9 Sights in Ludwigsburg, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Ludwigsburg, 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 9 sights are available in Ludwigsburg, Germany.

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1. Aldinger Torhaus

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The original at least eight gatehouses of the baroque city of Ludwigsburg were part of the former city fortifications. This consisted of an approximately 6 km long and up to 3.5 m high wall, which was provided with gates at its entrances and exits. Each gate system had a gatehouse connected to the city wall, which served as a guardhouse and customs house. However, the aim was not so much to guard the city from external enemies, but rather to prevent the soldiers, some of whom were forcibly recruited and barracked in the city, from deserting. Six of these gatehouses are still preserved; these are listed buildings.

Wikipedia: Ludwigsburger Torhäuser (DE), Website

2. Auferstehungskirche

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The Evangelical Church of the Resurrection in Ludwigsburg was built in 1934 as a provisional wooden church and was initially another preaching site of the Stadtkirche Ludwigsburg. The church of the same name in the Evangelical Deanery of Ludwigsburg is a church building of the Evangelical Church in Württemberg. Due to the influx of refugees, it had to be expanded in 1952 and thus received its present form.

Wikipedia: Auferstehungskirche (Ludwigsburg) (DE)

3. Deutsch-Französisches Institut

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The Deutsch-Französisches Institut (DFI) is an independent non-profit organization devoted to research on and documentation of contemporary Franco-German relations. The institute is funded by the German Foreign Office, the regional government of Baden-Württemberg and the town of Ludwigsburg. Projects are also funded by external partners.

Wikipedia: Franco-German Institute (EN), Website

4. Grabstein und Grabstätte Pauline von Württemberg

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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.

Wikipedia: Princess Pauline of Württemberg (1877–1965) (EN)

5. Prunkgrab Grafenbühl

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The Grafenbühl is a ceremonial tomb of the late Hallstatt period near Asperg in the district of Ludwigsburg in Baden-Württemberg. It was archaeologically excavated by the prehistorian Hartwig Zürn, belongs to a series of rich burial mounds in the vicinity of the Hohenasperg and is dated to 500 BCE.

Wikipedia: Prunkgrab Grafenbühl (DE)

6. Favoritepark

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Favoritepark Wagner Tobias / CC BY-SA 3.0 de

Favoritepark is a park in Ludwigsburg, Germany. Once used as a pheasantry, today it is a popular excursion destination and local recreation area with around 150,000 visitors annually. It has been a nature reserve (NSG) since 1937 and thus the oldest in the district of Ludwigsburg.

Wikipedia: Favoritepark (DE)

7. Schiller-Denkmal

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The Schiller monument in Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart is a work by the Ludwigsburg sculptor Ludwig von Hofer. He created the marble statue in Carrara in 1880 and gave it to his hometown, which had it set up in 1882 at the center of the triangular Schillerplatz in Ludwigsburg.

Wikipedia: Schillerdenkmal (Ludwigsburg) (DE)

8. Favoriteschloss

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Schloss Favorite is a Baroque maison de plaisance and hunting lodge in Ludwigsburg, Germany, which was used as a summer residence and hunting lodge. It is located on a rise, directly north of Ludwigsburg Palace to which it is connected via an avenue.

Wikipedia: Schloss Favorite, Ludwigsburg (EN), Website, Url

9. Friedenskirche

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The Friedenskirche is a Protestant church in Ludwigsburg, Württemberg, Germany. It was built as a garrison church by the Munich architect Friedrich von Thiersch in the period from 27 December 1900 to 31 March 1903.

Wikipedia: Friedenskirche (Ludwigsburg) (DE), Website


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