Here you can find interesting sights in Erftstadt, 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 Erftstadt, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Burg Blessem
Of the former castles on the northern edge of Blesssem, only the Outer Castle survived and is now known as the Blesssem Castle. The route of the drained moat refers to the original two-part complex, whose castle residence is located on a small island in the northeast outside the castle, now in the garden area. During the 2021 floods, ERFT flooded large swaths of the area due to heavy rainfall, and parts of the facility were washed away and slipped. Therefore, the castle now stands on the steep edge of the gravel pit. One attached part of the castle must be demolished, but the rest can be preserved.
The Friedenskirche in the Liblar district of Liblar is an Evangelical Church, the construction of which was necessary in 1925/26 by the growth of the population of Liblar by the lignite industry, especially through the Donatus mine in Oberliblar. The development for the Roman Catholic Church of St. Barbara was similar. The building is a listed building. In 1949 the community, which is now called Friedenskirchengemeinde, was independent of Brühl. Today the municipality belongs to the Protestant, who live in Liblar, Bliesheim, Frauenthal and Köttingen. There are currently about 4,600 souls.
3. Landesburg Lechenich
The former state castle Lechenich of the archbishops and electors of Cologne is now located in a semicircle surrounded by parks in the northeast corner of the old town of Lechenich. Built at the beginning of the 14th century in field fire bricks, the moated castle protected by ditches has also been called a castle since the 16th century. The Landesburg was one of the most powerful Rhenish castles. The Landesburg had a predecessor in the southwest of the city, which was destroyed in 1301.
4. Schloss Augustusburg
The Augustusburg and Falkenlust Palaces form a historical building complex in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The buildings are connected by the spacious gardens and trees of the Schlosspark. Built in the early 18th century, the palaces and adjoining gardens are considered masterpieces of early rococo architecture and have been listed as a UNESCO cultural World Heritage Site since 1984. Augustusburg Palace and its parks also serve as a venue for the Brühl Palace Concerts.
5. Schloss Gracht
The moat castle in Erftstadt-Liblar is one of the moat castles in the Cologne region. It is a two-part complex with a three-winged outer castle and a two-winged manor. The gardens of the castle may have been built in the early 18th century. It was built in a French model in the 19th century by Gottfried Lorenz Pitorius, a gardening master of Munster. In the 19th century, its rear was redesigned in the style of a British landscape park.
The Christuskirche in Brühl is an Evangelical Church inaugurated in 1888. It is considered the oldest Protestant church between Cologne and Bonn. The diaspora community founded on the move of Prussian, mostly Protestant soldiers, officials and entrepreneurs after the wars of liberation.
7. Marienkapelle Frauenthal
Frauenthal Marienkapelle, located in the Frauenthal district of the city of Erftstadt, originated as a chapel in a monastery complex built at the site by a religious group in the Middle Ages. "Frauenthal Marienkapelle Frauenthal
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