Explore interesting sights in Heusenstamm, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Heusenstamm, Germany.
1. Gustav Adolf Kirche
The Evangelical Gustav Adolf Church is a listed church building in Heusenstamm, a city in the Offenbach district of South Hesse. The parish belongs to the Dean's Office Dreieich-Rodgau of the Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau (EKHN). Since the church with its striking onion tower was built in Germany from 1922 to 1923 at the time of hyperinflation, its construction cost over 73 trillion marks.
2. Maria Himmelskron
The Roman Catholic parish church of Maria Himmelskron is a church building in Heusenstamm, a town in the district of Offenbach in Heusenstamm, Germany. The parish belongs to the Pastorraraum Heusenstamm-Dietzenbach in the Mainlinie region in the diocese of Mainz. The second parish church in Heusenstammm, built in the style of Modernism, is under the patrozine of Mary as Queen of Heaven.
3. Mariä Opferung
The Roman Catholic parish church of the Sacrifice of the Virgin Mary is a listed church building in the Heusenstamm district of Rembrücken in southern Hesse, Germany. The parish belongs to the pastoral area of Heusenstamm-Dietzenbach in the Mainlinie region of the Diocese of Mainz. The neo-baroque church is under the patronage of St. Mary and is considered a landmark of Rembrücken.
4. St. Cäcilia
The parish church of St. Cäcilia in Heusenstammm was built from 1739 to 1741 as a Catholic burial church of the Heusenstammer branch of the Counts of Schönborn by the builder Johann Balthasar Neumann. It is the most important baroque building in Heusenstammt.
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