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Here you can find interesting sights in Freiburg im Breisgau, 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 20 sights are available in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Freiburg im Breisgau
1. Alte Synagoge
The old synagogue on Freiburg's Old Synagogue Square in Bryshgau was built in 1869/70 and destroyed in 1938 during the "Reichspogromnacht" (Holocaust Night). During the construction work on the plaza renovation in 2016, the wreckage of the building foundation was found, excavated and recorded in several places, and then partially demolished and backfilled to build a symbolic basin on it. (2) In the construction work of the square renovation in 2016, the wreckage of the building foundation was found, excavated and recorded in several places, the wreckage of the building foundation was found in several places, and the wreckage of the building foundation was found in several places. The fountain, known as the site of memorial, corresponds in size and location to the floor plan of the destroyed synagogue and was opened to the public in 2017. The memorial fountain is still a controversial issue about its concept and use.
2. Konzerthaus Freiburg
The Freiburg Konzerthaus is a concert hall in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, that was opened to the public in 1996. Based on plans by architect Dietrich Bangert, the building is used for concerts and performances, as well as conventions and meetings. Under the working title "Cultural Event and Conference Location", it was one of the most controversial building projects in Freiburg since the end of World War II. Until 2016, it served as the headquarters of the Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra. With its multiuse great hall, it serves as a venue for a range of diverse events.
Ludwig Church, located in Neuburg, Gaufreiburg District, Bryce, is a place of worship of Lutheran Church. Ludwigskirche, located in Starkenstraße, is directly adjacent to the old cemetery, named after Grand Duke Ludwigskirche I, who built the old Ludwigskirche, which was destroyed by bombs in 1944 and is located at the corner of what is today Habsburgerstraße and Rheinstraße. Neuburg districts are often misassigned to pastoralists because the word Neuburg is not very entrenched in the population.
The Johanneskirche is a catholic church located in Freiburg im Breisgau. It was first opened in 1899 and is currently located in the Wiehre district. Around the church, further historic buildings were built. On the western side is the presbytery of the community next to a vocational school and to the north is the Lessingschule. At the same time as the Johanneskirche was being completed, the Protestant Christians built their own church near to Johanneskirche, the Christuskirche.
The Stadtgarten of Freiburg is a 2.6 ha park within the Neuburg district. It has an old tree grove and a large rose garden, and lies between the Leopoldring, Jackob Burckhardt, Ludwig and Mozart streets near Freiburg's city centre. It is connected to Karlsplatz via the Karlssteg footbridge, which is made from pre-stressed concrete. Since 2008 the Schlossberg Tram, an inclined elevator, leads up to Schlossberg. It replaced the Schlossberg Cable Car built in 1968.
6. Die Spur
Robert Schad created the sculpture Die Spur in 2018 for the Institute of Disease Modeling and Targeted Medicine (replica) at Freiburg University Hospital. It was erected at the end of April 2021, in the presence of artists, between the Institute building in the Stühlinger district of Gaufreiburg, Bryce, and the sidewalk of Breisacher Straße 113. The institute is due to close [out of date] in 2021, hoping to develop individual therapies through data analysis.
7. Christian Daniel Nussbaum
Christian Daniel Nussbaum is a German politician (Social Democratic Party) and a member of parliament from Baden-Wuerttemberg. In March 1933, during the Nazi "seizure of power", Knusenbaum shot dead two police officers in Freiburg, Brythgau, who tried to put him in "protective custody". Nu å baum was later acquitted; The deaths of the two policemen were used by Baden's state socialists as a pretext for tougher action against the workers' movement.
The Loretto Chapel on Fribourg's Loretto Hill is one of many replicas of Santa Casa within the Basilica of the Holy House in Loreto in the Italian pilgrimage site of Loreto. The ensemble includes the Brüderhaus next to the chapel, the Stations of the Cross originally rising from Lorettostraße and the Hilda Tower above the chapel, which was built in 1886 and named after the last Grand Duchess of Baden, Hilda of Nassau.
9. Archäologisches Museum Colombischlössle
The Colombischlössle Archeological Museum is a museum in Freiburg im Breisgau in southwest Germany which features the prehistoric inheritance of the High and Upper Rhine. It was founded as the Museum of Prehistory and Early History in 1983. The focus of the museum is on the human development of the High and upper Rhine from the Paleolithic Age to the Early Middle Ages.
10. Münster Unserer Lieben Frau
Freiburg Minster is the cathedral of Freiburg im Breisgau, southwest Germany. The last duke of Zähringen had started the building around 1200 in romanesque style. The construction continued in 1230 in Gothic style. The minster was partly built on the foundations of an original church that had been there from the beginning of Freiburg, in 1120.
11. Heroischer Rhythmus IX
Roberto Lardera, informally known as Berto Lardera, was an Italian sculptor of the 20th century. He was born in La Spezia, Italy, the son of a naval engineer. He was self-taught and his leanings towards monumental, metallic sculptures may have been influenced by the sights he grew up with in the naval dockyards.
The Christuskirche is a Protestant church in Freiburg im Breisgau in the district of Wiehre. It was built between 1889 and 1891 according to designs by the architect Ludwig Diemer and inaugurated on 31 May 1891. It belongs to the parish of Freiburg Ost of the Evangelical Church in Baden.
The Roman Catholic Diocese Church Maria Hilfe der Christen, or Maria Hilf for short, is a place of worship for the diocese of the same name in the Oberwiehre district of Freiburg. It is part of the Wiehre-Günterstal pastoral unit in the Diocese of Freiburg, Archdiocese of Freiburg.
14. Sankt Cyriak und Perpetua Kirche
St. Cyriak and Perpetua is a Roman Catholic church located in the Wiehre district of Gaufreiburg, Bryce, Germany. This baroque chapel is located in Annaplatz in Kirchstraße, so it is also called Annakirchle. It belongs to the Freiburg Wiehre-Günterstal priest unit.
15. Adelhauser Kirche
The Adelhausen Church of the Annunciation and St. Catherine is a Roman Catholic church in the Altstadt-Ring district of Freiburg im Breisgau. It was originally the church of the Dominican convent Adelhausen and is now a branch church of the Freiburg cathedral parish.
The University Church, or Universitätskirche, is a Catholic church at the University of Freiburg. Located on Bertoldstrasse amongst the university buildings, the former Jesuit church (Jesuitenkirche) has been part of the university since the 18th Century.
17. Sankt Urban
St. Urban is the Catholic parish church in the district of Herdern in the city of Freiburg im Breisgau. The current building dates back to 1935/36. The eponym is the canonized Pope Urban I, who is considered the patron saint of winemakers.
18. Dr. Edith Stein
Edith Stein was a German Jewish philosopher who converted to Christianity and became a Discalced Carmelite nun. She is canonized as a martyr and saint of the Catholic Church; she is also one of six patron saints of Europe.
The Herz-Jesu-Kirche is a Catholic church in Freiburg im Breisgau in the district of Stühlinger, which was consecrated in 1897. It is a historicist building whose double-tower façade is reminiscent of Limburg Cathedral.
20. Historisches Kaufhaus
The Historical Merchants' Hall is one of the most outstanding buildings in Freiburg im Breisgau. It is situated on the south side of the Minster Square. It stands out clearly due to its dominant red facade.
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