11 Sights in Fehmarn, Germany (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Fehmarn, 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 11 sights are available in Fehmarn, Germany.

1. Strukkamphuk

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The Strukkamphuk lighthouse is located on the island of Fehmarn, just west of the Fehmarn Sound Bridge. It is only accessible to pedestrians from the Fehmarnsund Bridge or to campsite users from the campsite at Strukkamphuk. The interior of the very small lighthouse cannot be visited. Together with the Flügge lighthouse, it forms a beacon for the fairways through the Fehmarn Sound.

Wikipedia: Leuchtturm Strukkamphuk (DE)

2. Marienleuchte

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The Marienleuchte lighthouse serves as a cross-mark and orientation light for shipping in the Fehmarn Belt. It is located about 1.3 kilometres southeast of the Puttgarden ferry station in the northeast of the island of Fehmarn. In 1964, the red-and-white striped reinforced concrete tower took over the functions of the neighbouring clinker brick building from 1831/32.

Wikipedia: Leuchtturm Marienleuchte (DE)

3. Großsteingrab Staberdorf

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The passage grave of Staberdorf, at a height of 23.3 m on the Hinrichsberg, north of Staberdorf, is located on the island of Fehmarn in the district of Ostholstein in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The megalithic site of the Funnel Beaker Culture (TBK) was built between 3500 and 2800 BC and has the Sprockhoff no. 256.

Wikipedia: Ganggrab von Staberdorf (DE)

4. Urdolmen von Katharinenhof

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The primeval dolmen of Katharinenhof is a megalithic tomb on the island of Fehmarn (Schleswig-Holstein). It is located southeast of Katharinenhof, east of Vitzdorf in a megalithic bed about 2.0 meters high and measuring 40 × 18 m, of which part of the setting stones has been preserved, but mostly not in situ.

Wikipedia: Urdolmen von Katharinenhof (DE)

5. Leuchtturm Flügge

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The Flügge lighthouse is located in the southwest of the island of Fehmarn, a few kilometres west of the Fehmarnsund Bridge. The lighthouse is open to the public and offers a wide view over the Krummsteert, the Fehmarnsund Bridge to the Staberhuk – on the other side to Heiligenhafen and Großenbrode.

Wikipedia: Leuchtturm Flügge (DE), Website

6. Niobe-Denkmal

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Segelschulschiff Niobe was a tall ship used by the Reichsmarine to train cadets and aspiring NCOs. She sank during a white squall on 26 July 1932, with the loss of 69 lives. A memorial monument to Niobe was erected at Gammendorfer Strand on Fehmarn island, within view of the site of the sinking.

Wikipedia: Niobe (schooner) (EN), Website

7. St.-Jürgen

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The Evangelical Lutheran Chapel of St. Jürgen is a Gothic brick building from the 13th century with a foundation of boulders and a gable roof on which a cross is attached. On the outer walls of the chapel, among other things, the pointed arch windows typical of the Gothic period stand out.

Wikipedia: St.-Jürgen-Kapelle (Burg auf Fehmarn) (DE)

8. Mühlenmuseum

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The Lemkenhafen Mill Museum is located in the old sailing windmill "Jachen Flünk" in Lemkenhafen on the island of Fehmarn in the district of Ostholstein in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The building, which is a listed building, has housed a mill and agricultural museum since 1961.

Wikipedia: Mühlenmuseum Lemkenhafen (DE), Website

9. U-Boot U11

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German submarine U-11 is a German submarine of the German Armed Forces of the Class 205, also known as Class 205mod or U-9 class. It had the NATO registration S 190. Since 2005, the boat has been on display as the Fehmarn Submarine Museum in the harbour of Burgstaaken.

Wikipedia: U 11 (Bundeswehr) (DE)

10. Arwed Emminghaus

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The Arwed Emminghaus was a 26-metre rescue cruiser of the German Society for the Rescue of Shipwrecked Persons (DGzRS), built in 1965 by the Schweers shipyard in Bardenfleth under the number 6389. The internal designation of the DGzRS was KRS 7.

Wikipedia: Arwed Emminghaus (Schiff) (DE)

11. Leuchtturm Staberhuk

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The Staberhuk lighthouse is located in the south-east of the island of Fehmarn, a few kilometres east of the Fehmarnsund Bridge. Together with the Flügge lighthouse, it marks the road in Fehmarnsund.

Wikipedia: Leuchtturm Staberhuk (DE)


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