7 Sights in Gotha, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Gotha, 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 7 sights are available in Gotha, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Gotha
1. Herzogliches Museum
Located in the castle park south opposite Friedenstein Castle, the Ducal Museum Gotha is a museum building in the Neo-Renaissance style from the 19th century. Since its reopening in 2013, it has housed the art collection of the Dukes of Saxe-Gotha with Egyptian and Greco-Roman antiquities, Renaissance painting, East Asian art from China and Japan, and sculptures from different eras. A masterpiece of the exhibition is the Gotha lovers, a painting from 1480.
2. Deutsches Versicherungsmuseum Ernst Wilhelm Arnoldi
The German Insurance Museum Ernst Wilhelm Arnoldi is an insurance history museum in Gotha (Thuringia). It is based at Bahnhofstraße 3a, in the former management building of Gothaer Lebensversicherungsbank. It is operated on behalf of the city of Gotha by the eponymous association of the Insurance Museum.
Wikipedia: Deutsches Versicherungsmuseum Ernst Wilhelm Arnoldi (DE)
3. St. Bonifatius
The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Bonifatius is located in Gotha in the Thuringian district of Gotha. It is the parish church of the parish of St. Bonifatius Gotha in the deanery of Meiningen of the Diocese of Erfurt. It bears the patronage of Saint Boniface.
4. St. Johannes
St. John's Church is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in Uelleben, a district of Gotha in Thuringia, Germany. It was built in the 17th century, belongs to the Superintendentur Gotha and is located in the center of the village.
5. Ekhof Theater
The Ekhof Theatre is one of the oldest Baroque theatres with a functioning stage machinery from the 17th century, which is still operated manually today. It is located in the west tower of Friedenstein Castle in Gotha.
6. Tierpark Gotha
The Tierpark Gotha is a small zoological garden at the foot of the Kleiner Seeberg in the residential city of Gotha. On an area of about 6 hectares, about 600 animals from about 140 species can be observed.
Josef Ritter von Gadolla was an Austro-German lieutenant colonel. As combat commander of Gotha in Thuringia, he ensured at the end of the Second World War that the city was saved from extensive destruction.
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