Explore interesting sights in Hamelin, 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 11 sights are available in Hamelin, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Hamelin
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2. Pied Piper's House
The Pied Piper's House or Rattenfängerhaus is a half-timbered building in Hamelin. It is named after an inscription on its side which purports to be an eyewitness account of the events of the Pied Piper of Hamelin story, describing the departure of the Hamelin children on 26 June 1284. An English translation given on a plaque reads:A.D. 1284 - on the 26th of June - the day of St. John and St. Paul - 130 children - born in Hamelin - were led out of the town by a piper wearing multicoloured clothes. After passing the Calvary near the Koppenberg they disappeared forever.
3. Ehemaliges Horst Wessel Denkmal
The Horst-Wessel monument was a cenotaph for the SA-Sturmführer Horst Wessel, who was killed in Berlin in 1930. The remnants of the former monument are located in the Süntel about 700 meters as the crow flies north of the Hamelen district of Welliehausen in Lower Saxony. It was planned from 1933 and until 1938 in the vicinity of earlier quarries at about 370 m above sea level. Nhn built. With the construction, a visual cover over 12 kilometers to the south -facing Bückeberg was produced, on which the Reich harvested festival took place from 1933 to 1937.
4. Tündernsche Mühle
Tündern is a village and a former municipality in the district of Hameln-Pyrmont, in Lower Saxony, Germany. The village lies in an arc of the Weser, which flows past to the west, and is connected to the town centre via the state road 424. In terms of area, Tündern is the largest single district of Hamelin.
5. Glockenspiel am Hochzeitshaus
The wedding house in Hameln is an important Weser Renaissance building in Lower Saxony, which was built from Süntelsandstein. It is considered the last stone building that was built in this style in Hameln and is a listed building. The construction period was from 1610 to 1617.
6. Münster St. Bonifatius
The Minster of St. Boniface is an Evangelical Lutheran former monastery and collegiate church in Hamelin, Germany. It is located on the southwestern edge of the historic old town, not far from the Weser. The listed church is an element of the coat of arms of Hamelin.
7. Museum Hameln
The Hameln Museum is located in two buildings in the historic Hameln Old Town, the Leisthaus and the neighbouring Stiftsherrenhaus. The two buildings on Osterstraße are one of the most important buildings from the Weserrenaissance period in Hameln.
The Abbey House is one of the most famous houses in the old town of Hameln and is located on Osterstrasse in the middle of the pedestrian zone. It represents one of the most magnificent buildings of the Weser Renaissance and is listed.
The Leisthaus is one of the most famous houses in the old town of Hameln and represents one of the most magnificent buildings in the Weseraiissance. It is located on Osterstrasse in the middle of the pedestrian zone and is listed.
10. Marktkirche St. Nicolai
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