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

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

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Hildesheim

1. Basilika St. Godehard

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Basilika St. Godehard bph / Attribution

St. Godehard is a Romanesque church in Hildesheim, Germany, formerly the church of a Benedictine abbey. It remained almost unaltered through the centuries and was not damaged much in World War II. In 1963, it was awarded the title of a Basilica minor by Pope Paul VI. It is a church of the Catholic parish Heilig Kreuz. The basilica has served as the "cathedral" of the bishop of Hildesheim from 1945 to 1960, when the Hildesheim Cathedral was destroyed and rebuilt, and from 2010, when restoration of the cathedral began. The Hezilo chandelier was installed in St. Godehard during the restoration time.

Wikipedia: St. Godehard, Hildesheim (EN)

2. St. Michaelis

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Michaeliskirche in Hildesheim is an Orton-style pre-Romanesque church. After Kubach, the early Romanesque church. Before the Reformation, it was the Abbey Church of the Benedictine Abbey of the same name. Today it is the Evangelical Lutheran Church. Bernwardskrypta belongs to the Catholic inner-city diocese and is used for daily Mass. The church, along with Hildesheim Cathedral, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985 under the names Hildesheim Cathedral and Michaeliskirche. Me 2. In January 2010, an anniversary stamp with the theme of St. Michael was issued (Euro2.20).

Wikipedia: St. Michael (Hildesheim) (DE)

3. Bugenhagenbrunnen

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Bugenhagenbrunnen Arnold Plesse / CC BY-SA 3.0

Bugenhagenbrunnen (Bugenhagenbrunnen) is a monument designed by Ulrich Henn and inaugurated in 1995 in Andreasplatz, Hildesheim. It is dedicated to Johannes Bugenhagen. He gave his first evangelical sermon at St. Andrew's Church on September 22, 1542. It is funded by the Friedrich Winhagen Foundation in Hildesheim. This well is 7.5 meters high and 8 meters in diameter. It is made of bronze. In this artwork, the artist does not depict Burgenhagen's characters, but portrays his work-as Johannes Brockhoff wrote, "updating" his work.

Wikipedia: Bugenhagenbrunnen (DE)

4. St. Mauritius

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Stiftskirche St. Mauritius is a Catholic church on the Moritzberg in Hildesheim, Germany. The early Romanesque basilica built in 1058–1072 has been preserved without any major changes. The interior has been Baroque since the 18th century. The cloister is one of the city's most peaceful squares. Under the church is an impressive crypt, also used for church services.

Wikipedia: St. Mauritius Church (EN)

5. St. Andreas

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The church of St. Andreas is the principal Lutheran church of Hildesheim, Germany, not to be confounded with the Catholic Hildesheim Cathedral. Its tower is 114.5 metres (376 ft) tall, making it the tallest church tower in Lower Saxony; it is accessible and offers a panoramic view of both the city and surrounding countryside.

Wikipedia: St. Andreas, Hildesheim (EN)

6. 1000 jähriger Rosenstock

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The Thousand-year Rose is also known as the Rose of Hildesheim. It grows on the apse of the Hildesheim Cathedral, a Catholic cathedral in Hildesheim, Germany, that is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The cathedral and the adjacent St. Michael's Church have been on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1985.

Wikipedia: Thousand-year Rose (EN)

7. Unbefleckte Empfängnis Mariä

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The Church of Immaculate Conception of Our Lady, also known as the Church of Immaculate Conception of Our Lady, is a Roman Catholic church located in Einum District, Hildesheim, Germany. It is part of the Parish of Borsum-Sarstedt in the Parish of Hildesheim.

Wikipedia: Unbefleckte Empfängnis Mariä (Einum) (DE)

8. St. Magdalenen

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The Magdalenenkirche or St. Magdalenen is one of the churches in Hildesheim, Lower Saxony, Germany. The Magdalenenkirche is a Catholic church that was once a monastery church, and is situated in the old town at 25 Mühlenstraße.

Wikipedia: Magdalenenkirche, Hildesheim (EN)

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