Here you can find interesting sights in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Ludwigsburg, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Aldinger Torhaus
The Baroque city of Ludwigsburg initially had at least eight gatehouses that were part of the former city's fortifications. It consists of a wall about 6 kilometers long and 3.5 meters high, with gates at the entrance and exit. Each gate has a gatehouse connected with the city wall, which serves as a guard and customs building. However, it is not so much to protect the city from external enemies as to prevent partial forced conscription and desertion of soldiers stationed in the city. Six of these gatehouses are still preserved today; These are all protected.
2. Wasserturm Fürstenhügel
Wasserturm Ludwigsburg-Fürstenügel is a water tower built in 1935 near Römerhügelweg, south of Ludwigsburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Built on top of the prince's tomb discovered by Oscar Friedrich von Fras in 1877, the brick tower has a capacity of 2,000 cubic meters. There are also four drinking water containers under the tower. These containers have a total capacity of 10,000 cubic meters and were put into use in 1927. Completed in 1956.
3. Grabstein und Grabstätte Pauline von Württemberg
Princess Pauline Olga Helene Emma of Württemberg was the only child of William II of Württemberg and Princess Marie of Waldeck and Pyrmont to reach adulthood. Pauline was the wife of William Frederick, Prince of Wied, and worked for many years as the regional director of the German Red Cross in western Germany.
The Schiller Monument in Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart is the work of the Ludwigsburg sculptor Ludwig von Hofer. He created the marble statue in Carrara in 1880 and donated it to his hometown, which had it erected in the center of the triangular Schillerplatz in Ludwigsburg in 1882.
Favoritepark is a park in Ludwigsburg, Germany, that surrounds Favorite Castle. Once used as a pheasant farm, it is now a popular tourist destination and recreation area, with about 150,000 visitors a year. It has been the oldest nature reserve (NSG) in Ludwigsburg since 1937.
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