5 Sights in Großeutersdorf, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Großeutersdorf, 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 5 sights are available in Großeutersdorf, Germany.

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1. Leuchtenburg

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The Leuchtenburg is a hilltop castle near Seitenroda in Thuringia, Germany. The renovated medieval castle complex is used for tourism and houses the exhibition Porzellanwelten Leuchtenburg, a museum and, as part of a modern extension, a walk-in footbridge of wishes that protrudes into the valley The castle offers a wide panoramic view of the Middle Saale Valley and the Thuringian Holzland on a mountain cone visible from afar with a height of 395 m above sea level. The Leuchtenburg is considered the "Queen of the Saale Valley". In its long and eventful history, the castle complex was a medieval official residence, poor as well as madhouse and penitentiary and has been used for tourism since the end of the 19th century. Since 2007 it has been under the administration of the Leuchtenburg Foundation.

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2. Dohlenstein

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Dohlenstein Tomukas - Thomas Holbach / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Dohlenstein is a 366.4 m high mountain east of Kahla in Thuringia. It is thus perched about 200 m above the Saale Valley, whose valley floor is 160 m. The northwestern slope of the Dohlenstein breaks off steeply towards an impact slope of the Saale. Around 1350 there was a vineyard there. In the centuries that followed, landslides broke loose from there several times, leaving behind a demolition niche up to 40 m high from the vertically sloping rocks of the Lower Muschelkalk. Large landslides are documented for 1740, 1780, 1828, 1881 and 1920.

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3. ehem. Reimahg, Objekt Lachs

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In the years 1944/1945 the REIMAHG was an underground armaments plant in the Walpersberg near Kahla in Thuringia. This was where the Messerschmitt Me 262, the first series-produced jet fighter, was to be produced. The name of the Commander-in-Chief of the German Air Force was chosen by Fritz Sauckel, the Gauleiter of Thuringia and at the same time Reich Plenipotentiary for Labor Deployment, in order to improve in the struggle for competences in the National Socialist German Reich.

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4. Dorfkirche Löbschütz

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The village church of Löbschütz is located in the Löbschütz district of the city of Kahla in the Saale-Holzland-Kreis in Thuringia. It belongs to the parish area of Kahla in the Eisenberg church district of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany.

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5. Dorfkirche St. Georg

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The village church of St. Georg is in the municipality of Großeutersdorf in the Saale-Holzland-Kreis in Thuringia. It belongs to the parish area of Kahla in the Eisenberg church district of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany.

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