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The Annakirche is a Roman Catholic parish and pilgrimage church in Düren, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It was built between 1954 and 1956 according to plans by Rudolf Schwarz from the quarry stones of the previous church, which was destroyed on 16 November 1944, and contains the head of St. Anne, to whom it is also consecrated. It is the parish church of the parish of St. Lukas, which was established on 1 January 2010.
2. St. Bonifatius
St. Bonifatius was a Roman Catholic church in Düren-Ost in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It stands in the street An St. Bonifatius and was built between 1951 and 1952 according to plans by Albert Boßlet. The church was deconsecrated on 7 January 2017 and has been converted into a day care centre. The building is registered under number 1/148 as a monument in the list of architectural monuments in Düren.
The Leopold-Hoesch-Museum is an art museum in Düren, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The Düren industrialist family Hoesch, represented by Kommerzienrat Wilhelm Hoesch (1845–1923), the son of Leopold Hoesch, donated the sum of 300,000 marks to the city of Düren for the construction of a museum after the death of the family father in 1899.
4. Historische Drehscheibe
The turntable at Düren station is a listed part of Düren station in North Rhine-Westphalia. Like the entire area of the station, it has been listed since 1989 with the number 1/070 in the monument list of the city of Düren. The location of the hub at the Inselbahnhof is unique in Germany.
A three-belt bridge is the special design of a truss bridge, which has a total of three belts and three structural surfaces. This type of bridge was invented by Anton von Rieppel. That's why it's also called Rieppelbrücke.
The Marienkirche is a Roman Catholic branch church in Düren, Germany. It belongs to the parish of St. Luke and was built in 1949 according to plans by the architect Hans Peter Fischer from rubble bricks.
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