5 Sights in Espelkamp, Germany (with Map and Images)
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The Teppichmuseum Tönsmann is a private museum in the East Westphalian town of Espelkamp in the district of Minden-Lübbecke in North Rhine-Westphalia. The company owner, Jürgen Tönsmann, holder of the high Moroccan order "Chevalier de Ouissam Alaouite", started his collection in the 1960s and constantly supplemented it. The exhibition has been open to the public since 1990 and in 2009 the museum was reopened after redesigning in the presence of the Moroccan ambassador, an MEP and other guests from politics and business.
2. Schloss Benkhausen
Schloss Benkhausen is located west of the village of Gestringen in the town of Espelkamp and north of the Mittelland Canal in the district of Minden-Lübbecke. The current five-hectare area of the moated castle also includes a historic castle park, which was once geometrically structured with the help of avenues. Parts of the old tree population, including, for example, a blood beech, a Holland lime tree and an American walnut tree are still preserved in the northeastern part of the park.
3. Ellerburger Mühle
The Westfälische Mühlenstraße is a name for a tourism concept in the district of Minden-Lübbecke, which connects 43 restored mills to an experiential route. Only at two points does the circuit leave the district area for a few kilometres: Between Heimsen and Großenheerse it runs for a while through the district of Nienburg (Lower Saxony) near the Lower Saxony Mill Road; between Oberbauerschaft and Holzhausen the line runs through the district of Herford.
The Ellerburg was a moated castle in the village of Fiestel in the town of Espelkamp in the district of Minden-Lübbecke. The castle complex was located east of the Große Aue and north of the Mittelland Canal at the transition of the Alsweder lowlands to the Rahden Geest and was about four hectares in size. Their buildings were heavily dilapidated and in danger of collapsing and were therefore demolished to the ground.
The Thomaskirche Espelkamp is a church building in the Isenstedter Straße in the East Westphalian town of Espelkamp in the district of Minden-Lübbecke in North Rhine-Westphalia and belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Martins parish of Espelkamp. The church is named after the Apostle Thomas.
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