12 Sights in Duisburg, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Duisburg, 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 12 sights are available in Duisburg, Germany.

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1. Libertas Schulze-Boysen

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Libertas Schulze-Boysen / Fair use

Libertas "Libs" Schulze-Boysen, born Libertas Viktoria Haas-Heye was a German aristocrat and resistance fighter against the Nazis. From the early 1930s to 1940, Libs attempted to build a literary career, initially as a press officer and later as a writer and journalist. Initially sympathetic to the Nazis as her family had close links to the most senior levels of the regime, she changed her mind after meeting and marrying Luftwaffe officer Harro Schulze-Boysen.

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2. St. Ludger

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The Duisburg-Nedov St. Ludeg Roman Catholic Church is a neo-Gothic cathedral built by Dietrich Hofleck in 1897. This church with three naves and cross-sections is notable for its majestic spire, which has four other spires on the edge. Two such turrets can also be found at both ends of the cross section. Typical style features are pillars, three-lane grilles and ribbed vaults.

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3. Salvatorkirche

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Salvatorkirche Der ursprünglich hochladende Benutzer war AlterVista in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Salvatorkirche is an ancient city church in Duisburg, Germany, belonging to the Protestant diocese of Alt-Duisburg. It was built in the 14th century and replaced an ancient Paratina church. It was built in the 14th century in Burgplatz, Duisburg. Along with Willibrordi Cathedral in Wesel, the church is one of the most important late Gothic church buildings in the lower Rhine.

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4. Kultur- und Stadthistorisches Museum Duisburg

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Kultur- und Stadthistorisches Museum Duisburg Autor/-in unbekanntUnknown author / CC BY-SA 4.0

The cultural and city history museum is a city museum in the old town of the North Rhine-Westphalian city of Duisburg. The museum was built in 1902, and its collection was initially exhibited in the city's town hall. After several moves, it is now housed in the redesigned buildings of a grain mill in the Duisburg inner port together with the neighboring city archive.

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5. Harro Schulze-Boysen

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Harro Schulze-Boysen Unknown / Fair use

Heinz Harro Max Wilhelm Georg Schulze-Boysen was a left-wing German publicist and Luftwaffe officer during World War II. Schulze-Boysen became a leading German resistance fighter against the Nazi regime. He was a member of a Berlin anti-fascist resistance group that was later called the Red Orchestra by the Abwehr. He was arrested and executed in 1942.

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6. Rheinorange

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Rheinorange is a sculpture erected in 1992 in Duisburg-Neuenkamp, Germany. It is located at the point where the Ruhr flows into the Rhine at 'Rheinkilometer 780', i.e. 780 km from the source of the Rhine. It was constructed from steel by the sculptor Lutz Fritsch from Köln.

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7. Museumsschiff Oscar Huber

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Museumsschiff Oscar Huber G. Sawatzky / CC BY 3.0

The Oscar Huber, a side-wheeled towed ship, is today a museum ship on the Duisburg-Ruhrtwenck canal. The ship, the last surviving paddle ship on the Rhine, belongs to the German Inland Navigation Museum, located further north in the railway port.

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8. Kaiserberg

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Kaiserberg is a natural elevation in the Duissern district of Duisburg, 75 meters above sea level. NN. It is the northwestern foothill of the Slate Mountains on the right side of the Rhine River, and the northern end is known as Schnabelhuck.

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9. Sankt Joseph

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St. Joseph's Church is a Catholic church located in the Unterstyrum district of Oberhausen in the Ruhr. It is the mother church of many dioceses south of Oberhausen and north of Mulheim, and the oldest existing Catholic church in the city.

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10. Museum Küppersmühle für moderne Kunst (MKM)

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Museum Küppersmühle (MKM) is a Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art based Duisburg's Inner Harbour. It houses the Ströher Collection. It is part of the Duisburg: Town and Harbour section of the Ruhr Industrial Heritage Trail.

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11. Aquarius Wassermuseum Mülheim

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This building belongs to E. ON Group, which owns the private Aquarius Water Museum, is located in Styrum, Mulheim District, Ruhr District, in an abandoned water tower, which is part of the industrial heritage route.

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12. Karmelkirche

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The Roman Catholic Carmelkirche in Duisburg (North Rhine-Westphalia) is a former religious church of the Carmelite, which was built on the foundations of the former Minorite church after the Second World War.

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