Here you can find interesting sights in Hattingen, 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 11 sights are available in Hattingen, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Zollhaus Herbede
The Herbede customs house is a former, Prussian bridge keeper from the 19th century and is located directly on the Lakebrücke over the Ruhr on the Herbede, Witten. The construction of the house followed the construction of the bridge by the baron of Elverfeldt in 1844. Until 1930, a bridge customs had to be paid when crossing the Lakebrücke. The building belongs to the company Friedr today. Lohmann GmbH. A beer garden was opened in 2013, in 2016 an inner catering.
2. Dorfkirche Stiepel
The Evangelical Stiepeler village church, located in the south of Bochum in the Stiepel district, is a cultural monument in the Ruhr area, which, with its history of Bochum, is still preserved over a thousand -year history. The importance of the church lies primarily in the unusually extensive medieval wall paintings. In 1988 the church with the surrounding historical churchyard was listed by the city of Bochum.
3. Bergbau-Ausstellung Herberholz
The Herberholz coal mine is a former coal mine in the Witten Vormholz area. The mine, also known as the Vereinigte Herberholz mine, is a combination of several mines. The consolidation of the mines was carried out by Obersteiger Herberholz, after whom the merged mines were named. The mine belongs to Märkisches Bergamtsbezirk, where it belongs to the Hardenstein mining area.
Berger Monument is a watchtower in Witten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The 21-meter-high tower is located north of the Ruhr River, in the foothills of the Aldai Mountains. It is part of the Hohenstein Recreation District, two kilometres southeast of downtown Witten, and part of the Industrial Heritage Route, Theme Route 12: History and Present of the Ruhr.
5. Burg Isenberg
The Isenburg in Hattingen, named in old documents in Isenberg, was built for Arnold von Altena (1173–1209) on the Isenberg west of the city from 1193 to 1199. Destroyed in 1225, the Spornburg is now preserved as a ruin on a steep rock spur above the Hattingen Ruhrschleife. The Landhaus Custodis from the 19th century is located within the ruins.
6. Rathaus der Medizin
Herbede City Hall manages the once independent Herbede community, which is today a borough of Witten. It was built around 1900. The former railway station is nearby. After merging in 1975, it was home to city libraries, police stations and nonprofits such as DLRG and Heimatverein Herbede. City Hall was converted into a medical center in 2010.
7. Stadtmuseum Hattingen
Hattingen Stadtmuseum opened in 2001 in the Blankenstein district and is located in the old administrative building in the centre of the village, adjacent to Blankenstein Castle and Gethmannsche Garten. These collections used to be located in the old town hall in the old city of Hattingen.
8. Wasserturm Luhn & Pulvermacher
The water towers of Luhn & Pulvermacher and Dittmann & Neuhaus are an architectural monument in Witten Herbede, Germany. It was built between 1919 and 1920 and was designed by Friedrich Dache. It is composed of gravel and bricks and is 23 meters high.
9. Stollen Turteltaube
The Turteltaube coal mine is a coal mine in Bommern in the Muttental Valley in Germany. The mine belongs to Herbede Court. The mine was built on two wings, each with a separate tunnel, at Nachtigallmulde, and was in use until the mid-19th century.
10. Haus Kemnade
The Kemnade house is a water lock in the Hattingen district of Blankenstein. His name - derived from the word "Kemenate" - shows that the noble seat took off from the farmhouses surrounded at that time by at least one brick fireplace.
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