13 Sights in Kiel, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Kiel, 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 13 sights are available in Kiel, Germany.

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1. Museumshafen

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The Germaniahafen in the Kai-City Kiel in the Schleswig-Holstein state capital Kiel is a harbor basin for guest ships and traditional ships, which was completed in 1998. The Germaniahafen is 28 meters wide and 130 meters long. It is located directly opposite the main station, is directly accessible from there via the Hörnbrücke and is practically a branch of the Hörn. During the construction of the port, special attention was paid to environmental sustainability. In the immediate vicinity, the high-rise center at Germaniahafen was completed in 2007. It houses restaurants, music bars, offices and apartments. At its southern end is the sculpture Adam and Eve by artist Bjørn Nørgaard.

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2. Sankt Nikolai zu Kiel

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St. Nikolai is the name of a Protestant parish and its church in Kiel, the capital of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is the town's oldest building, at the Alter Markt. It was dedicated to Saint Nicholas. In the 19th century, it was remodeled in Gothic Revival style. Destroyed in World War II, it was rebuilt with a simpler contemporary interior. It features notable artworks such as a bronze baptismal font from 1340, an altar from 1460, a triumphal cross from 1490, a wood-carved pulpit from 1705, and outside a bronze by Ernst Barlach from 1928.

Wikipedia: St. Nikolai, Kiel (EN)

3. Ostflügel

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Kiel Castle in Kiel in the north German state of Schleswig-Holstein was one of the secondary residences of the Gottorf dukes. The castle exhibited a very varied architectural history and in the more recent architectural period became one of the most important secular buildings in Schleswig-Holstein. The castle burned down during the Second World War and its ruins were largely carried away and replaced by a new building.

Wikipedia: Kiel Castle (EN)

4. Hindenburg

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The Hindenburg with the DGzRS registration KRA 101 is a former motor lifeboat of the German Society for the Rescue of Shipwrecked (DGzRS). The launch of the boat in steel construction took place in 1944 at the shipyard August Pahl am Köhlfleet in Hamburg; the 17.5 metre long ship was put into service in the same year.

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5. Pauluskirche

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The Pauluskirche in the Düsternbrook district of Kiel was built in the years 1878–1882 in neo-Gothic style as a garrison church for the Prussian naval base of Kiel and used by it until 1918. Since 1925, the Pauluskirche has belonged as a parish church to the Kiel Evangelical Lutheran parish of Heiligengeist.

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6. Kieler Kloster

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The Kiel Monastery is a historic building in the city centre of Kiel, Germany. It stands on the site of a Franciscan monastery founded in 1242, which perished during the Reformation. After war destruction in the Second World War, it was rebuilt in a modified form as the Theological Study House Kiel Monastery.

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7. Warleberger Hof

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The Warleberger Hof is located at Dänische Straße 19 in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein. The listed brick building is the last surviving aristocratic palace in the city and the only preserved private building from the time before 1864 in Kiel's old town. This house has housed the Kiel City Museum since 1970.

Wikipedia: Warleberger Hof (DE)

8. Sankt Jürgen

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St. Jürgen is the name of a church building from 1954 of the Evangelical-Lutheran Peace Community Kiel in the district Kiel-Südfriedhof. The registered cultural monument is located at Königsweg 78. It had several predecessor buildings and is located in the vicinity of the old Jewish cemetery.

Wikipedia: St. Jürgen (Kiel) (DE)

9. Henry-Dunant-Denkmal

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Henry Dunant, also known as Henri Dunant, was a Swiss humanitarian, businessman, and social activist. He was the visionary, promoter, and co-founder of the Red Cross. In 1901, he received the first Nobel Peace Prize together with Frédéric Passy. Dunant was the first Swiss Nobel laureate.

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10. Vicelinkirche

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The Vicelin-Kirche in Kiel is a Bartning emergency church of the Friedensgemeinde Kiel in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany. It is located at Paul-Fleming-Straße 2 in the west of the city near the city monastery and is named after the German missionary Vizelin.

Wikipedia: Vicelinkirche (Kiel) (DE)

11. Lutherkirche

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Today's Luther Church is the successor building to the community centre of the Protestant Luther congregation at Schrevenpark in Kiel, which was destroyed in an air raid on 4 April 1945. It belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran congregation within the Nordkirche.

Wikipedia: Lutherkirche (Kiel) (DE)

12. Alter Botanischer Garten

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The Old Botanical Garden in Kiel, also known as the Old Botanical Garden on the Fjord, is a former botanical garden and arboretum located at Düsternbrooker Weg 19, Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is open daily without charge.

Wikipedia: Old Botanical Garden, Kiel (EN)

13. Sankt Nikolaus

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The Propsteikirche St. Nikolaus in Kiel is the oldest Roman Catholic church in the city. Today the community belongs to the Archdiocese of Hamburg, founded in 1995, before that it was part of the Diocese of Osnabrück.

Wikipedia: St. Nikolaus (Kiel) (DE)

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