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1. Pallotti-Kirche St. Johannes
The Pallottine Church of St. John the Baptist is a modern church building in the northern part of Freising (Upper Bavaria). It was built between 1928 and 1930 together with an elongated missionary seminary according to plans by the Darmstadt architect Jan Hubert Pinand. With the complex, Pinand created one of the most important buildings of ecclesiastical expressionism in Old Bavaria. All sculptures and reliefs of the church are works of the Munich sculptor Karl Baur and date from the period from 1930 to about 1955.
2. Denkmal für Freisinger Gelehrte
The Fraisin Scholar Monument is a small, about two-meter-high memorial stone located on the Western Cathedral Hill in Fraisin (Upper Bavaria). He was born in the mid-19th century. Built in the 13th century, it is located below the prince-bishop residence and takes the shape of Gothic spire. The monument honors three of Fraisin's scholars: Victor Arnpike, Ruprecht von Fraisin and Joachim Haberstock. Its creator is Einsele, a stonemason from Freessing, whose logo is located at the bottom of the monument.
3. Diözesanmuseum für christliche Kunst
Diözesanmuseum Freising-Dimu, located in Domberg, Freising, is a museum in Munich and the Archdiocese of Freising. The collection includes works from the beginning of May 5th. From the 19th century to contemporary modern art. It is the second largest collection of Catholic art in the world, second only to the Vatican Museum. The collection focuses on Byzantine, Late Gothic, Baroque, contemporary art, and testimony to piety-including a large collection of cribs.
The Mariensäule is a red marble column crowned by a figure of Mary in the middle of Marienplatz, in the central location of Freising's old town. The column is one of the most striking monuments of the historic old town. It was founded in 1674 for the veneration of Mary as Patrona Bavariae by Prince-Bishop Albrecht Sigismund. The Mariensäule on Marienplatz in Munich may have served as a model.
The Chapel of St. Korbinian or Asam Chapel was a chapel on the southern slope of the Weihenstephaner Berg in Freising, which stood above a spring, the Korbiniansbrünnlein. The ruin has been preserved and can be reached via the walking paths of the southern slope of Weihenstephan. For some years now, there has also been a staircase again, from the Hofgarten down to the Korbiniansbrünnlein.
The Sichtungsgarten Weihenstephan is a 7 ha garden maintained by the Fachhochschule Weihenstephan. It is located at Am Staudengarten 9, Weihenstephan, Freising, Bavaria, Germany, and is open daily from April to October. Admission is free. Along with several other gardens located at Weihenstephan, the Sichtungsgarten is part of the Weihenstephaner Gärten.
The Königsstein is an approximately four-metre-high stone pillar on the banks of the Moosach in Freising. The monument was created by the sculptor Josef Kirchmayr and erected on the occasion of the jubilee celebrations of the 25-year reign of the Bavarian King Maximilian Joseph on 16 February 1824. Until 1853 it stood near the Holy Spirit Hospital.
8. Korbinian- und Nonnosushof
Kollegiatstift St. Andreas is an academy in Freising (Domannexstift). The building of the monastery is located in the west of the cathedral and the west of the prince-bishop residence. The university church is the second cathedral in Freessing, second only to the cathedral; The monastery also includes 8 dioceses and 30 branches.
The Andreasbrunnen is a fountain on the western Domberg in Freising (Upper Bavaria). It was built in 1697 under Prince-Bishop Johann Franz Eckher von Kapfing und Liechteneck in front of St. Andrew's Church in the Baroque style. The apostle sculpture comes from the workshop of the Munich sculptor Franz Ableithner.
The Marstall on the Domberg in Freising was built as a court stable for the prince-bishops of the Prince-Bishopric of Freising. Today, the building houses the all-day care of the neighboring Domgymnasium, the Domsingschule and Renovabis, the Eastern European relief organization of the Catholic Church.
11. Freisinger Dom
Freising Cathedral, also called Saint Mary and Corbinian Cathedral, is a romanesque basilica in Freising, Bavaria. It is the co-cathedral of the Catholic Archdiocese of Munich and Freising. Freising Cathedral is also known for being the place where Pope Benedict XVI was ordained a priest.
12. ehem. Korbinianskapelle
Weihenstephan Abbey was a Benedictine monastery in Weihenstephan, now part of the district of Freising, in Bavaria, Germany. Brauerei Weihenstephan, located at the monastery site since at least 1040, is said to be the world's oldest continuously operating brewery.
13. St. Benedikt
Benediktuskirche is a Catholic church in Freising. The church is located to the east of the cathedral and can be reached through the cloister, which runs through the back of the Benedictine church. The church and cloister are separated only by iron bars.
14. Denkmal für Otto von Freising
The Otto von Freisin Monument is a stone sculpture located in Freisin Cathedral (Upper Bavaria). This is to commemorate the 22nd. Bishop Fraisin (1138-1158) is considered one of the most important historians in the Middle Ages.
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