Explore interesting sights in Limburg an der Lahn, 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 Limburg an der Lahn, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Limburg an der Lahn
1. St. Lubentius
The church of St Lubentius in Dietkirchen, now part of Limburg an der Lahn, Hesse, Germany, was the most important church of the region until the 13th century. Located on top of a rock outcrop on the west bank of the river Lahn, it holds relics of St Lubentius, who according to the Gesta Treverorum worked in the area as a missionary in the fourth century. Today, the former collegiate church serves as the Catholic parish church of Dietkirchen, while its former chapel Dreifaltigkeitskapelle is the Protestant parish church. The church is a Romanesque basilica, mostly built in the 11th and 12th centuries, with a double tower at the west end.
2. ehemaliger Friedhof
The former cathedral cemetery and cemetery of the city of Limburg an der Lahn is located in the immediate vicinity of Limburg Cathedral on Cathedral Square. The cemetery, which served as the final resting place of both the members of the monastery and the townspeople, was expanded several times in the 19th century before it was replaced in 1882 by a new main cemetery on the Schafsberg. Since 1965, the cemetery, which is a listed building for historical and cultural reasons, has been accessible as a park. On the site is the former Karner Chapel of St. Michael, which is also a listed building.
3. Hoher Dom zu Limburg
Limburg Cathedral (German: Limburger Dom, also known as Georgsdom after its dedication to Saint George, is located above the old town of Limburg in Hesse, Germany. It is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Limburg. Its high location on a rock above the river Lahn provides its visibility from far away. It is the result of an Early Gothic modernization of an originally Early Romanesque building and therefore shows a Romanesque-Gothic transitional style.
4. Hochbunker Limburg
The high-rise bunker ("angle tower") on the grounds of the WERKStadt shopping centre in Limburg is an air-raid shelter of the Winkel type, named after the designer Leo Winkel. It was built during the Second World War in 1941 to protect the employees of the Reichsbahn-Ausbesserungswerk Limburg from Allied air raids. To improve vibration protection, the bunker was built on a bed of iron filings.
5. Maria mit den Aposteln im Abendmahlssaal
The Chapel of St. Mary with the Apostles in the Upper Room on the Cathedral Square of the central Hessian city of Limburg an der Lahn is part of the Diocesan Centre of St. Nicholas, which has been the residence and official residence of the Bishop of Limburg since 2013.
6. St. Hildegard / Jugendkirche Cross Over
St. Hildegaard is a Catholic church in Limbaugh built by Walter Neuhäusser from 1965 to 1967. The unique shell roof is based on the international architectural trend "flying roof" which arose in the early 1960s. Today, it belongs to Limbaugh pastoral area.
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