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

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Here you can find interesting sights in Flensburg, 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 11 sights are available in Flensburg, Germany.

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1. Wasserturm Flensburg-Mürwik

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The Diablo Water Tower is one of the city's landmarks, located on the eastern ridge of Flensburg's Flylund borough. In 1961, the water tower took over the water supply to the east of the city. The new water tower designed by architect Fritz Trawayne soon got the name "flowerpot" because of its shape. For 20 years, "flowerpots", together with ocean water towers, have provided dark water for the area. In 1981, the ocean water tower was demolished and later sold and converted into a residence. From March to September, the water tower of Folk Park is open to the audience. A panoramic view of the city and countryside can be seen from the visual field platform of the tower.

Wikipedia: Mørviger Vandtårn (DA)

2. Lutherpark

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Lutherpark is a park named after the reformer Martin Luther, which is located in the district of Friesischer Berg near the city center of Flensburg. On the edge of the park on the Südergraben is the Luther House, a cultural monument in flensburg's old town. The park itself is nestled between the Südergraben and the Friesische Straße; opposite is the Villa Besenbruch, the registry office of the city, and not far from there the Flensburg town hall. The slope of the park faces south.

Wikipedia: Lutherpark (Flensburg) (DE)

3. Idstedt-Löwe

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The Isted Lion, German: Flensburger Löwe or Idstedter Löwe) is a Danish war monument originally intended as a monument of the Danish victory over German-minded Schleswig-Holstein insurgents in the Battle of Isted (Idstedt) on 25 July 1850, during the First Schleswig War which was a civil war within the Danish Realm, although with troops from Prussia supporting the Schleswig-Holstein insurgents. At its time it was the largest battle in Scandinavian history.

Wikipedia: Isted Lion (EN)

4. Museumsberg Flensburg

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With an exhibition area of 3000 m2, the Museumsberg Flensburg is one of the largest museums in Schleswig-Holstein. It offers a comprehensive insight into the history of art and culture in schleswig from the 13th to the 20th century as well as into contemporary art. On a hill above the Stadttheater, the two museum buildings Heinrich-Sauermann-Haus and Hans-Christiansen-Haus form a unit with the Old Cemetery and the Christiansenpark in Flensburg.

Wikipedia: Museumsberg Flensburg (DE)

5. Museumsberg

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The Park Museumsberg is a park in the city of Flensburg, in the district of Friesischer Berg. It is located east of the Old Cemetery, the City Park and the Museum Mountain, to whose complex it belongs today. The Museumsberg park area is now one of the city's green monuments. Some park sculptures are among the cultural monuments of the district. Furthermore, a preservation statute applies to the park.

Wikipedia: Park Museumsberg (DE)

6. Sankt Marien

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The Marienkirche or Sankt-Marien-Kirche is one of the main churches of the city of Flensburg. The congregation belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church District of Schleswig-Flensburg in the Nordkirche. From the Nordermarkt you can reach st. Mary's Church via the Schrangen, a historic connecting building from 1595.

Wikipedia: Marienkirche (Flensburg) (DE)

7. Schifffahrtsmuseum

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The Flensburger Schifffahrtsmuseum, a branch of the municipal museum, was founded in 1979 and inaugurated in 1984 at the former customs building in Schiffbrücke as a highlight of the city's 700th anniversary celebrations. It outlines Flensburg's seafaring traditions and city history.

Wikipedia: Schifffahrtsmuseum Flensburg (DE)

8. Heiliggeistkirche

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The Church of the Holy Spirit (german) or Helligåndskirken (Danish) is the main church of the Evangelical Lutheran Danish Church in Flensburg. The church is located directly in the old town of Flensburg on the Große Straße in the Marienkirchspiel.

Wikipedia: Heiliggeistkirche (Flensburg) (DE)

9. Sankt Marien

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Built between 1898 and 1900 in neo-Gothic style, the Church of St. Mary's Mother of Pain in Flensburg was designed by architect Heinrich Fluger. The Roman Catholic Diocese Church is one of the cultural monuments in the center of Flensburg.

Wikipedia: St. Marien Schmerzhafte Mutter (DE)

10. Christiansenpark

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Christiansenpark is a park in Flensburg, Germany. It is located near Husband's Cemetery, City Park and Museum Hill, which it is now part of. Christiansenpark is the second largest park in the city after Volkspark near Mürwik.

Wikipedia: Christiansenpark (DE)

11. Sankt Gertrud

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The Church of St. Gertrude is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the Westliche Höhe district of the city of Flensburg in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. St. Gertrude's Church is one of the city's cultural monuments.

Wikipedia: St. Gertrud (Flensburg) (DE)

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