7 Sights in Lindau, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Lindau, 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 Lindau, Germany.

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1. Mangturm

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Mangturm Edda Praefcke / CC BY 2.5

Lindau is a major town and island on the eastern side of Lake Constance in Bavaria, Germany. It is the capital of the county (Landkreis) of Lindau, Bavaria and is near the borders of the Austrian state of Vorarlberg and the Swiss cantons of St. Gallen and Thurgau. The coat of arms of Lindau town is a linden tree, referring to the supposed origin of the town's name. The historic town of Lindau is located on the 0.68-square-kilometre (0.26 sq mi) island of the same name which is connected with the mainland by a road bridge and a railway dam leading to Lindau station.

Wikipedia: Lindau (EN)

2. Peterskirche

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St. Peter's Church is the oldest sacred building in the Bavarian-Swabian town of Lindau (Lake Constance). The Romanesque church, now deconsecrated, dates back to the 11th century and is of supra-regional importance due to late Gothic wall paintings – often, but uncertainly, attributed to Hans Holbein the Elder. It stands on the western edge of the old town on the island of Lindau and has housed a war memorial since the 1920s.

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3. Lindau

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The Lindau Lighthouse is the southernmost lighthouse in Germany, in Lindau on Lake Constance. It is 33 metres (108 ft) tall and has a circumference of 24 metres (79 ft) at its base. Notably, it has a clock in its facade.

Wikipedia: Lindau Lighthouse (EN)

4. Lindauer Beweinung

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The Lindau Lamentation is a late Gothic panel painting by an unknown artist, who received the nickname "Master of the Lindau Lamentation" from this work. The picture, created between 1410 and 1420, was painted in egg tempera on coniferous wood and is one of the most important works of Lake Constance Swabian painting of the early 15th century. It is owned by the Municipal Art Collections of the City of Lindau (Lake Constance) and is shown in the permanent exhibition of the City Museum in the Haus zum Cavazzen.

Wikipedia: Lindauer Beweinung (DE)

5. Stadtmuseum Lindau - Haus zum Cavazzen

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The Lindau City Museum is located in the baroque town hall Zum Cavazzen on the market square of Lindau (Lake Constance). The building has been completely renovated since 2018. The collection of exhibits of great significance to the city's history is currently closed and will be reconsidered and designed from scratch in the coming years.

Wikipedia: Stadtmuseum Lindau (DE)

6. Münster Unserer Lieben Frau

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The Minster of Our Lady, also called St. Marien or until 2002 Collegiate Church, is the Catholic parish church of Lindau in Lake Constance. It stands on the market square, in the eastern area of the island of Lindau.

Wikipedia: Münster Unserer Lieben Frau (Lindau) (DE)

7. Insel Hoy

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Hoy is an uninhabited island in Lake Constance in Germany. It lies 400 metres east of the island of Lindau in the Bay of Reutin and 100 metres south of the lakeshore near the mouth of the Oberreitnauer Ach.

Wikipedia: Hoy (Lake Constance) (EN)

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