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Here you can find interesting sights in Bremerhaven, 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 18 sights are available in Bremerhaven, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Bremerhaven
1. U-Boot Wilhelm Bauer
German submarine Wilhelm Bauer is a Type XXI U-boat of Nazi Germany's navy (Kriegsmarine), completed shortly before the end of World War II. It was scuttled at the end of the war, having never gone on patrol. In 1957, it was raised from the seabed off Flensburg Firth, refurbished, and recommissioned for use by the West-German Bundesmarine in 1960. Finally retired fully in 1983, it is the only floating example of a Type XXI U-boat. It has been modified to appear in wartime configuration and exhibited at the German Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven, Germany.
The Wilhelm-Raabe-Schule in Bremerhaven - Geestemünde is a secondary school centre. It has a secondary school branch and a secondary school branch in which students can obtain either the intermediate school leaving certificate or the vocational training entrance qualification. Since the school year 2011/12, the Wilhelm-Raabe-Schule has been a secondary school. The school was named after Wilhelm Raabe, one of the most important representatives of literary realism, in the post-war period in Germany.
3. Portal der Rickmerswerft
The nucleus of the Rickmers shipping company was the Rickmers shipyard founded in Bremerhaven in 1834 by Rickmer Clasen Rickmers. Later, the company was expanded to include a shipping company and various rice mills. The legally completely independent shipping companies operated by the two brothers Bertram R. C. Rickmers and Erck Rickmers, descendants of the company founder in the fifth generation, were sold to the Zeaborn shipping company in 2016 and 2018 respectively.
4. Wohnwasserturm Wulsdorf
The residential water tower Wulsdorf in Bremerhaven-Wulsdorf was built in 1927 and served as a water tower and at the same time as a residential building. The 33-metre-high reinforced concrete building was the first high-rise building on the Lower Weser at the time of construction and has been a listed building since 1978. In addition to the water towers in Bremerhaven-Lehe and the Geestemünde water tower, it is the fourth surviving water tower in Bremerhaven.
5. Schulschiff Deutschland
Schulschiff Deutschland is a German full-rigged sail training ship, maintained as a historical monument and museum ship. She was employed as a school ship for the merchant marine beginning in 1927. The ship is moored at the Neuer Hafen in Bremerhaven, in the Federal State of Bremen, Germany. Since the name Deutschland was at the time of its construction already assigned to an unbuilt naval warship, its official name is Schulschiff Deutschland.
The Church of the Holy Heart of Jesus is the Roman Catholic parish church of the Bremerhaven district of Geestemünde, between Buchtstraße and Grashoffstraße near the main train station. The neo-Gothic hall church was built in 1910/11 according to plans by Heinrich Flügel and consecrated on 17 September 1911 by Bishop Adolf Bertram. Its parish of the same name belongs to the deanery of Bremerhaven in the diocese of Hildesheim.
7. Zollamt Rotersand
The Rotersand Customs Office in Lehe (Bremen Port) is located at the end of Franziusstraße 1, Rickmersstraße and Bürgermeister-Smidt-straße. It is the main entrance to Kaiserhafen and Nordhafen. Today, freight passes through Speckenbüttel. The office is named after the Red Sand Lighthouse. The municipal tram enters Bürger from Rickmersstraße. > The building was added to Bremen's list of historic sites in 2009.
The Bremerhaven Evangelical Lutheran Church Kreuzkirche was built in 1863 at the corner of Rampenstraße/Keilstraße and was replaced in 1877 by a slightly larger church that was destroyed in 1944 during World War II. In 1952, the former Museum of Ethnology was rebuilt as the third Kreuzkirche at BGM-Martin-Donandt-Platz, becoming Bremerport's first post-war church.
The Bremerhaven Radar Tower is a 106-metre reinforced concrete tower located in Bremerhaven, Germany. The radar tower, which was constructed between 1962 and 1965, accommodates numerous transmitting plants for maritime radio purposes, in addition to its radar equipment. A viewing platform is situated at the 60 metre level, and is accessible to the public.
10. Bremerhaven Hauptbahnhof
Bremerhaven Hauptbahnhof is a railway station in the city of Bremerhaven in northwestern Germany. It is the main railway hub for the city, offering regional connections to Bremen, Osnabrück, Cuxhaven, Bremervörde and Buxtehude. Museal services on the line to Bad Bederkesa also call at the station during weekends in summer.
The Bremerhaven Lighthouse, also known as the Simon Loschen Tower or Loschen Lighthouse, is the rear light of a pair of leading lights at the New Harbour of Bremerhaven, Germany. It is the oldest operative lighthouse on the mainland along Germany's North Sea shore and is counted among the city's landmarks.
The water level indicator in Bremerhaven is located at the southern end of Weserdeich in Mitt (Bremerhaven). He informed the ship of the tides at the mouth of the Weisser River. Like Bürgermeister-Smidt-Gedächtniskirche and "Lange Heinrich", the water level indicator (again) is a landmark of Bremerport.
13. Lloyd Gymnasium
The Pestalozzischule Bremerhaven in Bremerhaven - Lehe am Leher Tor, Wiener Straße 3, was inaugurated in 1910 as a double elementary school for boys and girls. It later became a secondary school or business high school and is now a primary school. It is named after Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi.
Pauluskirche is a church in Bremerport, Germany. It is the parish church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Michaelis and Pauluskirchengemeinde, which merged in 2000. Michaeliskirche and the community center were subsequently transformed into a common community center.
15. Schwoonscher Wasserturm
The water tower of Bremerhaven-Lehe is located in today's city park on Hafenstraße. The more than 150-year-old building from the early days of Bremerhaven's water supply – also known as the Schwoon Water Tower after its builder Melchior Schwoon.
16. Bahnhof Lehe
The Bremerhaven-Lehe passenger station or Lehe railway station is a through station 187.8 km from the Wunstorf-Bremerhaven Seehafen line. The station is located in Bürgermeister-Kirschbaum-Platz, Lehe District, Bremerport, and was built in 1914.
17. Leuchtfeuer Gestemole Nord
The lighthouse Geeste estuary are located on both sides of the mouth of the Geeste, the northern in Mitte (Bremerhaven), the southern in Geestemünde. The towers secure the entrance to the Geeste and the fishing port (Bremerhaven).
18. Zoo am Meer
The Bremerhaven Zoo is located next to the river Weser and exhibits mainly species which live in the water or in northern environments; exceptions are, for instance, chimpanzees and White-headed marmosets.
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