Explore interesting sights in Leverkusen, 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 17 sights are available in Leverkusen, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Leverkusen
1. Johanneskirche Manfort
St. John's Church was a Protestant church building in the Manfort district of Leverkusen, Germany. As one of the last buildings from the "emergency church programme" that was launched in the Federal Republic of Germany after the Second World War, the architect Otto Bartning planned the Protestant church in Manfort, which was consecrated in March 1954 and is now a listed building. It was the place of worship of the parish of the same name in the Evangelical Church District of Leverkusen. On November 29, 2020, St. John's Church was deconsecrated. In the future, a neighbourhood centre with a youth centre and a residential group for people with disabilities will be built on the site. The existing day-care centre will also be expanded for up to 90 children. The whole thing is expected to be completed in 2022. The church itself has been preserved for the most part. These include the façade, the gallery and the stained glass windows.
2. St. Albertus Magnus
The church of St. Albertus Magnus is a Catholic church in the Leverkusen district of Schlebusch/Waldsiedlung. It is the seat of the parish of the same name in the pastoral area of Leverkusen Südost. The basic idea of the architect Josef Lehmbrock is the symbol of the ship. The designs for the building come from diocesan building councilor Erich Valder, building contractor was Josef Traut.
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St. Peter's Church is a Protestant religious building in the Bürrig district of Leverkusen, Germany. Until 31 December 2019, it belonged to the parish of Leverkusen-Küppersteg-Bürrig and since 1 January 2020 to the parish of "An Dhünn, Wupper and Rhein", both in the Leverkusen church district of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.
The Church of Hoffungen is an evangelical sacred building in the Rheindorf district of Leverkusen. It was the seat of the community of the same name until December 31, 2019 and since January 1, 2020 part of the community "An Dhünn, Wupper and Rhein", both in the Leverkusen church district of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.
6. Evangelische Kirche Bergisch Neukirchen
The Evangelical Church of Bergisch Neukirchen is a Protestant religious building in the Bergisch Neukirchen district of Leverkusen, Germany. It is the seat of the parish of the same name in the Evangelical Church District of Leverkusen, which belongs to the Leverkusen Church District of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.
7. St. Remigius Opladen
St. Remigius Church is a church in the Opladen district of Leverkusen, Germany. It is a parish church in the parish of St. Remigius in the parish of St. Maurinus and Marien in the archdiocese of Cologne. Predecessors of the present church from 1863 have been established since the 13th century.
8. St. Aldegundis
The Church of St. Aldegundis is a Roman Catholic church in the Rheindorf district of Leverkusen, Germany. It is the parish church of the parish of the same name in the pastoral care area of Rheindorf/Hitdorf and bears the patronage of Saint Aldegundis, an abbess from the 7th century.
The Christuskirche is a Protestant church in the Wiesdorf district of Leverkusen, Germany. It is next to the Matthew parish hall one of two places of worship of the parish of Leverkusen-Mitte in the church district of Leverkusen of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.
10. Evangelische Kirche Quettingen
The Kolberger Straße community center is an evangelical sacred building in the Quettingen district of Leverkusen. It is one of three worshipers of the parish of Opladen in the Leverkusen church district of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.
11. Wasserturm Leverkusen-Bürrig
Water Tower Leverkusen-Bürrig is a 72-metre-high (236 ft) water tower built in 1978 in Leverkusen-Bürrig. It has a water reservoir of two chambers each of 4000 cubic metres, with a diameter of 42 metres. It has an observation deck for visitors.
12. St. Antonius Kapelle
13. Kirche Auf dem Blauen Berg
14. Ehem. Bahnhof Pattscheid
The former Pattscheid station was built in 1902 as a trading station on the former Wuppertal-Oberbarmen–Opladen railway. It is located in the district of Pattscheid in the district of Bergisch Neukirchen in district II of Leverkusen.
16. Kirche am Bielert
17. MIL MI-2
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