5 Sights in Fürth, Germany (with Map and Images)
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1. Ludwig Erhard Zentrum
The Ludwig Erhard Zentrum (LEZ) is a unique exhibition, documentation, meeting and research centre for Ludwig Erhard and his concept of the social market economy in Erhard's birthplace Fürth. The LEZ was inaugurated in May 2018 by Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Bavarian Prime Minister Markus Söder and opened on 20 June 2018, the 70th anniversary of the economic and monetary reform of 1948. It includes the listed birthplace of Ludwig Erhard and a striking new building directly opposite. It is supported by the Ludwig-Erhard-Haus Foundation, a public foundation with legal capacity under civil law.
2. St. Michael
The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Michael in Schatzhofen, a district of the municipality of Furth in the Lower Bavarian district of Landshut, is essentially a Romanesque choir tower church, which was Baroque in 1687/88 and extended to the west by today's nave. In 1851/52 the transept was added. In the last quarter of the 19th century, St. Michael received its present neo-Romanesque furnishings. The church is registered as a monument with the number D-2-74-132-9 at the Bavarian State Office for the Preservation of Monuments.
The Radio Museum of the City of Fürth was founded on 29 October 1993. Thematically, the museum deals with the history of broadcasting from its beginnings almost one hundred years ago to the present day. The Radio Museum is sponsored by the city of Fürth.
The Siebenbogenbrücke is a railway bridge in Fürth, Germany, which runs about 600 metres west of the Hauptbahnhof on the Nuremberg–Bamberg, Fürth–Würzburg railway lines and the Rangau Railway over the Rednitz.
5. Jüdisches Museum Franken
The Jewish Museum Franconia consists of three locations in Fürth, Schnaittach and Schwabach. All museum facilities are historical monuments and are dedicated to the history and culture of the Jews in Franconia.
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