8 Sights in Eberswalde, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Eberswalde, 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 8 sights are available in Eberswalde, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Eberswalde

1. Eberswalder Goldschatz

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Eberswalder Goldschatz Birgit Klitzke / CC BY-SA 3.0 de

The Eberswalde Hoard or Treasure of Eberswalde is a Bronze Age hoard of 81 gold objects with a total weight of 2.59 kg (83 ozt). The largest prehistoric assembly of gold objects ever found in Germany, it is considered to be one of the most important finds from the Central European Bronze Age, and is attributed to the Nordic Bronze Age culture. Today, it is in Russia, as part of the group of artifacts and works of art looted from Germany at the end of the Second World War.

Wikipedia: Eberswalde Hoard (EN)

2. Amadeu Antonio

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Amadeu Antonio Kiowa was a contract worker from Angola. He was one of the first known victims of right-wing extremist violence in the Federal Republic of Germany since reunification. The verdicts in the trial against the perpetrators have been widely criticized. While the court sentenced the perpetrators to a maximum of four years in prison for bodily injury resulting in death, parts of the political public and the media still classify the act as murder.

Wikipedia: Amadeu Antonio Kiowa (DE)

3. Eberswalder Urstromtal

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The Thorn-Eberswalde glacial valley is a valley from Bydgoszcz, Gąbin and Włocławek via Toruń, Nakło nad Notecią, Trzcianka, Czarnków, Kiszewo, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Bad Freienwalde, Niederfinow, Eberswalde, Liebenwalde and Kremmen to Fehrbellin. It is the northernmost and thus the youngest of the three large Brandenburg glacial valleys that were formed during the Vistula glacial period.

Wikipedia: Eberswalder Urstromtal (DE)

4. St. Peter und Paul

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The Roman Catholic Church of Sankt Peter and Paul in Eberswalde was built between 1876 and 1877. The church ensemble in the style of North German brick gothic was created according to plans by the Cologne architect Vincenz Statz. The parish church consecrated to St. Peter and Paul was rebuilt after destruction in World War II and has been protected as a cultural monument since 1992.

Wikipedia: St. Peter und Paul (Eberswalde) (DE), Heritage Website

5. Zoo Eberswalde

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Eberswalde Zoological Garden is a zoo on the southern edge of the city of Eberswalde in Brandenburg, Germany. It was founded in 1958 and is about 15 hectares in size. The beginnings of the complex date back to the wildlife park founded at the same location in 1928. This was operated by an excursion restaurant and destroyed in the Second World War.

Wikipedia: Zoologischer Garten Eberswalde (DE), Website

6. Kanalbrücke Eberswalde

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The Eberswalde Canal Bridge (German: Kanalbrücke Eberswalde) was a hydraulic bridge of the Oder-Havel Canal, in which the canal was led over the double-track railway line of the Berlin-Stettiner Eisenbahn by means of a trough bridge. The successor structure has been a railway tunnel under the canal since 2008.

Wikipedia: Kanalbrücke Eberswalde (DE)

7. Teufelsbrücke

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The Weidendammer Bridge is a 73-metre-long (240 ft) bridge where the Friedrichstraße crosses the Spree river in the central Mitte district of Berlin, Germany. It is notable for its ornate wrought iron railings, lanterns, and Imperial eagles.

Wikipedia: Weidendammer Bridge (EN), Heritage Website

8. Maria-Magdalenen Kirche

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The Maria Magdalenen Church is a Lutheran church in Eberswalde, Germany. It was built in the first third of the 14th century and is named after Mary Magdalene, the Apostle. The church building is a listed building.

Wikipedia: Maria-Magdalenen-Kirche (Eberswalde) (DE)


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