6 Sights in Horn-Bad Meinberg, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Horn-Bad Meinberg, 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 6 sights are available in Horn-Bad Meinberg, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Horn-Bad Meinberg

1. Römerweg

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The hollow path "Große Egge" is a hollow road section carved into the upcoming Cenomanian limestone in the form of a hollow path at the wooded pass "Große Egge" in the southeastern Teutoburg Forest. It is located in the municipality of Horn-Bad Meinberg in North Rhine-Westphalia and lies about 1.2 km west-southwest of the Externsteine and just under 2.3 km east of the Gauseköte. The route investigation did not yield a reliably datable find. About 120 m northeast of the cultural monument rises the Wiembecke, which is dammed at the Externsteine to form a pond.

Wikipedia: Hohlweg Große Egge (DE)

2. Evangelisch-reformierte Kirche Bad Meinberg

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Evangelisch-reformierte Kirche Bad Meinberg Daniel Brockpähler / CC BY-SA 3.0

Bad Meinberg Evangelical Church (German: Evangelische Kirche Bad Meinberg) is a Reformed church in Horn-Bad Meinberg in the district of Lippe, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The church was built in the 12th century in Romanesque style. In 1541 the Reformation was introduced. After the beginning of the spa operation in Bad Meinberg, the church became too small, so that it was extended several times from 1882.

Wikipedia: Evangelische Kirche Bad Meinberg (DE), Website

3. Kreuzabnahmerelief

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The Externsteine relief is a monumental rock relief depiction of the Descent from the Cross scene, carved into the side of the Externsteine sandstone formation in the Teutoburg Forest. The Externsteine are located near Detmold, now in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia but in the Middle Ages in the Duchy of Saxony.

Wikipedia: Externsteine relief (EN)

4. Eulenturm

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The Malzkilre, colloquially also called Eulenturm, is the last surviving fortified tower on the former city wall of Horn in the municipality of Horn-Bad Meinberg in North Rhine-Westphalia. It has been registered in the list of monuments of the town of Horn-Bad Meinberg since 4 July 1985.

Wikipedia: Malzdarre_(Eulenturm) (DE)

5. Lönsstein

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Hermann Löns was a German journalist and writer. Already during his lifetime, Löns, whose landscape ideal was the heath, became known as a hunter, nature and homeland poet as well as a naturalist and conservationist to a myth and as a "heath poet".

Wikipedia: Hermann Löns (DE)

6. Evangelische Stadtkirche Horn

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Evangelische Stadtkirche Horn Daniel Brockpähler / CC BY-SA 3.0

Horn Evangelical Church or Stadtkirche Horn is a Protestant Reformed Church in Horn belonging to the Blomberg class of Lippische Landeskirche. The church building is registered on the list of monuments in Horn-Badmainberg, numbered 01.4.

Wikipedia: Evangelische Kirche Horn (DE), Website


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