31 Sights in Halle (Saale), Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Halle (Saale), 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 31 sights are available in Halle (Saale), Germany.

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1. Neue Residenz

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From 1644, The new residence is the name given to the four-winged building complex in the city of Halle an der Saale, built in 1531 as New Gebew. The imposing building, built by Cardinal Albrecht of Brandenburg, is the result of the early import of Italian Renaissance ideas and motifs into central and northern Germany and one of the most important buildings of the early Renaissance in Germany. It is an unfortified building complex with residential character and with formerly close connection to an elaborate garden beyond the city wall.

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2. Zur heiligsten Dreieinigkeit

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The Church of the Holy Trinity is a Roman Catholic parish church in the south of the city of Halle (Saale) in Saxony-Anhalt. The church was created as a central building by Wilhelm Ulrich from 1929 to 1930 and is listed as a monument in the list of monuments of the state of Saxony-Anhalt under the registration number 094 04818. The building was grown to the exam buildings of the nearby Halle Franciscan monastery, which had been built in 1923/24.

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3. Wasserturm

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The water tower of Harley (Salle) main railway station was built around 1910. It's 17, 25 meters high. It is located to the north of the railway bridge at Grand Central Station. The water tank has a volume of 210 cubic meters and is designed according to Klönne principle. It was used to supply boiler feed water to steam locomotives by waterwheels, initially from the depot in Payson and later from the public water supply network.

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4. Roter Turm

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The red tower is part of the landmark of the city of Halle (Saale). He forms this together with the four towers of the market church of our dear women. Halle is often referred to as the city of the five towers because of the striking silhouette of these two buildings. The tower burned out on April 16, 1945 through artillery shot and lost its characteristic tower helmet. It was restored to the tower conversion.

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5. Propsteikirche St. Franziskus und St. Elisabeth

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Propsteikirche St. Franziskus und St. Elisabeth Ralf Lotys (Sicherlich) / CC BY 2.5

St. Francis and St. Elisabeth is the Catholic Propsteikirche of Halle (Saale) in Saxony-Anhalt. The church, located in the city center, in the city center, city district, was built from 1894 to 1896 according to plans by the architect Arnold Güldenpfennig as a brick building in a neo -Gothic style and is recorded in the list of monument of the city of Halle under the collection number 094 04870.

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6. Dom

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Halle Cathedral is the oldest surviving church in the old part of the city Halle, Saale. Beside it resided the Archbishop of Magdeburg, who ruled the city for a long period. Albert of Brandenburg remodelled the church's exterior from 1520 onwards and built the neighbouring Neue Residenz, aiming to make the church one of the most influential and powerful monasteries north of the Alps.

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7. Robertinum

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Robertinum Ralf Lotys (Sicherlich) / CC BY 3.0

The Archaeological Museum of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, formerly at times Archaeological Museum Robertinum, is home to the archaeological collections of the University of Halle in Halle (Saale). It is located in the building built by 1889 to 1891 on the university square; In 1922, this received the honorary name Robertinum in memory of Carl Robert.

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8. Kunsthalle Talstraße

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The Kunstverein ”Talstrasse“ e. V. is a non -profit and registered association based in Halle (Saale), which is devoted to the mediation and promotion of contemporary art. He is the bearer of the Kunsthalle "Talstrasse" and a member of the Working Group of German Art Associations (ADKV), in the Museumsverband Sachsen-Anhalt and in the German Museum Association.

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9. Fritz-Weineck-Gedenktafel

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Friedrich August Weineck, better known as Fritz Weineck, was a brush binder and horn player in the Red Front Fighters' League, who was shot by the police during an election rally of the KPD and was therefore revered as a communist martyr in the later GDR. Following the title of a song dedicated to him and his death, Weineck also became known as The Little Trumpeter.

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10. Stolperstein A. + E. Goldberg

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Halle (Saale) 's stumbling block list contains all the stumbling blocks laid by Gunter Demnig within the framework of Halle (Saale) 's art project of the same name. They are in honor of the victims of National Socialism who lived and worked in Harley. As of November 2019, a total of 247 stones were laid to 114 addresses; More stones are being planned.

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11. Zoologischer Garten

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Harley Zoo, also known as Harley Mountain Zoo, was built in 1901 on Ryles Fort Hill, 130 meters north of Harley (Salle), in Gibbishenstein District. With a total area of 9 hectares, it is one of the smaller zoos. However, due to its structure on several levels around the mountain, the terrain seems to be much larger than it actually is.

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12. Marktkirche Unser Lieben Frauen

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The Marktkirche Unser Lieben Frauen is a church in the centre of the city of Halle, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. It was built between 1529 and 1554 and is the most recent of the city's medieval churches. In German, its official name is shortened to Liebfrauenkirche but it is also referred to as Marienkirche and the Marktkirche.

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13. Friedemann-Bach-Haus

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The Wilhelm Friedemann Bach House is a cultural site in Halle in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The composer Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710–1784), eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach, lived here during part of his career; the building now has an exhibition about W. F. Bach and other composers who lived in Halle.

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14. Georg Friedrich Händel

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The Handel Monument in Halle (Saale) is the only monument in Germany in honour of the german-British Baroque composer George Frideric Handel. It was realized there in 1859 on the occasion of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the artist's death in a joint effort between Germans and British.

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15. Pauluskirche

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Pauluskirche Michael Hanke / CC BY 2.5

The Pauluskirche is a listed Evangelical Church in Halle (Saale) built between 1900 and 1903. In the list of monuments of the city of Halle, the church is recorded under the registration number 094 11573. The Paulusgemeinde belongs to the Halle Saalkreis of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany.

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16. Neumühle

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The Neumühle in Halle (Saale) is a former grain mill, which was first mentioned in 1283 and was rebuilt in 1582. In the list of monuments of the city of Halle, the mill is recorded under the detection number 094 04884. It has an entry in the "Red List" of endangered monuments of the city of Halle.

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17. Beatles Museum

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Beatles Museum Rainer Moers, Beatles Museum / CC BY-SA 3.0 de

The Beatles Museum, a museum in Harley (Salle), originally featured a travelling exhibit by the Liverpool band the Beatles. At the same time, the exhibit expanded roughly threefold, chronicling the band's time from its founding (1960) to its dissolution (1970), and the solo careers of its members.

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18. Joseph von Eichendorff

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Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff was a German poet, novelist, playwright, literary critic, translator, and anthologist. Eichendorff was one of the major writers and critics of Romanticism. Ever since their publication and up to the present day, some of his works have been very popular in Germany.

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19. Kirche im Diakoniewerk

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The institutional church in Diakonie or the church in Diakoniewerk was built in Halle (Saale) as part of Diakonissenanstalt in 1893 under the plan of Friedrich Fahro. The church, along with Philip's in Leipzig, is one of only two sacred structures in central Germany under the Wiesbaden plan.

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20. Galgenberg

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Galgenberg is a double dome in the north of Saxony-Anhalt Halle (Salle), within the framework of its northwest dome, Grosser Galgenberg, at an altitude of 134.2 meters. The NHN is the highest point in the city. Its southeast peak, Kleiner Galgenberg, is 129.6 m above sea level. NHN, get up.

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21. Jahnhöhle

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Jahnhöhle Milenavaleska / Public domain

The Jahnhöhle is located in the Klausbergen in the north of the city of Halle (Saale) in the Trotha district, directly on the banks of the Saale. Their creation is due to weathering processes and seepage water effect along rock gaps in the porphyry upcoming here.

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22. Moritzkirche

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St. Moritz, also St. Mauritius, is a church in Halle (Saale), Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, dedicated to St. Maurice. The late-Gothic hall church was built as an Augustine Stiftskirche from 1388. It features late-Gothic stone sculptures and a notable organ from 1925.

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23. Eichendorff-Bank

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Eichendorffbank is a historic building in Klausbergen, north of Halle (Saale), built in memory of Joseph von Eichendorff while he was studying in the town of Saale. The bank is listed in the historical directory of Harley with registration number 094 968 91.

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24. St. Georgen

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St Jorgen, now used as the Church of Liberty, is on the southwestern edge of downtown Harley (Salle), outside the former urban fortifications of Grocha, a suburb of Harley. The church was destroyed in an American air raid. It was shelled on April 16, 1945.

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25. Steinmühle

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Steinmühle Jan Hauke, Halle (Saale) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Steinmühle of Halle (Saale) is a water mill on Mühlgraben, the natural right arm of the Saale River. The stone mill is the former oil mill and flour mill, not a stone mill as the name implies. She probably owns the first stone mill in town.

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26. Johanneskirche

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Johanneskirche Markus Händel / CC-BY-SA-3.0

St. John's Evangelical Church in Halle (Salle) is located in the south of the city and is part of the Luther's Square district, which has been built by cooperatives since 1910. Built in 1892/1893, the church was designed by Friedrich Farrow.

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27. Reilsberg

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The Reilsberg is a 130.4 m above sea level. NHN Hohe Bergspitze in the northern urban area of Halle (Saale) and next to the 134.2 m above sea level. NHN Hohen Große Galgenberg The second highest point in the city on the right of the Saale.

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28. Fontäne

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Fontäne Ralf Lotys (Sicherlich) / CC BY 2.5

The fountain Halle is located on the brickwies, a inland island, which is extended to the west of the Saale and extended by the Mühlgraben, located in the Saaleaue district of the city of Halle (Saale). It is the third highest in Europe.

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29. Denkmalzug LKM V 10 C

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Denkmalzug LKM V 10 C Olzi / Public domain

The V10 C is a narrow gauge diesel locomotive used in factories and connecting railways. The locomotive was built by VEB Lokomotivbau Karl Marx Babelsberg (LKM) from 1959 to 1975, with a series of 496 units and a gauge of 600 to 1067 mm.

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30. Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte

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The Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte in Halle (Saale) is the archaeological state museum of the federal state of Saxony-Anhalt and belongs to the State Office for Monument Preservation and Archaeology Saxony-Anhalt.

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31. Lutherkirche

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The Evangelical Lutherkirche is a church building in the Lutherviertel in Halle (Saale) located south of the city center. The parish belongs to the Halle Saal district of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany.

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