5 Sights in Lich, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Lich, 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 Lich, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Lich
The Marienstiftskirche is a Lutheran three-aisled hall church in Lich, Middle Hesse, Germany. It was built between 1510 and 1537, making it the last Late Gothic hall church to be built in Hesse. The architectural style straddles the transition between Gothic and Renaissance. It is a Hessian heritage site and contains objects of national art historical significance. The neighbouring Stadtturm, with its historic triple peal serves as a clocktower for the Marienstiftskirche.
2. Burg Arnsburg
Arnsburg Castle (German: Burg Arnsburg) is a ruined spur castle at 170 m above sea level near Arnsburg Abbey, a district of Lich in the district of Gießen in Hesse, Germany. The castle, built around 1000, was the ancestral castle of the Imperial Ministeriales of Hagen and Arnsburg in the Wetterau, who called themselves von Münzenberg from 1151. From 1984 to 1985, the foundations of the castle were excavated.
3. Heiliger Stein
The Heiliger Stein Gallery Tomb is a Neolithic megalithic site on the northwest slope of the Wetterbergkopf above the Wettertal northeast of Trais-Münzenberg in Muschenheim, a district of the town of Lich in the district of Gießen in Hesse, Germany. The site, which was excavated in 1893 and 1913 and excavated again between 1989 and 2003, has been restored.
4. Kastell Arnsburg - Alteburg
The fort Arnsburg, including the terrain name, also called Kastell Arnsburg-Alteburg, existed as a Roman cohort fort in the northernmost Limes arc west of the town of Lich in the Wetterau in Hesse from before 90 to 260 AD. It was built under Emperor Domitian and occupied by various cohorts in the course of its function as an exposed military base.
5. Kloster Arnsburg
Arnsburg Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery near Lich in the Wetterau, Hesse, Germany. It was founded by monks from Eberbach Abbey in 1174. Although heavily damaged in the Thirty Years' War it was rebuilt later in the 17th century and prospered in the 18th century, when much of the abbey was rebuilt in Baroque style.
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