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1. Mahnmal für die ermordeten Juden Hannovers

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The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Hanover is located in Hanover, Germany, on Opernplatz, one of the city's central squares. It was designed by the Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto and erected in 1994 on the initiative of the Memoriam Association and financed through individual donations. The memorial is adjacent to Hanover's Opera House and commemorates the more than 6,800 Jews of Hanover who were murdered by the Nazis in the Holocaust. To date, 1,935 names have been carved in stone. Their age at the time of deportation was added to the names of the deportees, for the other victims the birth year was added. As far as is known, the subsequent fate of each individual victim was recorded. If the place of death could not be determined, "missing" was noted, as was customary elsewhere.

Wikipedia: Memorial to the murdered Jews of Hanover (EN)

2. Berggarten

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The Berggarten is a historic botanical garden, one of the gardens of the Herrenhäuser Gärten, around the residence Herrenhäuser Schloss in Herrenhausen, now part of Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany. The garden was first created in 1666 as a vegetable garden on a hill north of the palace, and then transformed into a garden for exotic plants. In 1750, it was developed into a botanical garden, with some unusual trees from the period still surviving. It features a palm house, first built in 1846, and a mausoleum, where members of the royal family were interred. Damaged by air raids in World War II, the gardens were restored. In 2000, a house for rain forest-themed gardens was added, which was transformed to an aquarium in 2007.

Wikipedia: Berggarten (EN)

3. Theater am Aegi

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Theater am Aegi Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Theater am Aegi is an event venue on Aegidientorplatz square in Hannover, the capital of Lower Saxony, Germany. Like the square, it is often referred to as Aegi. The building was opened in 1953 mainly as a cinema, with a versatile stage also for other performances. It has been a Gastspieltheater for local and touring companies, without its own personnel. After a fire, it was rebuilt as a theatre only, opened in 1967, and then mainly as a venue for drama performances of the state-run Staatstheater Hannover. After a new theatre was built for that company in 1992, Theater am Aegi returned to its traditional role of a venue for various events, including congress, private functions and representation of the city.

Wikipedia: Theater am Aegi (EN)

4. Kapelle Friederikenstift

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Friederikenstift Church is a Lutheran church in the Calenberger Neustadt district of Hanover, Germany. It is located in the old north wing of Friederikenstift Hospital in Humboldtstraße 5. In 1877, the Abbey Church was built in the center of the first floor of the building under Heinrich Wegener's plan, but the abbey was severely damaged in the Second World War, so the church moved more and more outward during the subsequent hospital reconstruction. It has three naves, built in neo-Gothic style. There is an altar, which is permanently loaned by Amke Parish. It shows St. Mary Magdalene, Nicholas, Sebastian, Anthony and Barbara as Gothic sculptures. The church was last renovated in 1996.

Wikipedia: Kirche des Friederikenstiftes (DE)

5. Gartenfriedhof

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Gartenfriedhof Axel Hindemith / Public domain

The Gartenfriedhof or Garden Cemetery is a cemetery in Hanover, created in 1741 and located by the Gartenkirche. The cemetery and the church are both named after the garden parish outside the city walls in front of Aegidien gate. The cemetery, which contains a number of classicising grave markers from the first half of the nineteenth century, was closed in 1864 with the establishment of the Stadtfriedhof Engesohde. Today it forms a park in the middle of inner city Hanover. The graves of Charlotte Buff, the astronomer Caroline Herschel and the painter Johann Heinrich Ramberg are located here. The Gartenfriedhof lies on Marienstraße between Warmbüchenstraße and Arnswaldtstraße.

Wikipedia: Gartenfriedhof (EN)

6. St. Benno

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St. Benno AxelHH; cropped by Rabanus Flavus / Attribution

St. Benno is a Roman Catholic church in the Linden-Nord district of Lower Saxony, Germany. It belongs to the parish of St. Godehard and to the deanery of Hanover of the diocese of Hildesheim. The church was built in 1901/02 according to plans by Christoph Hehl and consecrated on 28 October 1906 by Bishop Adolf Bertram. During the air raids on Hanover in the Second World War, the left aisle was destroyed by a bomb hit on 18 October 1943 and the church and the rectory were damaged again on 17 March 1945. Even during the war, the damage was repaired provisionally. In the summer of 1951, a largely faithful restoration of the church began, which was completed on October 26, 1952.

Wikipedia: St. Benno (Hannover) (DE)

7. Christuskirche

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Christuskirche Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Christuskirche is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Hanover, Germany. It is located in the Nordstadt district northwest of the Klagesmarkt and was built between 1859 and 1864 by Conrad Wilhelm Hase as the residence church of George V. The neo-Gothic brick building is the first new church building in Hanover after 1747 and a model church according to the Eisenach Regulation, a recommendation issued in 1861 for the design of Protestant church buildings, which lasted until 1890. As a residence church, the Christuskirche was used only once. However, there is still contact with the former Hanoverian royal family through the patronage of Ernst August Prince of Hanover.

Wikipedia: Christuskirche (Hannover) (DE)

8. Villa Waldersee

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Hohenzollernstraße 40 in Hanover, also known as Villa Waldersee or Walderseesches Haus, is a listed villa built in 1897 in the Hanoverian district of Oststadt. Field Marshal Alfred Graf von Waldersee lived there on the edge of the Eilenriede from 1898 until his death on 5 March 1904. In the building, which according to the address book, city and business manual of the Royal Residence City of Hanover and the city of Linden from 1904 was owned by the pensioner Theodor Borchers, who lived at Bödekerstraße 5, in addition to the premises used exclusively by the GeneralFeldmarschall, there was also the office of the III Army Inspection equipped with a telephone.

Wikipedia: Hohenzollernstraße 40 (Hannover) (DE)

9. Ehrenfriedhof am Maschsee-Nordufer

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The Cemetery of Honour on the north shore of Lake Maschsee in Hanover is a listed cemetery created in 1945 in honour of a total of 526 prisoners of war and concentration camp prisoners of various nationalities, including 154 citizens of the former Soviet Union, who were murdered on 6 April 1945 by members of the Gestapo control centre in Hanover. While these Nazi end-of-war crimes were intended to cover up injustice and cruelty, the creation of the cemetery of honour on the Arthur-Menge-Ufer on the northern shore of Lake Maschsee was deliberately chosen as a central inner-city location behind the New Town Hall as a commemoration.

Wikipedia: Ehrenfriedhof am Maschsee-Nordufer (DE)

10. Gorleben-Treck 1979

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Gorleben-Treck 1979 --GerhardSchuhmacher 11:10, 24 March 2014 (UTC) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Gorleben Trek 1979 was a demonstration against the use of nuclear energy, which was directed in particular against planned nuclear power plants near Gorleben in the district of Lüchow-Dannenberg. The trek began on 25 March 1979 in Wendland and ended as a final rally on 31 March 1979 in Hanover with about 100,000 participants. This was the largest demonstration in Lower Saxony to date and the largest anti-nuclear demonstration that had taken place in Germany until then. The high number of participants was also due to the then current accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in the USA.

Wikipedia: Gorleben-Treck 1979 (DE)

11. Gethsemane-Kirche

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The Gethsemanekirche is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the Hanoverian district of List. The church, completed in 1938 according to plans by Friedrich Fischer, is located at Klopstockstraße 16. It is kept rather inconspicuous with a small church tower, as this required the building permit, which was only granted on the pretext of building air raid shelters in the basement rooms. The building is plastered white and has a tiled roof. Inside there is a wooden cross; the five windows, created by Otto and Werner Brenneisen and donated by confirmands between 1953 and 1957, depict scenes by Gethsemane.

Wikipedia: Gethsemanekirche (Hannover) (DE)

12. Edelhof Ricklingen

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The Edelhof Ricklingen in Hanover is the only almost closed preserved estate in the capital of Lower Saxony. The history of the medieval, listed "manor" is linked to a number of noble families, in particular those of the elderly and the East, but also to the former village of Ricklingen, which was first mentioned in a document in the 12th century. The current location of the inhabited complex between the Ihme, the in the local recreation area Ricklinger Kiesteiche and the park covered with old trees near beekestraße is the street Am Edelhofe in today's Hanoverian district of Ricklingen.

Wikipedia: Edelhof Ricklingen (DE)

13. Hiroshima-Gedenkhain

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Hanover Hiroshima Grove was built in 1987 on the original site of the former Alte Bult Racecourse in Eilenriede, Bult District, Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony. It is part of the pairing of Hanover and Hiroshima. There is a monument with 110 cherry trees in the grove to commemorate the 110,000 Japanese who died in the atomic bombing on June 6th. They died in Hiroshima on August 1, 1945. In the woods of Hiroshima, in addition to the activities of the 6th World Expo, the annual celebration of the Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival is also held on August 8th.

Wikipedia: Hiroshima-Hain (Hannover) (DE)

14. Gudrun-Pausewang-Platz

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Gudrun-Pausewang-Platz in Hanover, formerly known as Continentalplatz, is a square created at the beginning of the 20th century in front of the industrial complex of the Continental-Caoutchouk- und Gutta-Percha-Compagnie, later Continental AG in the Hanoverian district of Vahrenwald. The square, which was created in 1911 as a public space, was built in the triangle of the traffic routes Grenzweg, Philipsbornstraße and Ritterstraße. Today it is equipped with a playground and in 2021 received the name of the children's book author Gudrun Pausewang.

Wikipedia: Gudrun-Pausewang-Platz (DE)

15. Mahnmal Gerichtsgefängnis Hannover

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Mahnmal Gerichtsgefängnis Hannover Rainer Hoffschildt / Public domain

The Hanover Court Prison Memorial is a memorial in Hanover, located behind Grand Central Station and in Raschplatz Square in Lister Meile, in front of the pavilion entrance. It is reminiscent of the former court prison here, which was built between 1865 and is the royal cell prison in Hanover. Various victims and groups of victims of the national socialists suffered there. It is also the first city monument in the Federal Republic of Germany to explicitly commemorate the persecution of homosexuals during the Nazi period.

Wikipedia: Mahnmal Gerichtsgefängnis Hannover (DE)

16. Karl-Peters-Denkmal

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The Karl Peters Memorial Stone, also known as the Karl Peters Monument and Memorial Plaque against Colonialism, is a monument originally erected in the mid-1930s in honor of Carl Peters, which was later transformed into a memorial against colonialism. The location of the memorial stone, which is also recorded as an architectural monument and as part of an ensemble in the public space of the Southern City of Hanover, is the green area under the former address Am Karl-Peters-Platz 1 D on today's Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz.

Wikipedia: Karl-Peters-Denkmal (Hannover) (DE)

17. Leibniz-Denkmal

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The Leibniz Monument in Hanover is a monument to the polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and his scientific work, in particular the binary number system. The monument, designed by the artist Stefan Schwerdtfeger in the style of a silhouette, is a gift to the citizens of the state capital of Lower Saxony. In 2008, the sculpture and the associated information boards were erected in the center of the city on Georgstraße, at the southern tip of Opernplatz in the Mitte district and on the northern edge of Georgsplatz.

Wikipedia: Leibniz-Denkmal (Hannover) (DE)

18. Durchdringung

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The art of public space has a tradition in Hanover for decades: as early as 1970, the city council made the art promotion of public space a task of municipal policy through the "Street Art Experiment", and became the first city in Germany to do so. As early as 2010, more than 200 sculptures, sculptures and installations were recorded in the capital of Lower Saxony, especially in the downtown area. Art projects include the Nanas, which is today part of the Sculpture Mile, as well as art items such as bus stops.

Wikipedia: Straßenkunst_in_Hannover#Jorge_La_Guardia (DE)

19. Mahnmal am Bahnhof Fischerhof

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The monument at Hanover's Fischerhof railway station was built by the German Sinti Association of Lower Saxony. V. National Memorial to the Victims of Socialism. Unlike the monument to murdered Hanover Jews on the Central Opera Square, for example, a relatively humble memorial stone has been set up "for all those persecuted by National Socialism". This somewhat remote monument in Linden-Sood is at the fork in the Elise-Meyer-Allee, just before the entrance to the former Fischerhof railway station.

Wikipedia: Mahnmal am Bahnhof Fischerhof (DE)

20. Dievision Agentur für Kommunikation GmbH

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Dievision Agentur für Kommunikation GmbH Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

Robert-Koch-Platz 10 in Hanover is the site of an outstanding building with an international style in the capital of Lower Saxony. In Brehmstraße's view, as the peripheral building of the square named after bacteriologist Robert Koch in Bult District, this building, which was built in the late 1920s and is today awarded a single monument, has the dual functions of canteen and playground, and the adjacent playground, which is also of great significance to the urban planning of this area.

Wikipedia: Robert-Koch-Platz 10 (Hannover) (DE)


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BUSSTOPS Axel Hindemith / Public domain

The bus stop in Hanover is an art project that provides 12 semi-open waiting rooms for the light rail and city buses in Ustra. It was part of the Public Space Art Project from 1990 to 1994 and was created at the initiative of the Ned Saxon Foundation in collaboration with Ustra and Toto-Lotto Ned Saxon. This design project is carried out by internationally renowned architects and designers. The task of artists is to create art as a special part of ordinary service.

Wikipedia: BUSSTOPS (DE)

22. St. Martinskirche

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St. Martinskirche Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

St. Martin's Church or St. Martin is the oldest Evangelical Lutheran church in the Linden and parish church of st. Martin's parish, which today belongs to Hanover. The church building is based on a first building from the 13th century and a Baroque successor building from 1728, which was destroyed except for the church tower by the air raids on Hanover in the Second World War. The new nave was built in 1957 according to a design by the architect Dieter Oesterlen.

Wikipedia: St. Martin (Linden) (DE)

23. Lutherkirche

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Lutheran Church in Hanover is a Protestant church that has been used as a youth church since 2006. The building was built by Rudolph Eberhard Hillebrand between 1895 and 1898 on a roughly triangular plot in the center of Nordstadt, the last of the three cathedral buildings in Nordstadt. The church, with two huge pointed helmets and several side helmets around it, provided an impressive sight until shortly before the end of the war that few remember today.

Wikipedia: Lutherkirche (Hannover) (DE)

24. Anzeiger-Hochhaus

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Anzeiger-Hochhaus Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Anzeiger skyscraper in Hanover was built between 1927 and 1928 in the style of brick expressionism according to a design by Fritz Höger as a publishing house of the Hannoverscher Anzeiger and was one of the first high-rise buildings in the German Reich. The 51-meter-high building with ten storeys is located in the Mitte district near Steintor-Platz and has a high recognition value in the capital of Lower Saxony with its characteristic roof dome.

Wikipedia: Anzeiger-Hochhaus (DE)

25. Waldersee-Denkmal

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Waldersee-Denkmal Axel Hindemith / Public domain

The Waldersee Monument in Hanover is a colossal statue depicting Field Marshal Alfred von Waldersee elevated. The statue was created in 1914 and 1915 by the sculptor and architect Bernhard Hoetger. It forms the perspective conclusion of the Kleine Pfahlstraße in the Hanoverian district of Oststadt. The monument stands on the edge of the Eilenriede opposite the Villa Waldersee, which Alfred von Waldersee inhabited from 1898 until his death in 1904.

Wikipedia: Waldersee-Denkmal (DE)

26. Villa Köhler

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The Villa Köhler in Hanover is a listed villa in the style of the Neo-Renaissance. Among other things, it was the first residence of The General Field Marshal and later Reich President Paul von Hindenburg in Hanover and was temporarily called Villa Hindenburg, as was his later Hanoverian residence. Today, the building at Am Holzgraben 1 and Wedekindstraße 14 and 15 in the Oststadt district is used by the construction and housing company Gundlach.

Wikipedia: Villa Köhler (DE)

27. Altes Rathaus

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The Altes Rathaus was the first town hall in the German city of Hanover. First built in the old city district in 1410 and extensively restored in 1953 and 1964 after heavy bomb damage in World War II, it is the oldest secular building in the city. The market façade with the highly sophisticated Brick Gothic of the lucarnes has been preserved and partly restored in its medieval shape. Some elements of it were copied on other wings of the building.

Wikipedia: Altes Rathaus, Hanover (EN)

28. Siebenmännerstein

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The Siebenmännerstein, also known as the gravestone of the seven men or Spartan Stone, is a crossstone at the Aegidienkirche in Hanover, which represents seven praying men. It is intended to recall the legend of "Hanover's Spartans", who are said to have been burned in 1480 during an attack on the Döhren Tower including the tower. The Siebenmännerstein used to be one of the seven landmarks of Hanover that every wandering craftsman had to know.

Wikipedia: Siebenmännerstein (DE)

29. Waterlooplatz

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Waterlooplatz in Hanover is a four-hectare lawn in the Calenberger Neustadt district. On the square is the Waterloo Column. The square and column were built in the 19th century to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo. While the square was originally surrounded by a barracks area when it was built in the first half of the 19th century, today it is located in the middle of the government and administrative district of the lower Saxony state capital.

Wikipedia: Waterlooplatz (DE)

30. Heilig Kreuz

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Heilig Kreuz Church is a Catholic church in Altwarmbüchen, Isernhagen city, Hanover region, Lower Saxony, Germany. It is part of the "Heilig Geist" parish, located in the Bothfeld district of Hanover, in the Hanover Parish of Hildesheim Parish. The church, named after the cross of Jesus, was located at Bothfelder Straße 15 until 2015. 8 a.m. On January 1, 2017, the follow-up building located across the street was completed and put into use.

Wikipedia: Heilig Kreuz (Isernhagen) (DE)

31. Kuppelsaal

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Kuppelsaal Axel Hindemith / Public domain

The Stadthalle Hannover is a concert hall and event venue in Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony, Germany. The large hall is called Kuppelsaal, after its dome. The hall was opened in 1914. It is the largest hall for classical music in Germany, seating 3,600. Severely damaged during World War II, it was restored slightly altered. The hall is now part of the Hannover Congress Centrum. The listed historic building is a landmark of the city.

Wikipedia: Stadthalle Hannover (EN)

32. Ältestes Wohnhaus in Hannover 1566

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Ältestes Wohnhaus in Hannover 1566 Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The house in Burgstraße 12 in the Old City of Hanover is the oldest existing semi-wood structure house in Hanover. Houses near Burgstra ® e were destroyed in air strikes against Hanover during World War II, so today's houses are isolated between post-war buildings. The front building of the listed complex was probably designed in 1566 by Hildesheim's owner, Hinrich Holst, in the form of an old town hall pharmacy wing.

Wikipedia: Burgstraße 12 (Hannover) (DE)

33. Kröpcke-Uhr

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Hanover's Kröpcke clock is one of the city's traditional meeting places. One of the landmarks in the capital of Lower Saxony, the clock is now also a showcase for ever-changing art exhibitions and displays. Kröpcke is located in the "square extension" of the pedestrian zone, in front of the Kröpcke cafe at the intersection of Georgstraße with Bahnhofstraße and Karmarschstraße and Rathenaustraße in Mitte district.

Wikipedia: Kröpcke-Uhr (DE)

34. Maschpark

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The Maschpark in the Hanoverian district of Mitte is a 10-hectare park south of the old town. It was built around 1900 and was the first municipal park in Hanover. The complex has not changed its original form and is a testimony to the German garden art of the late 19th century. In the north, the Maschpark is bordered by the Friedrichswall. Between Maschteich and Friedrichswall, the New Town Hall was completed in 1913.

Wikipedia: Maschpark (DE)

35. Villa Seligmann

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Villa Seligmann is a former upper-class residential building in Hanover. It is located on the Eilenriede in the district of Hannover-Oststadt, Hohenzollernstraße 39. The villa was built between 1903 and 1906 according to a design by the architect Hermann Schaedtler for Siegmund Seligmann, the Jewish director of Continental AG, and his family. The listed building now serves as a venue for concerts and other events.

Wikipedia: Villa Seligmann (DE)

36. Stadtteilpark Linden-Süd

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The Linden-Süd district park in Hanover is a park on the banks of the Ihme and at the same time the largest green area in the Hanoverian district of Linden-Süd. Since September 2016, a 2.6-hectare multi-generational area designed with sports and leisure facilities between the Legion Bridge and the site behind the former dermatology clinic has been created on a previously overgrown area with citizen participation.

Wikipedia: Stadtteilpark Linden-Süd (DE)

37. Maschseefontäne

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The Maschsee fountain is located in the Maschsee in Hanover. The fountain near the northern shore of the lake reaches a height of 10 to 17 meters. It consists of a main fountain and four smaller fountains. From spring to autumn, it is illuminated in the evening hours by halogen spotlights in the company colours of the Hanoverian energy supply company enercity. The owner is the municipal civil engineering office.

Wikipedia: Maschseefontäne (DE)

38. Leibniztempel

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Leibniztempel Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Leibniz Temple in the Georgengarten in Hanover is a pavilion building that was built from 1787 to 1790 in honor of the citizen and polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716), who worked in Hanover. It is considered the first public monument in Germany to a non-nobleman. The open, covered round temple made of sandstone with twelve Ionic columns bears the inscription "Genio Leibnitii" in gilded letters.

Wikipedia: Leibniztempel (DE)

39. Friedensengel-Brunnen

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The Friedensengel Fountain in Hanover is the oldest fountain of art in the former independent industrial city of Linden. The listed fountains are located in the oldest area of Lyndenberg Cemetery, which was built in 1862 at 44 Lyndenberg, Lyndon-Mitte. Sculptor Karl Gundelach built a sandstone structure in the cemetery (Friedhof) in 1882, with an angel in the middle, representing peace above the pond.

Wikipedia: Friedensengel-Brunnen (DE)

40. Mahnmal zur Erinnerung an jüdisches Leben in der Ohestraße

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The Jewish Life Monument in Ohestrasse, Hanover, was designed by students at the local vocational school center. It commemorates the crimes committed in Hanover during the period of National Socialism that destroyed Jewish life. The monument is built on the original site of the former "Jewish Education Center", located in Ohestraße 8, near IHME in Waterlooplatz and Calenberger Neustadt districts.

Wikipedia: Mahnmal zur Erinnerung an jüdisches Leben in der Ohestraße (DE)

41. St. Joseph

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St. Joseph is a Catholic diocese church in the list district of Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony. Her parish is part of Hanover Parish in Hildesheim Parish. The church is located at Steinmetzstraße 1, and the adjacent parish office is located at Isernhagener Straße 64. Built in 1911 and 1912, it was designed by Maximilian Jagilski and named after the biblical image of Joseph of Nazareth.

Wikipedia: St. Joseph (Hannover) (DE)

42. Altes Lindener Rathaus

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Old Linden City Hall is a city hall in the former Linden city of Hanover. It was built from 1883 to 1884 and developed against the background of the rise of "the most beautiful village in Hanover Kingdom", "the largest village in Prussia" and "independent industrial town". The brick building is located at the corner of Deisterstraße 19 and Ricklinger Straße in Linden-Mitte, Hanover today.

Wikipedia: Altes Lindener Rathaus (Hannover) (DE)

43. Bethlehemkirche

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Bethlehemkirche is a church building in the Lyndon-Nord district of Hanover, Germany. This neo-Roman sacred building was completed in 1906. From the perspective of historical protection, it is regarded as a masterpiece of historicism and a building of national importance. The church, together with Gerhard Uhlhorn Church, belongs to the Linden-Nord Evangelical Lutheran Church congregation.

Wikipedia: Bethlehemkirche (Hannover) (DE)

44. Spittahaus

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Spittahaus in Hanover was originally built in the 17th century. The semi-timber house was built in the 19th century and later became the youth of the hymn poet Carl John Philip Spita. Today's semi-detached dwellings, used as theatres-restaurants and offices, are located at Burgstra ® e 23 and 23A at the corner of Ballhofplatz in the Old City of Hanover and are part of the Mitte district.

Wikipedia: Spittahaus (Hannover) (DE)

45. Maschseequelle

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The so-called Maschseequelle in Hanover is a listed water pump and filter system facility on the western shore in the south of lake Maschsee. The monument at Karl-Thiele-Weg 35 near the Leine is rarely put into operation today, for example in the event of a lack of oxygen in the Maschsee or festivities such as the MaschseeFest. A small, park-like flower meadow adjoins the Maschsee spring.

Wikipedia: Maschsee-Quelle (DE)

46. Marktkirche

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The Marktkirche St. Georgii et Jacobi, commonly known as Marktkirche, is the main Lutheran church in Hanover, Germany. It was built in the 14th century and, together with the nearby Old Town Hall, is considered the southernmost example of the North German brick gothic architectural style. The roof and the vaults of the naves were destroyed in an air raid in 1943 and restored in 1952.

Wikipedia: Marktkirche, Hanover (EN)

47. Dr. Buhmann Schule

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Dr. Buhmann Schule gGmbH in Hanover is a vocational school with core competencies in business, management and language. Youth and adult education institutions provide basic training and further training for those entering the labour market. The nonprofit company is headquartered in Prinzenstraße 13, Hanover-Mitt, in a listed building. It was founded by Friedrich Booman in 1907.

Wikipedia: Dr. Buhmann Schule (DE)

48. Johann Gerhard Helmcke

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The Helmcke monument in Hanover honours the master baker and grain merchant Johann Gerhard Helmcke (1750–1824), who saved the Manor Houses Allee in the Georgengarten from deforestation at the beginning of the 19th century. The location of the monument is The Nienburger Straße in the Georgengarten at the height of the street Schneiderberg at the corner of the Franziusinstitut.

Wikipedia: Helmcke-Denkmal (DE)

49. Maria Frieden

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Maria Frieden is a Roman Catholic church in Groß-Buchholz, a district of Hanover (Lower Saxony). The church is a branch church of the parish of St. Martin in the deanery of Hanover of the diocese of Hildesheim, but is now used by the Polish Catholic Mission. The church is named after the Queen of Peace, a Marian title from the Lauretan Litany, and is located at Stilleweg 12.

Wikipedia: Maria Frieden (Hannover) (DE)

50. Schmiedestraße (Altstadt)

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Schmiedestraße (Altstadt) Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

Multi-storey car park Schmiedestraäe is a multi-storey car park in Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony. It is located at 13 Schmiedestraäe, Mitte, Hanover. The high-rise car park with 564 parking spaces is the oldest car park in Hanover and is listed as a historical monument. The car park is on the corner of Corvinusweg, on the historic site of the former Leibniz House.

Wikipedia: Parkhaus Schmiedestraße (Hannover) (DE)

51. Burckhardtdenkmal

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The Eilenriede is a 640-hectare (1,600-acre) municipal forest in Hannover, Germany. It is the largest urban city forest in Germany, and also one of the largest in Europe. The Eilenriede is nearly twice the size of Central Park. The biggest German urban "park" in the strict sense of the word, however, is the Englischer Garten München, with "only" 375-hectare (930-acre).

Wikipedia: Eilenriede (EN)

52. Ernst-August-Denkmal

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The Ernst August Monument is an equestrian statue honoring King Ernst August, the monarch of the former kingdom of Hanover. It was founded by Albert Wolfe in 1861 and is built on Ernst-August Square in front of Hanover Central Station. Aside from the Kröpcke clock, the monument is one of Hanover's most important meeting places, often referred to as "under the tail".

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53. Leibniz Theater

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Leibniz Theatre is a song and dance performance and stage in Hanover, Germany. In addition to Hanover and international actors and theatre groups, there are newcomers, comedians and musicians from abroad. Leibniz Theatre hosts more than 300 events every year, with about 85 seats. Kommandaturstraße 7, at the corner of Molthanstraße, Calenberger Neustadt district.

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54. St. Antonius

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St. Antonius is the Catholic church of the Kleefeld district of Hanover and was also the monastery church of the former Franciscan convent. A day care center of the same name is located in the community center next to the church. Today it belongs to the parish of St. Martin with its seat hannover-Roderbruch in the deanery of Hanover of the diocese of Hildesheim.

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55. Grotte von Niki de Saint Phalle

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Grotte von Niki de Saint Phalle Autor/-in unbekanntUnknown author / Public domain

The large garden in Herrenhausen, Hanover is one of the most important Baroque gardens in Europe. The garden area surrounded by grafts represents the historical core of Herrenhäuser Garden, which also includes Berggarten, Georgengarten and Welfengarten. The rectangular complex covers an area of 50.2 hectares. Herrenhausen Castle was built in the 14th century.

Wikipedia: Großer Garten (Hannover)#Grotte und Kaskade (DE)

56. St. Nikolai

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The Church of Saint Nicholas in Hanover is a historic building belonging to the congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the same name in Hanover-Limmer (German: "Saalkirchenbau", "Saalkirchenbau", "Saalkirchenbau", "Saalkirchenbau", "Saalkirchenbau"). The church, named after Nicholas von Myra, is located in Sackmannstraße 26 in Limmer District.

Wikipedia: St.-Nikolai-Kirche (Limmer) (DE)

57. Bethlehemskirche

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Bethlehem Chapel in Hanover is a church built in the late 19th century. Built in the early 13th century, this church is now a listed building in the southern city of Hanover. The building, built in 1887 at 35 Große Barlinge, disappeared from a street escape. The congregation was founded in 1885 and belongs to the independent Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Wikipedia: Bethlehemkapelle (Hannover) (DE)

58. Große Fontaine

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The Great Fountain is located in the big garden in Helenhausen District, Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony. The height of the fountain is about 70 to 80 meters, which is one of the highest fountains in Europe. Since its official opening in 1720, it has been one of the main attractions of Grosen Gardens, one of Europe's most important Baroque gardens.

Wikipedia: Große Fontäne (Herrenhausen) (DE)

59. KZ-Außenlager Hannover-Ahlem

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KZ-Außenlager Hannover-Ahlem U.S. Signal Corps photographer / Public domain

Hanover's Hanover-Allem sub-battalion was one of the Neuengamme sub-battalions established by the SS in the Allem district at the end of November 1944. Plans began in 1943 when Allied airstrikes on Hanover during World War II became even larger as Continental, which makes aircraft tires and gas mask parts vital to the war, was to be moved underground.

Wikipedia: KZ-Außenlager Hannover-Ahlem (DE)

60. TAK Theater am Küchengarten

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TAK, also known as Theater am Küchengarten, located in Linden-Mitte, Hanover, is a small stage for song and dance performances, which can accommodate 130 seats. With about 170 performances each season, she presents satire, song and dance performances, chansons and high-end nonsense. TAK is the only professional operation of its kind in Lower Saxony.

Wikipedia: TAK (Kabarettbühne) (DE)

61. Broyhanhaus

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The Broyhanhaus is a residential and commercial building built in 1576 in Hanover's historic old town or Altstadt. The building is standing on the cellar walls of a previous building from the 14th century and is the second oldest preserved half-timbered building in Hanover. The house is named after the brewer Cord Broyhan who lived there since 1537.

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62. Gnadenkirche zum Heiligen Kreuz

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Gnadenkirche zum Heiligen Kreuz Elke Siewert / Public domain

Gnadenkirche zum Heiligen Kreuz is a Lutheran church in Mittelfeld, Hanover, Germany. Founded after the Second World War and initially featuring displaced people, its name refers to the Church of Grace in Silesia. As a result, a long-term partnership has been established with the evangelical community of Militsch, whose Gnadenkirche bears its name.

Wikipedia: Gnadenkirche zum Heiligen Kreuz (DE)

63. Evangelisches Kirchenzentrum Kronsberg

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The Evangelical Kronsberg Church Centre is a place of worship in the Kronsberg neighbourhood of Hanover, in Lower Saxony, Germany. The Church belongs to the St. Johannis-Kirchengemeinde Bemerode parish, within the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Hanover. The church centre is a simultaneum, hosting Baptists as well as Lutherans for prayer services.

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64. Maria Trost

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Maria Trost Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Allem, western suburb of Hanover, Germany. The church is "St. St." A branch of the parish. Godehard ", headquartered in Linden-S ü d district, is in the office of the diocesan dean of Hildesheim, Hanover. The church, named after Mary's title" Sad Comforter ", is located in Parkstraße 2.

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65. St. Nicolai Kirche

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Nicolai in Hanover is a listed neo-Romanesque church building with a bell tower dating back to the Middle Ages. The location of the building is the highest point of the historic village and at the same time the entrance to the old village center in today's district of Bothfeld at Sutelstraße 18–19.

Wikipedia: St.-Nicolai-Kirche (Bothfeld) (DE)

66. Fürstenhaus Herrenhausen

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Fürstenhaus Herrenhausen Recherche, Scans, Arbeitsleistung gestiftet von: Bernd Schwabe in Hannover / CC BY 3.0

The Fürstenhaus Herrenhausen-Museum in Hannover-Herrenhausen is a palace owned by the Guelph family, which was used as a museum from 1955 to 2011. The listed palace, which for a long time could also be booked for events, showed furniture, paintings, porcelain and sculptures on the ground floor. It has been closed to the public since 2011.

Wikipedia: Fürstenhaus Herrenhausen-Museum (DE)

67. Sachsenross

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Sachsenross Axel Hindemith / Public domain

The list of Hanover monuments includes a selection of monuments, monuments, sculptures, sculptural art objects ("street art") and fountains in public spaces, especially in the central area of Hanover. These items are inconsistent with (cultural) monuments within the meaning of the Law on the Protection of Monuments in Lower Saxony.

Wikipedia: Liste von Denkmälern in Hannover#Niedersachsenross (DE)

68. St. Franziskus

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The Catholic Church of St. Francis in Vahrenheide, a district of Hanover (Lower Saxony), named after St. Francis of Assisi, belongs to the parish of Heilig Geist in the deanery of Hanover of the diocese of Hildesheim. Located at Dresdener Straße 29, its catchment area includes the Hanoverian districts of Sahlkamp and Vahrenheide.

Wikipedia: St. Franziskus (Hannover) (DE)

69. Privatmuseum Walter Reinhardt – Villa Potzlach

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The private museum Walter Reinhardt – Villa Potzlach in Hanover-Bemerode presents a selection of the works of the outsider artist Walter Reinhardt. The museum is managed and managed by his widow Birgit Jahn-Reinhardt. The façade of the semi-detached house was designed according to motifs of the painter in color and sculptural.

Wikipedia: Museum Walter Reinhardt (DE)

70. Goseriedebad

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Goseriedebad anonymous photographer / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Goseriedebad was an indoor swimming pool in Hanover opened in 1905 and closed in 1982, which is named after its location on the street Goseriede near the Steintorplatz. After renovations in the 1980s and 1990s, the former indoor pool is now used by the Kunstverein Kestnergesellschaft and the private radio station radio ffn.

Wikipedia: Goseriedebad (DE)

71. Brückenbastion

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The bridge bastion in Hanover is a monument designed by the architect and sculptor Stefan Schwerdtfeger. The "Bastion", built in 1981, also forms a bridge for pedestrians from the Prinzengarten or from the Welfengarten via the street Schneiderberg to the main canteen of the University of Hanover with the building number 3110.

Wikipedia: Brückenbastion (DE)

72. Bugenhagenkirche

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Bugenhagenkirche Benutzer:AxelHH / Public domain

Bugenhagenkirche is a Lutheran church in southern Hanover, Germany. It was built between 1960 and 1962 according to a plan by Karlsruhe architect Werner Deschke and was inaugurated on Eternal Sunday in 1962. It was named after the reformer Johannes Bugenhagen. In 2015, the church was listed on the list of cultural monuments.

Wikipedia: Bugenhagenkirche (Hannover) (DE)

73. Drachentöterhaus

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Drachentöterhaus is a commercial building built between 1900 and 1901 at Georgstraße 10 in Hanover, at the same height as the Schiller Monument. The building's sandstone facade is protected and ornately decorated, most notably a statue of St. George as a dragon slayer carved by Werner Hantelmann above Georgspassage.

Wikipedia: Drachentöterhaus (DE)

74. Schöner Brunnen

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Schöne Brunnen of Hanover is a fountain created by German sculptor Hans-Jürgen Breuste in 1979. Public art was installed at the corner of Hildesheimer Stra è e and Freytagstra è e in the Südstadt district of Hanover, where artists arranged a granite column and two stainless steel columns from which water flowed.

Wikipedia: Schöner Brunnen (Hannover) (DE)

75. Sprengel Museum Hannover

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Sprengel Museum Hannover The original uploader was Axel Hindemith at German Wikipedia. / Public domain

Sprengel Museum is a museum of modern art in Hanover, Lower Saxony, holding one of the most significant collections of modern art in Germany. It is located in a building designed by Peter and Ursula Trint and Dieter Quast, adjacent to the Maschsee. The museum opened in 1979, and the building was extended in 1992.

Wikipedia: Sprengel Museum (EN)

76. Dorfbrunnen

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Dorfbrunnen in Hanover is a building built at the end of the 20th century. Built in the 19th century, the fountain has a typical image of farm animals. Sculptures by Hanover artist Bernd Maro, donated by citizens, are located in the historic center of today's Gro-Buchholz district, at Pinkenburger Stra ® e.

Wikipedia: Dorfbrunnen (Hannover) (DE)

77. Duve-Brunnen

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Duve-Brunnen Georg Herting (Sculptor) / Author=Axel Hindemith (photo) / Public domain

The Duve Fountain, also known as the Sämann Fountain, is a fountain in the Hanoverian district of Calenberger Neustadt, which is named after the entrepreneur Johann Duve (1611–1679). The fountain is located on the central strip of the Leibnizufer. It was created in 1916 by the sculptor Georg Herting.

Wikipedia: Duve-Brunnen (DE)

78. Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-Kirche

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The Dietrich Bonhoeffer Church in Hanover is the church space of the Evangelical Lutheran parish named after Dietrich Bonhoeffer integrated into the community center. The location of the facility can be found at the address Roderbruchmarkt 18 in the Hanoverian district of Roderbruch on the Nobelring.

Wikipedia: Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-Kirche (Hannover-Roderbruch) (DE)

79. Neustädter Hof- und Stadtkirche

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The Evangelical-Lutheran Neustädter Hof- und Stadtkirche St. Johannis in the Hanoverian district of Calenberger Neustadt is the oldest Example of the Protestant ideal of a hall church in Lower Saxony. The church is the preaching church of the state superintendent for the Sprengel Hannover.

Wikipedia: Neustädter Kirche (Hannover) (DE)

80. Haus Mohrmann

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"Haus Mohrmann" in Hanover was built by architecture professor and architect Karl Mohrmann at the end of the 19th century. = = Reference = = = External Link== This listed townhouse is located at 11 Herrenhäuser Kirchweg, on the corner of Landhausviertel Reinholdstraße, Nordstadt District.

Wikipedia: Haus Mohrmann (Hannover) (DE)

81. Rübezahlbrunnen

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The Rübezahlbrunnen in Hanover is a fountain built in the 1950s with a modern memory of the Silesian mountain spirit Rübezahl. The location of the – listed – work of art in the public space of the capital of Lower Saxony is rübezahlplatz in the Hanoverian district of Mittelfeld.

Wikipedia: Rübezahlbrunnen (Hannover) (DE)

82. WOK - World of Kitchen

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The WOK – World of Kitchen Museum in Hanover is the first large museum for kitchens in Europe. It was opened on 15 April 2010 in the premises of the former Large Printing House Fehling in the List district. The museum is operated by the association WOK-World of Kitchen Museum e. V.

Wikipedia: WOK – World of Kitchen Museum (DE)

83. Gartenkirche St. Marien

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The Gartenkirche St. Marien is the church of the Evangelical-Lutheran garden church community in the Warmbüchenviertel in the Hanoverian district of Mitte. It is located in Marienstraße in the middle of the garden cemetery with classicist funerary monuments from the 19th century.

Wikipedia: Gartenkirche St. Marien (DE)

84. Gedenktafel für das ehemalige Konzentrationslager Limmer

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Hanover-Limmer Division, also known as Limmer or Conti-Limmer Division, is a division of Newingam concentration camp. 1,000 female prisoners were imprisoned. It was located in the Limmer district of Hanover and existed from the end of June 1944 until liberation in early April 1945.

Wikipedia: KZ-Außenlager Hannover-Limmer (DE)

85. Fritz-Beindorff-Brunnen

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Pelikan-Brunnen in Hanover is a translocated and transformed fountain containing two pelicans. This fountain is dedicated to Fritz Beindorff, the owner of Pelikan AG, and is located at Walderseestraäe in the List district of Hanover, on the edge of Eilenriede in the zoo district.

Wikipedia: Pelikan-Brunnen (Hannover) (DE)

86. Theodor-Lessing-Haus

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The Theodor-Lessing-Haus in Hannover is a building of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University Hannover. Among other things, the Listed Building houses the Social Sciences Library (FBS) as part of the University Library. The location is Welfengarten 2C in the Nordstadt district.

Wikipedia: Theodor-Lessing-Haus (DE)

87. Constructa-Brunnen

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The Constructa Fountain in Hanover is a listed fountain complex on Wildermuthweg at the confluence with Hildesheimer Straße. The square is an important place to stay and meet in front of the Constructa block of the same name, especially for young families with children.

Wikipedia: Constructa-Brunnen (DE)

88. Tiergarten

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Tiergarten Hanover is a 112-hectare forest park in the Kirchrode district of southeast Hanover. In the fenced area, visitors can move on trails between free-running wildlife. Tiergarten is one of the oldest wildlife reserves in Germany, built in the late 17th century.

Wikipedia: Tiergarten Hannover (DE)

89. Gilde Parkbühne

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Gilde Parkbühne Axel Hindemith / Public domain

Gilde Parkbühne Hanover is an open-air venue in Hanover, Germany. It is located in the Calenberger Neustadt district of Hanover Sports Park, but its urban part lies a few kilometers away. The residential areas adjacent to the park stage are Ricklingen and Linden-Süd.

Wikipedia: Gilde Parkbühne Hannover (DE)

90. Hochhaus Glückauf

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Glückauf, a high-rise building in Hanover, was completed in 1930, which formed the climax of urban development during the expansion of residential construction in the southern part of the city. The listed skyscraper is located at Geibelplatz 5 in Südstadt district.

Wikipedia: Hochhaus Glückauf (DE)

91. Michaeliskirche

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Michaeliskirche in Hanover is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover-Riklingen. Stammestraße's neo-Gothic sacred building was built at the end of the 19th century. Built in the 13th century, it is regarded as an important building of Hanover School.

Wikipedia: Michaeliskirche (Hannover) (DE)

92. Neustädter-Markt-Brunnen

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Neustädter-Markt-Brunnen AxelHH / Public domain

The Neustädter-Markt-Brunnen in Hanover was created in 1973/74 by Max Sauk. The facility, also known as the "Table Fountain" in the centre of the Neustädter Markt, was privately initiated and donated. It is located in front of the entrance to the Neustadt church.

Wikipedia: Neustädter-Markt-Brunnen (DE)

93. Wasserkunst

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The Water Art in Hannover-Herrenhausen is a historical system for the extraction, lifting and management of water, which was created to provide water with the required pressure in the required quantity for the operation of the Great Fountain in the Great Garden.

Wikipedia: Wasserkunst Herrenhausen (DE)

94. Cella St. Benedikt

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Cella St. Benedikt Benutzer:AxelHH / Public domain

The Cella Sankt Benedikt is a branch of the Roman Catholic Benedictine Abbey Königsmünster in Meschede in the Hanoverian district of List. It is located in an apartment building from the Wilhelminian period. In 2022, three monks belonged to the monastery.

Wikipedia: Cella Sankt Benedikt (DE)

95. 20. Geburtstag Kronprinz Georg von Hannover 1839

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Georgsstein of Hanover and Georgseichen of Georgengarten can be traced back to the period of Hanover Kingdom. These trees were built on August 20, 1839. On the western edge of the oval lawn in front of George Palace, George von Hanover's George von Hanover.

Wikipedia: Georgseichen (Hannover) (DE)

96. Gästehaus der Niedersächsischen Landesregierung

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Gästehaus der Niedersächsischen Landesregierung Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Lower Saxony government guesthouse is a former bourgeois villa in Lüerstraße 5 in Hanover Zoo District. Built between 1898 and 1900 in the neo-Renaissance style, the building has been a guesthouse for the Lower Saxony state government since 1947.

Wikipedia: Gästehaus der Niedersächsischen Landesregierung (DE)

97. St.-Nikolai-Kapelle

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St.-Nikolai-Kapelle Christian A. Schröder (ChristianSchd) / CC BY-SA 4.0

St. Nicholas' Chapel was a chapel in the German city of Hanover dedicated to saint Nicholas. First built between 1250 and 1284 and with a choir dating to 1325, it was largely destroyed during the bombing of Hanover in World War II and is now in ruins.

Wikipedia: St. Nicholas' Chapel, Hanover (EN)

98. Fackelträger

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The Torchbearer Column in Hanover is a monumental stone tablet with the figure of torchbearer engraved on it. It is located on the north shore of Maschsee, in Kurt Schwitters Square in the Südstadt district of Hanover, named after Kurt Schwitters.

Wikipedia: Fackelträger-Säule (DE)

99. Friedrich Schiller

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The Schiller Monument in Hanover stands in the pedestrian zone of Georg Strassen, at the intersection of Schiller Strassen in Mitte. The statue was erected in memory of the poet Friedrich Schiller. Its history can be traced back to Hanover Kingdom.

Wikipedia: Schillerdenkmal (Hannover) (DE)

100. Sieltürmchen

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Sieltürmchen Axel Hindemith / Public domain

Sieltürmchen in Hanover is the only water conservancy facility visible in Hanover's former urban fortifications. = = Reference = = = External Link== Culemannstraße is located on the west bank of Lene, at the southern end of Friedrichswall Bridge.

Wikipedia: Sieltürmchen (DE)

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