Explore interesting sights in Freiberg, 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 9 sights are available in Freiberg, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Freiberg
From 1868 onwards, Bismarck monuments were erected in many parts of the German Empire in honour of the long-serving Prussian minister-president and first German Reichskanzler, Prince Otto von Bismarck. Today some of these monuments are on the soil of other countries including France, Poland and Russia as well as the former German colonies on other continents.
2. Schloss Freudenstein
Freudenstein Castle is located on the Schloßplatz on the edge of the town centre of Freiberg in the German state of Saxony. Its history is closely linked to the House of Wettin. After several conversions the castle is now a stately home with four wings comprising these buildings: the Langes Haus, Neues Haus, Kirchenflügel, Großer Turm und Schmales Haus.
The Three Brothers Shaft is a shaft dug between 1791 and 1818 in the Freiberg mining area. Originally built as part of a drainage project, among other things, it developed into the main shaft of the Blessing of God Duke Augustus mine. After the cessation of mining, one of the world's first cavern power plants was built in 1914 in the Three Brothers Shaft.
4. Freiberg Cathedral
The Freiberg Cathedral or Cathedral of St Mary is a church of the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Saxony in Freiberg in Saxony. The term Dom, a German synecdoche used for collegiate churches and cathedrals alike, is often uniformly translated as cathedral into English, even though this church here was a collegiate church, not a cathedral.
5. Freibergsdorfer Hammerwerk
Freibergsdorf hammer is an important witness to the development of Erzgebirge's original industry. Of the many previous hammer plants in Saxony, apart from Freibergsdorfer hammers, only three others-Eisenhammer in Dorfchemnitz, Frohnauer hammers and "Althammer" in Saigerhütte Grünthal-remain in normal operation.
6. Freiberg Germany Temple
The Freiberg Germany Temple is a temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located in Freiberg, Saxony, Germany. The church announced the temple in October 1982, ground was broken for construction on April 23, 1983, and the temple was dedicated on June 29 and June 30, 1985.
7. Bahnhof Freiberg
Freiberg (Sachs) station is a station on the Dresden–Werdau railway and the Nossen–Moldava railway in Freiberg in the German state of Saxony. Until 1995 it was also the start of the disused Freiberg–Halsbrücke railway.
8. Mittelsächsisches Theater
The Mittelsächsisches Theater emerged in 1993 as Mittelsächsische Theater und Philharmonie gGmbH from the merger of the Stadttheater Freiberg and Döbeln. It includes the drama, musical theatre and philharmonic divisions.
9. TP Freiberg
The Royal Saxon Triangulation (here with the historical proper name) is a state survey carried out in the years 1862 to 1890 on the territory of the Kingdom of Saxony with simultaneous creation of a trigonometric network.
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