Explore interesting sights in Dülmen, 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 6 sights are available in Dülmen, Germany.
1. Wildpark Dülmen
The Dülmen Wildlife Park was opened in the 1860s and covers 250 hectares close to the city in the west of the city of Dülmen. It consists of a landscaped area of meadows, forests and lakes. Fallow deer, red deer and sheep (Heidschnucken) have a home in the extensive area. The ponds are a magnet for a number of bird species.
2. St. Pankratius
The Roman Catholic, listed parish church of St. Pankratius is located in Buldern, a district of Dülmen in the Coesfeld district of North Rhine-Westphalia. The church belongs to the pastoral care unit in Dülmen in the Deanery of the Diocese of Münster.
3. Haus Osthoff
The Osthoff house is the oldest house in Dülmen. It is the only remaining building of the former manor Osthoff. The estate was acquired in 1727 by the Freifrau Anna Maria von Landsberg. It is also considered the builder of the manor house.
4. Haus Empte
Haus Empte is located in the Dülmen district of Kirchspiel in the farming community of Empte between the Welter Bach and the Karthäuser Mühlenbach. It is surrounded by the Karthäuser Mühlenbach nature reserve and is a listed building.
5. Alte Kirche
6. Pfarrkirche St. Georg
The Catholic parish church of St. Georg is a listed church building in Hiddingsel, a district of Dülmen in the district of Coesfeld in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It bears the patronage of St. George.
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