bremen.
49. Kinetisches Objekt
The kinetic object is a sculpture that stands in Bremen-Mitte on the Weser, Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brücke/ Martinistraße/ corner of Balgebrückstrasse. It is listed in the list of monuments and still images of the city of Bremen.
50. Beim Bade
The bathing stubon fountain with the sculpture at the bathing, also called the happy bathers, is in Bremen-Mitte in the Schnoor, on Stavendamm near the Schifferhaus. It is led in the list of the city of Bremen's fountain.
54. Wätjens Park
Wätjens Park, also known as Wätjens Manor or Wätjens Garden, is a landscape park around Wätjens Castle in the Blumenthal and Vegesack districts of Bremen, with former farm buildings and other buildings.
55. Heinrich Heine (1797-1856)
The Heinrich Heine monument in Bremen-Mitte is standing next to the Kunsthalle Bremen at the Altenwall. It was set up in 2010 and is listed in the list of monuments and still images of the city of Bremen.
56. Marktbrunnen Entfaltung
The Marktbrunnen Entfaltung is located in Bremen-Vegesack in the Reeder-Bischoff-Straße at the Kleiner Markt or Botschafter-Duckwitz-Platz. It is included in the list of fountains of the city of Bremen.
57. Gut Landruhe
Gut Landruhe is a former property with a manor house and park on Rünten No. 2–4 in Bremen-Horn-Lehe (Lehesterdeich), directly on the border with Oberneuland. It has been a listed building since 1973.
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