6 Sights in Eberbach, Germany (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Eberbach, 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 Eberbach, Germany.

Sightseeing Tours in Eberbach

1. Michaelskirche

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The Protestant St. Michael's Church in Eberbach in the Rhein-Neckar district in northwestern Baden-Württemberg was built between 1835 and 1841. The renaming of "Evangelische Stadtkirche" to "Michaelskirche" in 1976 goes back to the erroneous assumption that a late medieval chapel dedicated to St. Michael stood on the same site. This misunderstanding was caused by confusion in the written history of the city. In fact, on the site of today's St. Michael's Church, there were two Marian chapels in succession. Only in the Catholic church, which was located elsewhere in the city, was there an altar of St. Michael.

Wikipedia: Michaelskirche (Eberbach) (DE)

2. Thalheimsches Haus

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The Thalheim House in Eberbach in the Rhein-Neckar district in northern Baden-Württemberg is the oldest stone house in the village. It bears its name after its former owners, the Lords of Talheim, and in the course of its history has been the Electoral Palatinate's official winery, princely Leiningen's hunting lodge and town hall of the village. Today, the building houses an information centre of the Neckartal-Odenwald Nature Park.

Wikipedia: Thalheimsches Haus (Eberbach) (DE)

3. Altes Badhaus

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Altes Badhaus

The Old Bathhouse in Eberbach in the Rhein-Neckar district in Baden-Württemberg dates back to the city's late medieval bathhouse, in which a bath maintained bathing operations until 1708. In the listed half-timbered house, which has a three-nave groin vault in the basement and has already been hit by numerous floods of the Neckar, there is now a restaurant.

Wikipedia: Altes Badhaus (Eberbach) (DE)

4. Ohrsberg

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The Ohrsberg is a hill in the town of Eberbach. The 236.1 m above sea level high Umlaufberg of the Neckar in the Odenwald characterizes the Eberbach cityscape. On the summit are the remains of Ohrsberg Castle and the Ohrsberg Tower.

Wikipedia: Ohrsberg (DE)

5. St. Johannes Nepomuk Kirche

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St. John Nibomuk Church is a Catholic church in Eberbach, Rhine-Neckar District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Built between 1884 and 1887, it is the fourth church in the area. It is considered a landmark of Eberbach.

Wikipedia: St. Johannes Nepomuk (Eberbach) (DE), Website

6. Ohrsbergturm

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The Ohrsberg Tower is a 17.5 meter high observation tower on the Ohrsberg, a 237 meter high elevation near Eberbach in the Odenwald. From the Ohrsberg tower there is a view over the Neckar valley around Eberbach.

Wikipedia: Ohrsbergturm (DE)


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