6 Sights in List auf Sylt, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in List auf Sylt, 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 List auf Sylt, Germany.List of cities in Germany
1. Leuchtturm List Ost
The red-and-white striped List Ost lighthouse stands on the Sylt peninsula called Ellenbogen and is the second northernmost lighthouse in Germany after the List West lighthouse. It was built in 1857 and put into operation on January 1, 1858. Since 1977, the fire of the tower has been remotely controlled. Due to its proximity to a steep edge, the List Ost lighthouse was still considered to be in danger of falling around 2003, but since about 2007 the coastal erosion of the steep edge has come to a standstill.
2. Sankt Raphael
The Catholic branch church of St. Raphael is a church building in List on the island of Sylt, a municipality in the district of North Frisia (Schleswig-Holstein). It is the northernmost Catholic church in Germany and belongs to the island parish of St. Christophorus in Westerland. The municipality belongs to the Archdiocese of Hamburg. Styrian missionaries look after the church. It was originally intended as a place of worship for the naval personnel stationed on Sylt, who were withdrawn in 2006.
3. List West
The white lighthouse List West is located on the Ellenbogen peninsula on the island of Sylt. It was built by the Kingdom of Denmark and is not only the northernmost lighthouse, but also the northernmost building in Germany. It is also the oldest lighthouse on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein and the first cast iron lighthouse in Germany.
S ü tterknoll is a coastal dune about 31 meters high in the seaside resort List of Sylt Island in the North Sea of North Friesland, Schleswig-Holstein. The Wei è d ü ne dune is located near a weather station, adjacent to the Nord-Sylt Nature Reserve.
5. Erlebniszentrum Naturgewalten Sylt
The Erlebniszentrum Naturgewalten Sylt is an exhibition and event centre in List on Sylt, which aims to present and convey the diversity, beauty and dynamics of the seas and coasts as well as the experience of the forces of nature.
6. Sankt Jürgen
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Jürgen is a listed church building in List in the district of North Frisia (Schleswig-Holstein) since 1997. It was built during the Nazi era and is also the northernmost church in Germany.
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