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

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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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 the architect Fritz Trautwein, due to its shape, quickly received the name "The Flower Vase". 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 closed down and later sold and converted into residential. 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 the hinterland.

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2. Bergmühle

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Bjergmølle is a four -wing Gallery Holler in Flensburg, which was built in 1792. The mill is located on a hill (Krumbjerg) north of Flensburg's center at Bov Landvej. It was in operation as a grain mill until 1956. The mill has undergone redevelopments in 1869 and 1875 and a comprehensive restoration in 1990. The functional mill is today owned by the municipality. Part of the inventory is preserved. The mill is protected. Next to the building there is a small peasant garden. A private association works since 1981 for the preservation of the mill and Møllegården.

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3. Diako-Kirche

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The DIAKO Church is the church of the Diakonie congregation in Flensburg. It is located in the southeast of the area of the Diakonissenkrankenhaus Flensburg on Marienhölzungsweg and Knuthstraße in the district Westliche Höhe. 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.

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4. Sankt Petri

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St. Peter's Church is a church building of Evangelical Lutheran Church in northern Germany. It was built between 1908 and 1909 and is named after Simon Peter. St Peter's Church, which can be seen from a distance, is considered a landmark of the new town and Nordstadt. It is one of the cultural monuments in this area.

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5. Sankt Marien

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The Marienkirche or Sankt-Marien-Kirche is one of the main churches of the city of Flensburg. The municipality belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church Circle of Schleswig-Flensburg in the North Church. From the Nordermarkt you get to the Marienkirche via the crouches, a historical connection from 1595.

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6. Schifffahrtsmuseum

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The Flensburg Maritime Museum, an affiliate 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.

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7. Sankt Jürgen

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The St. Jürgen Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the Jürgensby district of the city of Flensburg in Schleswig-Holstein. The church, in the area of which the parish hall and pastorate can also be found, is located at Jürgensgaarder Straße 1.

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8. Wehrgeschichtliches Ausbildungszentrum (WGAZ)

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The Commander's Villa in Flensburg-Mürwik was built as part of the Mürwik Naval School between 1907 and 1910. Today it houses the Wehrgeschichtliches Ausbildungszentrum (WGAZ). The villa is one of the cultural monuments of the district.

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9. 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.

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10. Ansgar Kirke

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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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11. Sankt Ansgar

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St. Anska Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Mürwik district of Flensburg. This modern church, built in 1957, is dedicated to Anka, the "Apostle of the North", and is now a cultural monument.

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