5 Sights in Korschenbroich, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Korschenbroich, 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 5 sights are available in Korschenbroich, Germany.

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1. St. Andreas

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St. Andreas is a Roman Catholic parish church in Korschenbroich. The parish patron is the Holy Apostle Andreas. The parish of St. Andreas is part of the community of the municipalities (GDG) Korschenbroich together with the other four parishes of St. Dionysius Kleinenbroich, St. Georg Liedberg, Herz Jesu Herrenshoff and St. Marien Pesch.

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2. St. Georg

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St. George's Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Liedberg district of Korshenbrosch, Germany. St. George's Parish is part of the Korschenbroich Parish Community (GDG), along with four other parishes: St. Andreas Korschenbroich, St. Dionysius Kleinenbroich, St. Marien Pesch and Herz Jesu Herrshoff.

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3. Georg Vollmer

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Georg Vollmer Klaus-Dieter Machynia / CC BY-SA 3.0

The list of Stumbling Stones in Mönchengladbach – District North contains all Stumbling Stones that were laid as part of the project of the same name by Gunter Demnig in Mönchengladbach in the North District. They are intended to commemorate victims of National Socialism who lived and worked here.

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4. Josef Joseph

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Josef Joseph Klaus-Dieter Machynia / CC BY-SA 3.0

The list of Stolpersteine in Mönchengladbach – Stadtbezirk Süd contains all Stumbling Stones that were laid as part of the project of the same name by Gunter Demnig in Mönchengladbach in the South District. They are intended to commemorate victims of National Socialism who lived and worked here.

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5. St. Dionysius

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The Catholic St. Dionysius Church in Kleinenbroich belongs to the diocese of Aachen. Her name comes from St. Dionysius of Paris. The parish office and a Catholic library are located opposite the church.

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