Here you can find interesting sights in Deidesheim, 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 6 sights are available in Deidesheim, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Schloß Deidesheim
Built in the 13th century, this castle is located in Dedesheim, Rhineland-Paltz, Germany. Destroyed in 1689 during the Palatine Succession War, part of the castle was covered by a Baroque castle. It used to be the seat of the administration of Prince Bishop Speyer of Deidesheim, where the princes and bishops lived when they were in the city. Citizens' donations are stored in cellars and barns.
The Stabenberg, also in literature, StaWeberg, Steffen- or Steffelsberg, called StaWeberg or Stäweberg in the local dialect, is a 496 m high mountain in the Haardt, the eastern edge of the Palatinate Forest (Rhineland-Palatinate). On the summit there is a compact, only about 5 m high viewing structure from humpback blocks, the Stabenbergwarte.
3. Historisches Rathaus
The historic town hall in the Rhineland-Palatinate Deidesheim is probably the most famous public building and a landmark of the city. It houses the rooms of the city mayor, the historic council hall and the Museum of Wine Culture. On Pentecost Tuesday, it forms the backdrop of the historic goat auction.
The gymnastics memorial, located near the rural Palatina town of Dedesheim, honors the Rhein-Limbaugh gymnasts who died in the First World War. The Rhein-Limbaugh gymnasts belong to the Palatina Gymnastics Federation. This is a protected building.
The pagan holes are the ruins of a high castle on the forest contest of the Palatinate small town of Deidesheim in Rhineland-Palatinate. The remains indicate a fleeing castle made of late Carolingian, possibly also from Ottonian times.
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