Here you can find interesting sights in Hann. Münden, 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 9 sights are available in Hann. Münden, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
The Welfenschloss Münden is an earlier castle in Hann. Münden in southern Lower Saxony, which was included in the medieval city fortification. The castle complex, which is now made of two building wings, was built from 1501 by Duke Erich I. von Lüneburg-Braunschweig as a residence castle with an administrative headquarters in the Gothic style, whereby a previous complex as a medieval castle can be assumed. When the Welfenschloss was destroyed by a fire in 1560, Duke Erich II had it rebuilt as a four -wing plant in the style of the Weser Renaissance or Dutch Renaissance from 1571. During his death in 1584, the construction was unfinished and lost in importance, since the Welfish sovereigns only used it occasionally as a whereabouts. After destruction in the Thirty Years' War, the castle was used as a barracks and later as a grain memory. Today it is the seat of public institutions.
2. Ruine St. Laurentius
The church ruin St. Laurentius in the district Altmünden of Hann. Münden in Lower Saxony is the ruin of a church building. It was the church of Gimundi, a forerunner of Münden, of which only a few remains of the wall have survived above ground. The church consisted of two successive parts of the building from the Romanesque period around the 11th to the 12th century and the Gothic period around the 13th century. Because of its mighty walls, the building was considered a fortified church in the early days. The church was demolished during the Thirty Years' War, as the stone material was needed for other church buildings in Münden.
Weserstein or Wesersteine refers to three memorial stones that are located in the Göttingen (Germany) district in the southern Lower Saxony and in the Wesermarsch. In Hann. Münden on the 116.5 m above sea level. There are two of these stones, which is located, another memorial stone stands in the Nordenham district of Blexen at the mouth of the Weser into the North Sea.
4. Alte Werrabrücke
Hann. Münden is a town in Lower Saxony, Germany. Münden lies in the district of Göttingen at the confluence of the Fulda and Werra rivers, which join to form the Weser. It has about 24,000 inhabitants (2013). It is famous for its half-timbered houses, some of them more than 600 years old.
St. Elizabeth is the Catholic parish church in Hann. Münden is in the Gottingen district. Built between 1887 and 1889, this neo-Romanesque church, sponsored by St. Elizabeth of Thuringia, belongs to Gottingen Parish and is the southernmost parish church in Hildesheim Parish.
6. Historisches Rathaus
The Rotunda of Münden is Hann's former doghouse tower. Münden is located in the south of Lower Saxony and belongs to the medieval Münden fortifications. The rotunda was built in the 15th century to protect the city gate Oberes Tor, a fortress outside the city walls.
The Weser song facility is a monument built in 1931 as a rondel with a viewpoint above the core city of Hann. Münden in the Göttingen (Germany) district in southern Lower Saxony (Germany). It is reminiscent of the Weser song of 1835.
9. St. Blasius
St. Blasius Church is a church building in Hann, Germany. Minden, a town in Gottingen (Lower Saxony). The three-nave Gothic Hall Church is located in the heart of the Old City, surrounded by historic houses.
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