6 Sights in Krefeld, Germany (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Krefeld, 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 Krefeld, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Krefeld
1. Krefeld-Uerdinger Brücke
The Uerdinger Rheinbrücke spans between the Uerdingen district of Krefeld and the Duisburg district of Verbelheim as the reinforcement belt bridge. The building is 860 m long and has two lanes and two sidewalks. It is one of the last "fake" suspension bridges over the Rhine. The Uerdinger Rheinbrücke is part of the federal road 288. The building is one of the most beautiful Rheinbrücken and has been listed since 1987 because of the "building artistic view of the desired harmony between nature and technology".
2. Haus Greiffenhorst
Haus Greiffenhorst, also called Greiffenhorstschlösschen and Schloss Greiffenhorst, is a former hunting lodge in the Krefeld district of Linn, about 1.2 km from Linn Castle. The classicist building from the 19th century stands in Greiffenhorstpark, a landscape garden designed by Maximilian Friedrich Weyhe.
3. Sankt Hubertus
The Catholic Filialkirche St. Hubertus am Hohen 130 is a listed church building in the Krefeld district of Kliedbruch (North Rhine-Westphalia). The architectural peculiarity of the tent church was the originally inclined, still recognizable relocation of the building.
The Kaiser Wilhelm Museum is the main building of the Krefeld art museums, the focus of which is on art from the second half of the 20th century. The construction was inaugurated in 1899 as a monument of the city of Krefeld.
5. Sankt Dionysius
St. Dionysius is the Catholic old town church of the Lower Rhine city of Krefeld. The church, which was built in several phases between 1752 and 1910, shapes the silhouette of the city with its 78-meter-high tower.
Egelsbergmühle is the name of a Dutch-designed tower windmill located on Egelsberg in the North Rhine-Westphalia city of Krefeld. In addition to Elfrather Mill, it is the second mill in Traar District.
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