8 Sights in Hann. Münden, Germany (with Map and Images)

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 8 sights are available in Hann. Münden, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Hann. Münden

1. Welfenschloss

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Welfenschloss Münden is a castle in Hann, Germany. Münden is located in the south of Lower Saxony and is part of the medieval Münden fortifications. Today's castle complex consists of two flanks, built in 1501 by Erich I, Duke of Lueneburg-Brunswick, as a Gothic-style residential palace and administrative headquarters, while the predecessor complex is considered a medieval castle. Duke Erich II abandoned Verfin Castle when it was destroyed in a fire in 1560.

Wikipedia: Welfenschloss Münden (DE)

2. Weserstein

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Weserstein or Wesersteine are three memorial stones that are located in the southern Lower Saxony district of Göttingen (Germany) and in the district of Wesermarsch in northern Lower Saxony. In Hann. Münden at the confluence of the Werra and Fulda rivers at 116.5 m above sea level, two of these stones stand, another memorial stone stands in the Nordenham district of Blexen at the mouth of the Weser into the North Sea.

Wikipedia: Weserstein (DE)

3. St.-Elisabeth-Kirche

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St. Elisabeth is the Catholic parish church in Hann. Münden in the district of Göttingen. The neo-Romanesque church with the patronage of St. Elisabeth of Thuringia was built from 1887 to 1889, belongs to the deanery of Göttingen and is the southernmost parish church in the diocese of Hildesheim.

Wikipedia: St. Elisabeth (Hann. Münden) (DE)

4. Alte Werrabrücke

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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.

Wikipedia: Hann. Münden (EN)

5. Wüstenfeldsches Palais

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Wüstenfeldsche Palais is a building in Hann, Germany. Minden, South Lower Saxony. This palatial Bürgerhaus was built in 1804 by entrepreneur Christian Bernhard Wüstefeld in a classical style. It is considered to be the most representative civil building in this area at that time.

Wikipedia: Wüstenfeldsches Palais (DE)

6. Rotunde

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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.

Wikipedia: Rotunde (Münden) (DE)

7. Weserliedanlage

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The Weserliedanlage is a monument erected in 1931 as a roundabout with a viewpoint above the core town of Hann. Münden in the southern Lower Saxony district of Göttingen (Germany). It is reminiscent of the Weserlied from 1835.

Wikipedia: Weserliedanlage (DE)

8. St. Blasius

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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.

Wikipedia: St. Blasius (Hannoversch Münden) (DE)

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