5 Sights in Cuxhaven, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Cuxhaven, 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 5 sights are available in Cuxhaven, Germany.

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1. Hamburger Leuchtturm

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The Hamburg lighthouse is a lighthouse in Cuxhaven, which was built between 1802 and 1804 by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, to which the area belonged at the time. The lighthouse in the old love is one of the symbols of the city and was in operation until 2001. It is under Lower Saxony Monument Protection and is included in the list of monuments in Cuxhaven.

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2. St. Marien

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The St. Marien Church in Cuxhaven is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Dean's Office in Bremerhaven in the diocese of Hildesheim. The following branch churches are subordinate to her today: Heart Jesus' branch church Hauskapelle St. Pius in the house of Stella Maris in the Sahlenburg district Branch church twelve apostles in the Altenwalde district

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3. Schloss Ritzebüttel

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The Ritzebüttel Castle in Cuxhaven was the residence of the Hamburg office men during the time of belonging to Ritzenbüttel in Hamburg. The castle, some of which still dates from the 14th century, is one of the oldest preserved profan buildings of the North German brick Gothic in the region and is now accessible to visitors.

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4. Alte Liebe

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Old love is a former pier in the port of Cuxhaven, which today serves as a viewing platform. It is located on the current -side limitation of the Cuxhaven harbor for the fairway of the Unterelbe. The ships to Neuwerk and Helgoland as well as the sandbars with the seals put in the port near the platform.

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5. Windsemaphor

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The wind semaphor on the old love in Cuxhaven is a facility for the optical transmission of weather information to ships that drive from the mouth of the Elbe towards the North Sea. It indicates wind speed and direction on the islands of Borkum and Helgoland with pointers and signal arms.

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