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Tiergarten Kleve is a zoo in Kleve, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It houses about 350 animals with a focus on mostly old, endangered domestic animal breeds. As part of the European Conservation Breeding Programme (EEP), he also keeps ulans and small pandas. It is supported by the Verein Tiergarten Kleve e. V. Since January 2021, the certified veterinarian Martin Polotzek has been managing the 6-hectare park. With the new management, the park is also more committed to endangered wild animals: Since 2021, maras and armadillos have also been living in the zoo. A species conservation day was also held for the first time in 2021.
2. St. Willibrord
The old church Kellen is located in Kreuzhofstraße, in the formerly independent community of Kellen, which is now a district of the town of Kleve in the North Rhine-Westphalia region. The ancient church stands on an elevated bridge that stood there until the early 20th century. In the 19th century, it was the former center of Karen City. This is not surprising, as the elevated location of the area provides a degree of protection from the regular flooding of the Rheinau River. The church is sponsored by St Willy Broad.
3. Museum Kurhaus
The Kurhaus Kleve Museum is an art museum in Kleve on the Lower Rhine in North Rhine-Westphalia. It bears its name because of the original function of the building when Kleve was a health resort, which was particularly popular with wealthy Prussia and Dutch between 1742 and 1914. The predecessor of the Kurhaus was a drinking hall built in 1754. The classicist building is located in the immediate vicinity of the Tiergartenwald and the parks of Prince Moritz von Nassau-Siegen from the 17th century.
4. Kleine Kirche
The Kleine Evangelische Kirche is a church building in the district town of Kleve on the Lower Rhine in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It belongs to the Evangelical parish of Kleve. The church, consecrated on the Sunday after Pentecost 1621, was consecrated on the Sunday after Pentecost 1621 and is popularly called the Small Church. It was originally the Lutheran church in the traditionally denominationally tolerant Prussian residence city of Kleve.
Kleve is a town in the Lower Rhine region of northwestern Germany near the Dutch border and the River Rhine. From the 11th century onwards, Cleves was capital of a county and later a duchy. Today, Cleves is the capital of the district of Cleves in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is home to one of the campuses of the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences.
6. Sankt-Willibrord-Kirche Rindern
The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Willibrord is a three-aisled, neo-Gothic indoor church in Rinders in the district of Kleve. The 720 Church for the first time was under the patronage of St. Peter and Johann Baptist until the outgoing 17th century. The patronal feast changed in favor of St. Willibrord, who was said to have been a curator in the church in the 8th century.
7. Denkmal für Johanna Sebus
Johanna Sebus from Brienen near Kleve on the Lower Rhine first rescued her mother from the floods of the Rhine when a dam burst and then died when she tried to help other people. Her body was found draining the water and buried in cattle in the cemetery. In 1872, her grave was integrated into the building during the construction of a new church.
8. Haus Koekkoek
The Museum B. C. Koekkoek House is the former home of the Dutch painter Barend Cornelis Koekkoek and his family. The listed building in Kleve at Koekkoekplatz 1, formerly Kavarinerstraße 33, has been used as a museum since 1960. Under the name Städtisches Museum Haus Koekkoek it served until 1997 as the museum of the city of Kleve.
9. Eiserner Mann
The Iron Man, more correctly the New Iron Man, is a statue (column figure) in Kleve. It is located in the baroque gardens with amphitheatre at the Tiergarten and was designed by Stephan Balkenhol. The statue commemorates Prince Johann Moritz of Nassau-Siegen and was unveiled on his 400th birthday on 18 June 2004.
10. Wasserburg Rindern
The Wasserburg Rindern is a former manor house in the village of Rindern, which today belongs to the city of Kleve. Since 1956, the moated castle has served as the seat of the "Katholische Heimvolkshochschule Wasserburg Rindern".
The Propstei- und Stiftskirche St. Mariä Himmelfahrt Kleve is a provost church in the Diocese of Münster and the Roman Catholic parish church of Kleve. It is under the patronage of St. Mary's Assumption.
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