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

Explore interesting sights in Langelsheim, 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 5 sights are available in Langelsheim, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Langelsheim

1. Herz-Mariä-Kirche

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Herz-Mariä-Kirche Milenavaleska (shifted, retouched & cropped by Rabanus Flavus) / CC BY 3.0

The Church of the Heart of Mary is the Catholic church in Langelsheim, a town in the district of Goslar in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is a branch church of the parish of St. Mary's Annunciation with its seat in Liebenburg, in the deanery of Goslar-Salzgitter of the diocese of Hildesheim. The church is named after the Immaculate Heart of Mary and stands on the property Bruchkamp 9.

Wikipedia: Herz Mariä (Langelsheim) (DE)

2. Burg Lutter

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Lutter Castle is located in Lutter am Barenberge, a small village in Langelsheim municipality, Goslar district, Lower Saxony. First mentioned in 1259, the castle was originally a moat and has been an agricultural territory since the Thirty Years War. It has been owned by the Lutter Commune since 1980 and is inhabited, managed and maintained by its members.

Wikipedia: Burg Lutter (DE), Website

3. Burgruine Kahlenberg

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Kahlenberg Castle (German: Burg Kahlenberg) is a small lowland castle in the borough of Rhode in the town of Langelsheim in Lower Saxony, Germany. Of the fortification in the construction of a medieval tower hill castle (motte) only the castle hill as well as moat and rampart remain. Structural remains have not been preserved.

Wikipedia: Burg_Kahlenberg_(Niedersachsen) (DE)

4. Schlachtfeld der Schlacht bei Lutter

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The Battle of Lutter took place on 27 August 1626 during the Thirty Years' War, south of Salzgitter, in Lower Saxony. A combined Danish-German force led by Christian IV of Denmark was defeated by Johan Tzerclaes, Count of Tilly, commanding an army of the Catholic League loyal to Emperor Ferdinand II.

Wikipedia: Battle of Lutter (EN)

5. Großsteingrab Bredelem

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The gallery grave Bredelem belongs to the Neolithic type, which is also referred to as the Hessian-Westphalian stone box and can be assigned here and in parts of Westphalia to the funnel beaker culture (TBK).

Wikipedia: Galeriegrab Bredelem (DE)


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