8 Sights in Coesfeld, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Coesfeld, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Coesfeld, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Coesfeld

1. St. Jakobi Kirche

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St. Jakobi is a Catholic former parish church in Coesfeld. She is a little younger than the Lamberti Church, from which she was pasted in the end of the 12th century, and to which she has belonged again since the end of 2007. The former parish area included the southwestern city center, the adjacent city area and the Farmschen farm. St. Jakobi is located on Letter Straße in the south of the old town of Coesfeld.

Wikipedia: St. Jakobi (Coesfeld) (DE)

2. Haus Loburg

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Haus Loburg Günter Seggebäing, Coesfeld / CC BY-SA 3.0

Haus Loburg is a 16th-century manor house in the farming community of Sirksfeld near Coesfeld in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is an old aristocratic residence surrounded by a moat, whose roots are said to go back to the times of Charlemagne. From 1550 to 1560, the estate was built by the Westphalian noble family von Graes and remained in family ownership for more than three centuries.

Wikipedia: Haus Loburg (DE)

3. St.-Johannes-Ravelin

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The Ludgerusburg is a strange star-shaped citadel in northern Coesfeld in North Rhine-Westphalia, the construction and destruction of which fell into the second half of the 17th century. It was the state princely residence of Christoph Bernhard von Galens, who received its name after St. Ludgerus, the first bishop of the diocese of Münster.

Wikipedia: Ludgerusburg (DE)

4. Freilichtbühne Coesfeld

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Freilichtbühne Coesfeld Freilichtbühne Coesfeld e.V. / Logo

The Freilichtbühne Coesfeld is an open -air stage in the coach field in Flamschen. The natural stage, built in 1951, now offers space for 650 spectators and is operated by the Freichtbühne Coesfeld e. V. association of the same name. There are performances by amateur theaters and musical events.

Wikipedia: Freilichtbühne Coesfeld (DE), Website

5. Anna-Katharina-Emmerick-Haus

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The Anna-Katharina-Emmerick-Haus is the reconstruction of the birthplace of Blessed Anna Katharina Emmerick at its original location and a memorial site equipped as a museum. It is located in the farming community of Flamschen, which belongs to Coesfeld, and has the postal address Emmerickweg 20.

Wikipedia: Anna-Katharina-Emmerick-Haus (DE)

6. Jesuitenkirche

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The Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius in Coesfeld was the church of the college and grammar school church of the Nepomucenum, which was run by Jesuits. Later it was a simultaneous church for about one hundred and fifty years and is today the Protestant parish church of Coesfeld.

Wikipedia: Jesuitenkirche Coesfeld (DE), Website

7. Ehemalige Synagoge

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The former synagogue in Coesfeld, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia in western Münsterland, was inaugurated in 1810 as a Jewish church. From 1966 to 2012, the Coesfeld Baptist community served as a church. The synagogue is located in Weberstrasse 7. The building is listed.

Wikipedia: Synagoge (Coesfeld) (DE)

8. Walkenbrückentor

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The Walkenbrückentor is the last surviving of six former city gates of the former Coesfeld city wall. It is located on the Mühlenplatz directly at the entrance of the Berkel into the city, where at a barrage the flood is diverted into the moat on the promenade.

Wikipedia: Walkenbrückentor (DE)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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