9 Sights in Hagen, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Hagen, 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 Hagen, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Hagen

1. Heilig-Geist-Kirche

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Heilig-Geist-Kirche is a church in the Catholic Diocese of Heilig-Geist in Emst District of Hagen (Westphalia). The groundbreaking ceremony was held on the 9th. May 1954. The consecration ceremony was held on January 12th. He was presided over on 23 June 1955 by Franz Hensbach, assistant bishop of Paderborn. The church was designed by Dominikus Böhm, a renowned architect in Cologne who had a major influence on church architecture in Germany in the post-war years.

Wikipedia: Heilig-Geist-Kirche (Hagen) (DE), Website, Architect Wikipedia

2. Karl-Ernst-Osthaus Museum

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The Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum is an art museum in Hagen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The center of the museum is a building whose interior was designed by Henry van de Velde to house Karl Ernst Osthaus' art collection, open to the public as the Museum Folkwang. When Osthaus' heirs sold his art collection to the city of Essen, the city of Hagen gained possession of the empty museum building. For a time it served as offices for the local electric company.

Wikipedia: Osthaus-Museum Hagen (EN)

3. Hagen Hauptbahnhof

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Hagen Hauptbahnhof is a railway station serving the city of Hagen in western Germany. It is an important rail hub for the southeastern Ruhr area, offering regional and long distance connections. The station was opened in 1848 as part of the Bergisch-Märkische Railway Company's Elberfeld–Dortmund line and is one of the few stations in the Ruhr valley to retain its original station hall, which dates back to 1910.

Wikipedia: Hagen Hauptbahnhof (EN)

4. Hohenhof

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Hohenhof Frank Vincentz / CC BY-SA 3.0

Hohenhof is a 1908-built Art Nouveau villa, located within Gartenstadt Hohenhagen in the city of Hagen, Germany. The villa was designed by Belgian architect Henry van de Velde as a Gesamtkunstwerk - incorporating shell, accessories, furnishings, landscape and all into the building's design.

Wikipedia: Hohenhof (EN)

5. Emil Schuhmacher Museum

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The Emil Schumacher Museum is an art museum and part of the Kunstquartier in Hagen and dedicated to the internationally important and Hagen-born painter Emil Schumacher. It was opened on 28 August 2009 in the run-up to the Capital of Culture year RUHR.2010 in a purpose-built new building.

Wikipedia: Emil Schumacher Museum (DE)

6. Arbeitersiedlung Walddorfstraße

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The workers' housing estate Walddorfstraße of the Hagen textile industry Gebr. Elbers AG in Hagen (Westf.) was planned by the Munich architect Richard Riemerschmid. Her name is closely associated with the Hagener Impuls and the great Hagen patron of the arts Karl Ernst Osthaus.

Wikipedia: Arbeitersiedlung Walddorfstraße (DE)

7. Kulturzentrum Pelmke

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Kulturzentrum Pelmke is one of four independent cultural centers in the city of Hagen, juxtaposed with AllerWeltHaus, Hasper Hammer and Hohenlimburger Werkhof. It is located in the Wehringhausen district. Kulturzentrum Pelmke e. V. Managing director of. It's Juergen Brewer.

Wikipedia: Kulturzentrum Pelmke (DE)

8. Villa Cuno

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The Villa Cuno is a villa built in 1909/10 according to design by Peter Behrens and construction supervision by Walter Gropius for the mayor of Hagen Willi Cuno in Hagen-Eppenhausen, Haßleyer Straße 35. It has been used by a kindergarten since the mid-1990s.

Wikipedia: Villa Cuno (DE), Architect Wikipedia


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The Elbers textile factory was a company in Hagen, Germany, which existed from 1822 to 1932. Located in the centre of Hagen, the premises of the cotton textile factory were of great importance for the economic development of the city.

Wikipedia: Textilfabrik Elbers (DE)

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