7 Sights in Lemgo, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Lemgo, 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 7 sights are available in Lemgo, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Lemgo
The town hall of Lemgo in the district of Lippe is an epoch-spanning architectural monument of particular importance. It is on UNESCO List 1 as a work of art of European importance. The beginnings of the building lie in the construction of a Gothic market hall, which was soon expanded in the medieval trading town as a town hall, in which various municipal functions were established. The construction phases are in the heyday of the Hanseatic city of Lemgo in Gothic and Renaissance style. The magnificent facades of the Ratslaube and the Apothekenauslucht occupy a special place in the regional Weser Renaissance.
2. Sankt Nicolai
St. Nicolai is the oldest of the two Evangelical Lutheran parish churches in the city of Lemgo in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located not far from the market square on the east side of the town hall and south of Mittelstraße, which crosses the old town of Lemgo from west to east. To the north and south, the church is surrounded by tree-covered green areas.
3. Sankt Marien
The Evangelical Lutheran parish church of St. Marien is one of the five inner-city churches in Lemgo. Since 1306 it was the monastery church of Dominican nuns. Even today there is the Lippische Damenstift St. Marien in Lemgo, which is under the supervision of the Landesverband Lippe. St. Mary's Abbey was united with Cappel Abbey near Lippstadt by state law in 1971.
The Hexenbürgermeisterhaus in Lemgo is a former town house, which is now used as a museum. The building got its name from the mayor and lawyer Hermann Cothmann, who served as mayor from 1667 to 1683, lived in this house and had acquired the reputation of a witch hunter during the witch trials in Lemgo.
5. Ölmühle mit Wasserrad
This is a list of listed buildings in the municipality of Lemgo in the district of Lippe in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. These monuments are registered in the list of monuments of the municipality of Lemgo; The basis for inclusion is the Monument Protection Act of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Ballhaus is located in Lemgo, a small town in the Lippe district of the administrative district of Detmold (North Rhine-Westphalia), founded in 1608/09. The building at the southern end of the square is a protected monument.
7. Schloss Brake
Brake Castle (German: Schloss Brake) is a moated castle of the Weser Renaissance in Lemgo, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the seat of the Landesverband Lippe. The castle is also home to the Weser Renaissance Museum.
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