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Heinrichshöhle is a stalactite cave near Sundwig, the Hemer district of M ä rkisches Kreis north of Sauerland, North Rhine-Westphalia. It is 320 meters long and is part of the Burick cave system, with a total passage length of 3.5 kilometers. Open to visitors, it was expanded between 1903 and 1905 by innkeeper Heinrich Mays as a showcase cave and illuminated with electric lights. Heinrichshöhle's first written name was in 1771, with an entry on a corridor map. In the 19th century Heinrichshöhle. Until the beginning of the 20th century. It is one of the most abundant sites in Pleistocene bones in Europe. Among them are the skeletons of several cave bears, one of which is on display in the cave. The cave has an obvious river cave profile, with cracks and fissures over 20 meters high in the massive or coral limestone of Middle Devonian. It is rich in sintered matter, with different stalagmites, stalactites, sintered plumes and sintered terraces of different sizes. The display hole is operated by Arbeitsgemeinschaft (ArGe) Höhle und Karst Sauerland/Hemer e. V. Regular guided tours.
2. Sauerlandpark Hemer
The Sauerlandpark Hemer is an approximately 27-hectare amusement park in Hemer, which is located on the former site of the State Garden Show 2010. Essential elements of the garden show park such as the Grohe Forum, the theme gardens, the Jübergturm and the Park of the Senses were preserved. The park was opened on 16 April 2011 and offers space for cultural events. The sponsor is the Sauerlandpark Hemer GmbH in the form of the renaming of the Landesgartenschau Hemer 2010 GmbH. The Sauerlandpark Hemer actually bears the inheritance of the Landesgartenschau Hemer 2010 through the continued identity of the GmbH.
3. Hemer Felsenmeer
The Felsenmeer in the Sauerland Hemer is a wooded geotope with a very rugged subsoil and numerous visible rock formations, which dates back to the Tertiary period. The area of the Felsenmeer covers about 35 ha, is about 600 meters long, 200 meters wide and lies 45 meters above the valley floor. It is divided into three sub-areas, the Great Sea of Rocks in the northwest, the Small Sea of Rocks in the south and Paradise in the southeast.
The Felsenmeermuseum is a local history museum in Hemer, Germany, opened in 1989. It is housed in the listed Villa Grah in the district of Sundwig, built in 1902, and named after the neighbouring Felsenmeer. The museum gives an insight into the history of the Felsenmeer, where iron ore was mined more than a thousand years ago. Further topics are the industrial and urban history of Hemer.
5. Christuskirche Sundwig
Christuskirche is a church in M ä rkisches Kreis, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. After the closure of Thomaskirche, it was the only church in Hemer-Süd Parish of Hemer Protestant Diocese, which belongs to Iserlohn Parish of Westphalian Protestant Church. The church was inaugurated in 1963, and since then it has shaped the face of the city with its high white bell tower.
6. Alte Höhle
The Alte Höhle, also named Von-der-Becke-Höhle after Heinrich von der Becke, is a stalactite cave in the district of Sundwig von Hemer. It is 630 meters long. The cave lies in the Middle Devonian limestone of the Sauerland and is connected to other caves via the Perick cave system. A first documentary mention took place in the 15th century.
7. St. Bonifatius Kirche
The church of St. Bonifatius is with about 70 meters the tallest building in the city of Hemer and has been a listed building since 2001. St. Bonifatius is the second oldest of the five Catholic branch churches in Hemer and is located in the district of Sundwig. The municipality lies in the deanery of Märkisches Sauerland.
8. Evangeliumschristen-Baptisten e.V.
St. Thomas Church, a former Protestant church in Hemmer, North Rhine-Westphalia, was inaugurated in 1966. In 2007, the congregation sold the building to the Hemmer Baptist congregation. The church is located in Gockelschen Park in the center of Westig District.
The Stephanuskirche is the only church building in Deilinghofen and the oldest in the city of Hemer in North Rhine-Westphalia. The church was probably built in the 14th century on the remains of the previous church.
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