8 Sights in Hemer, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Hemer, 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 Hemer, Germany.

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1. Heinrichshöhle

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Heinrichshöhle Heinz-Werner Weber / CC BY-SA 2.0

Heinrichshöhle is a stalactite cave near Sundwig in the district of Märkische Kreis Hemer, north of Sauerland, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is 320 meters long and is part of the Perrick cave system, with a total cave length of 3.5 kilometers. It was open to visitors and was developed between 1903 and 1905 by innkeeper Heinrich Meise as a showcase cave. Heinrichshöhle's first written name was in 1771, with an entry on the corridor map. It is one of the most abundant bone sites of the Pleistocene in Europe. Among them are the skeletons of several cave bears, one of which is on display in the cave. The cave has obvious river cave outline, and there are cracks and cracks more than 20 meters high in Middle Devonian massive limestone or coral limestone. It contains abundant sintered stalactites with different forms of stalagmites, stalactites, sintered flags and sintered terraces of different sizes. The cave is operated by Arbeitsgemeinschaft (ARGE) Höhle und Karst Sauerland/Hemer E. V. Regular guided tours.

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2. Christuskirche Sundwig

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The Christuskirche is a church building in the district of Sundwig in the town of Hemer in the Märkischer Kreis, North Rhine-Westphalia. After the closure of the Thomaskirche, it is the only church in the parish district Hemer-Süd of the Evangelical parish of Hemer, which belongs to the church district Iserlohn of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia. The church was consecrated in 1963 and has since shaped the cityscape with its high white church tower.

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3. Hemer Felsenmeer

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The Felsen Sea in Hemer in Sauerland is a forested geotope with a strongly rugged surface and numerous visible rock formations, which comes from the tertiary. The area of the rock sea comprises approx. 35 ha, is about 600 meters long, 200 meters wide and is 45 meters above the valley sole. It is divided into three sub -areas, the large sea of rocks in the northwest, the small rock sea in the south and the paradise in the southeast.

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4. Felsenmeermuseum

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The Felsen Sea Museum is a local museum in Hemer opened in 1989. It was housed in the Villa Grah, which was listed in 1902, and was named in the Sundwig district and named after the neighboring rock sea. The museum gives an insight into the history of the Felsen sea, in which iron ore was dismantled more than a thousand years ago. Other topics are Hemers' industrial and city history.

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5. Alte Höhle

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The Alte Höhle, also known as von-der-Becke-Höhle after Heinrich von der Becke, is a stalactite cave in the Sundwig district of Hemer. It is 630 meters long. The cave is located in the Middle Devonian mass 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.

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6. St. Bonifatius Kirche

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At approx. 70 meters, the Church of St. Bonifatius is the highest 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 Sundwig district. The municipality is located in the Deanery Märkisches Sauerland.

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7. Stephanus-Kirche

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St Stephen's Church is the only church building in Delinhoven and the oldest church building in Hemmer, North Rhine-Westphalia. This church was built in the 14th century. It was built in the 13th century and may be on the ruins of the former church.

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8. Sauerlandpark Hemer

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Sauerlandpark Hemer is a leisure park in Hemer, Germany, on the site of the 2010 National Garden Show. Essential elements of Gartenschaupark, such as the Grohe Forum, Theme Garden, Jübergturm and Sensory Park, have been preserved.

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