Here you can find interesting sights in Dillingen a.d.Donau, 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 8 sights are available in Dillingen a.d.Donau, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Mariä Himmelfahrt
The monastery church of the Assumption is the church of the mother house of the Dillingen Franciscans in Dillingen an der Donau in the Bavarian district of Swabia and belongs to the Diocese of Augsburg. It was built in the 18th century according to plans by Johann Georg Fischer in the style of the early Rococo.
2. Studienkirche Mariä Himmelfahrt
At the beginning of the 17th century, the Himmelfahr Studienkirche was built as a university church of the St. Hieronymi Collegium, the former Jesuit college in Dillingen an der Donau in the Bavarian region of Swabia. In the middle of the 18th century, the church was redesigned in the style of the Rococo.
3. Sankt Martin
St. Martin's Parish Church, also known as St. Martin's Munster, is a Catholic parish church in Dillingen, Bavaria, Germany, and Loingen, Dedonau District. It is a geographically fixed church building, common during the Gothic period, and with its immense power shaped the urban landscape of Lloygen.
4. Stadt- und Hochstiftmuseum
The Stadt- und Hochstiftmuseum is an archaeological, cultural-historical and city history museum in Dillingen on the Danube in Bavaria. In 1986, the museum was opened in the Lower Stiftshaus acquired by the city, and in 2008 it was extended and significantly enlarged by the former Angerer House.
5. St. Peter
The basilica of St. Peter is a Catholic parish church in the center of Dillingen on the Danube. In addition to the Augsburg Cathedral, St. Peter is the concathedral of the diocese of Augsburg and thus also consecration and tomb church for the Augsburg bishops.
6. Spitalkirche Heilig Geist
The Catholic hospital church Heilig Geist, located in Dillingen an der Donau in the Swabian region of Bavaria, is a late Gothic building built around 1500. In 1687, the church was redesigned in Baroque style and decorated with Wessobrunner plaster.
7. St. Leonhard am Ried
Catholic pilgrimage church St. Lauingen in the Dillingen an der Donau district of Swabia. Leonhard am Ried was built in the 17th century. Cathedral Leonhardiweg 23 is a protected architectural monument south of the Danube on the road to Weisingen.
Gisuberta, in the town of Lauingen, in the Dillingen district of Swabia on the Danube, is part of the former town's fortifications. The defensive tower, located next to the Oberes Brunnental 16 residence, is a protected architectural monument.
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