10 Sights in Kaiserslautern, Germany (with Map and Images)
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The Collegiate Church of St. Martin and St. Mary in Kaiserslautern is a Protestant parish church. It is the oldest hall church between the Rhine and Saar rivers and is one of the most important Gothic church buildings in the Palatinate. The building made of sandstone ashlars is oriented to the east and jumps back slightly from the street front, so that the market street widens here to a roughly triangular square. The roof landscape is characterized by the octagonal main tower, the two west towers and the gable roofs of the north front.
2. Großer Humberg
The Humberg is a mountain in the south of Kaiserslautern, Germany, that stands on the border of the Palatinate forest. With a height of 425 meters, it is the highest point in the area of Kaiserslautern. At its peak, the Humberg Tower provides a dramatic view of the area below.
The Fruchthalle in Kaiserslautern was built between 1843 and 1846 according to plans by August von Voit in the Neo-Renaissance style modelled on the Italian early Renaissance. The architect Ferdinand Jodl was responsible for the expansion of the large hall as Voit's employee.
4. Zoo Kaiserslautern
The Kaiserslautern Zoo is a zoo in the city of Kaiserslautern in Germany. The Zoo was founded on June 15, 1968, and is located in Kaiserslautern's Siegelbach neighbourhood. The zoo originally belonged to the town of Siegelbach which became part of the city in 1969.
The Apostelkirche in Kaiserslautern is a Protestant church and is located on a rising property between Pfründner-, Spital-, Kennel- and Pariser Straße. The parish belongs to the church district (Deanery) Kaiserslautern of the Evangelical Church of the Palatinate.
The Imperial Palace of Kaiserslautern, popularly known as Barbarossaburg or Kaiserslautern Castle, is a fortified and administrative castle built by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa in the 12th century as a royal palace in the West Palatinate city of Kaiserslautern.
7. Wildpark Betzenberg
The Betzenberg Wildlife Park in Kaiserslautern, Germany, was founded in 1970 with the aim of enabling the population to observe native species of animals - including those that used to live wild around Kaiserslautern but are no longer native there today.
8. Hohenecken Castle
Hohenecken Castle is the ruin of a spur castle from the Hohenstaufen era on the Schlossberg hill above the Kaiserslautern ward of Hohenecken in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is located at an elevation of 363 m above sea level (NN).
9. Ruine Burg Perlenberg
Perlenberg Castle (German: Burg Perlenberg), also known as Perleburg or Perlenburg, is a ruined hilltop castle near the municipality of Bann near Hohenecken in the district of Kaiserslautern in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
The Marienkirche is a Roman Catholic church in Kaiserslautern and with its 92.5 m high tower the tallest building in Kaiserslautern city center. Around 5200 Catholics belong to the Marienkirche parish.
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