Explore interesting sights in Flensburg, 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 23 sights are available in Flensburg, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Flensburg
1. Wasserturm Flensburg-Mürwik
Mørviger Water Tower is located on the eastern ridge in the Fruerlund district of Flensburg and is one of the city's landmarks. In 1961, the water tower took over the water supply of the eastern part of the city. The new water tower, designed by architect Fritz Trautwein, was quickly named "The Flower Vase" because of its shape. For 20 years, the "Flower Vase" together with the Marine Water Tower supplied the district of Mørvig with water. In 1981, the Marine Water Tower was dismantled and later sold and converted to residential use. From March to September, the water tower in Folkeparken is open to the public. The tower's viewing platform offers panoramic views of the city and surrounding area.
Bjergmølle is a four-winged gallery Dutchman in Flensburg, built in 1792. The mill is located on a hill (Krumbjerg) north of Flensburg city centre by Bov Landvej. It was in operation as a grain mill until 1956. The mill has undergone refurbishments in 1869 and 1875 and an extensive restoration in 1990. Today, the functional mill is owned by the municipality. Part of the inventory has been preserved. The mill is listed. Next to the building there is a small farmer's garden. A private association has been working since 1981 for the preservation of the mill and mill farm.
The 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 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 city's registry office, and not far from there is the Flensburg town hall. The slope of the park faces south.
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.
The DIAKO-Kirche is the church of the institutional community of the Diakonie in Flensburg. It is located in the southeast of the area of the Deaconess Hospital Flensburg on Marienhölzungsweg and on Knuthstraße in the Westliche Höhe district. It was built in 1883 according to plans by Alexander Wilhelm Prale. The congregation belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany. The said church wing is one of the cultural monuments of the city.
6. Museumsberg Flensburg
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 the Schleswig region 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.
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 Hill, to whose complex it belongs today. Today, the Museumsberg park area is one of the city's green monuments. Some park sculptures are among the cultural monuments of the district. Furthermore, there is a preservation statute for the park.
The Alexandra is a steamer launched in 1908, which is considered a maritime landmark of the city of Flensburg and has been registered as a moving historic ship in the monument book of the state of Schleswig-Holstein since 1990. It is a saloon steamer and the last surviving fjord steamer. Today, the Alexandra is located near the Flensburg Museum Harbour and is part of Flensburg's historic harbour.
9. Sankt Petri
St. Peter's Church in the Nordstadt district of Flensburg is a church building of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Northern Germany (Nordkirche). It was built between 1908 and 1909 and named after Simon Peter. The St. Peter's Church, visible from afar, is considered a landmark of the new and northern part of the city. It is one of the cultural monuments of the district.
Eddeboe is the name of a defunct castle complex, which was located in the western Marienhölzung near Flensburg, on the Junkerplatz, as well as a presumed second, which may have been located not far on the so-called Brandplatz, whereby this second castle complex is probably the older. Due to the same name, it is not always immediately clear which Eddeboe is meant.
11. Sankt Marien
St. Mary's Church or St. Mary's Church is one of the main churches in the city of Flensburg. The congregation belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church District of Schleswig-Flensburg in the North Church. From Nordermarkt you can reach St. Mary's Church via the Schrangen(s), a historic connecting building from 1595.
12. Flensburger Schifffahrtsmuseum
The Flensburg Maritime Museum is a branch of the Municipal Museum, founded in 1979, which was inaugurated in 1984 in the former customs packing house at the Schiffbrücke as a highlight of the city's 700th anniversary; it offers an overview of Flensburg's seafaring tradition in addition to the city's history.
Christuskirche is an evangelical Lutheran church in the M ü rwik district of Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein. The listed modern church building is located at F ö rdestraße 4-8 and is surrounded by dioceses and priests' offices. The center of M ü rwik, Twedter Plack, is not far from the church.
The Christiansenpark is a park in the city of Flensburg, in the district of Westliche Höhe. It is located near the Old Cemetery, the city park and the Museum Hill, to whose complex it belongs today. The Christiansenpark is the second largest park in the city, after the Volkspark near Mürwik.
The Church of the Holy Spirit (german) or Helligåndskirken (Danish) is the main church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Denmark in Flensburg, Germany. The church is located directly in the old town of Flensburg on the Große Straße in the Marienkirchspiel.
16. Sankt Jürgen
St. Jürgen-Kirche is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the Jürgensby district of the city of Flensburg in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. The church, in the vicinity of which there is also a parish hall and pastorate, is located at Jürgensgaarder Straße 1.
17. Sankt Marien
The Church of St. Mary Sorrowful Mother in Flensburg was built between 1898 and 1900 in neo-Gothic style according to plans by the architect Heinrich Flügel. The Roman Catholic parish church is one of the cultural monuments of Flensburg's city centre.
18. Wehrgeschichtliches Ausbildungszentrum (WGAZ)
The commander's villa in Flensburg-Mürwik was built between 1907 and 1910 as part of the Mürwik Naval School. Today it houses the Military History Training Centre (WGAZ). The villa is one of the cultural monuments of the district.
20. Sankt Gertrud
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.
21. Sankt Ansgar
St. Ansgar's Church is a Roman Catholic church in the Mürwik district of Flensburg. The modern church building from 1957, which was dedicated to the "Apostle of the North" Ansgar, is now a cultural monument.
22. Ansgar Kirke
Ansgar Church (Danish: Ansgar Kirke, German: Ansgarkirche) is an evangelical lutheran church in northern Flensburg, Germany. Its congregation is the largest within the Danish Church in Southern Schleswig.
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