12 Sights in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, 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 12 sights are available in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany.

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1. Museumsschiff Mannheim

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Museumsschiff Mannheim lindsaybridge from Sydney, Australia / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Mainz was a side-oar ship built in 1928/29 for Dampfschiffahrts-Gesellschaft für den Nieder-und Mittelrhein (DGNM) and planned service on the Rhine by Deutsche Rheinschiffahrt of Cologne-Düsseldorf. She was the 1000 th ship built by Christof Ruthof shipyard and the last paddle ship built for Köln-Düsseldorfer. The Mainz, which survived World War II, was the company's only navigable ship, but was destroyed in an accident on December 12, 1945. On June 6th, 1956, her hull was seriously damaged and had to be rebuilt. The Cologne-Düsseldorf closed the passenger ship after the summer of 1980 due to the need for extensive repairs and refurbishment.

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2. Luisenpark

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Luisenpark Quadratestadt Mannheim Dominik Rossbach / Stadtmarketing Mannheim GmbH / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Luisenpark is a municipal park in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is located on the left bank of the Neckar river and has an area of 41 hectares. The lower Luisenpark is the oldest part which is conserved as a historic garden. The upper Luisenpark includes various attractions, such as a greenhouse, an arboretum, a Chinese garden, "gondoletta" boats, and a variety of facilities for children. Along with the Herzogenriedpark the upper Luisenpark is operated by the non-profit Stadtpark Mannheim GmbH.

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3. Jesuitenkirche

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The Mannheim Jesuit Church is a Catholic church of historic and artistic importance in Mannheim, Germany. Church construction was begun in 1733 and completed in 1760. It was consecrated to St. Ignatius of Loyola and St. Francis Xavier. During the Second World War, the church suffered severe damage from air attacks; after the war it was rebuilt in its historical style using original parts.

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4. Gedenkskulptur für die in Mannheim ermordeten Juden

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Gedenkskulptur für die in Mannheim ermordeten Juden Immanuel Giel 09:07, 25 September 2007 (UTC) / Public domain

The glass cube is a modern memorial in the pedestrian zone of Mannheim, which is made of glass and has the shape of a cube. The glass cube was designed as a local monument to the Jewish victims of National Socialism from Mannheim by the sculptor Jochen Kitzbihler living in Freiburg in Breisgau and built on the planks in the middle of the footpath in front of the square P2 in 2003.

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5. Liebfrauen-Kirche

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Liebfrauenkirche is a Roman Catholic church in the Jungbusch district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built by Johannes Schroth in the 19th century in neo-Gothic style. Today, it is one of three churches in the pastoral unit of the city of Mannheim, adjacent to the Yavuz Sultan Selim mosque, symbolizing the Christian-Islamic dialogue. It is also the site of Samuel Youth Church.

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6. Kunsthalle Mannheim

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Kunsthalle Mannheim Immanuel Giel / Public domain

The Kunsthalle Mannheim is a museum of modern and contemporary art, built in 1907, established in 1909 and located in Mannheim, Germany. Since then it has housed the city's art collections as well as temporary exhibitions - and up to 1927 those of the local Mannheimer Kunstverein as well as its administration.

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7. St. Sebastian (Untere Pfarrei)

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St. Sebastian (Untere Pfarrei) Hubert Berberich (HubiB) / CC BY 3.0

San Sebastian is the oldest Catholic parish church in Mannheim and one of the three churches in the Mannheim pastoral unit located in the center of the city. During the election, it was used as a palace church by the elector and was ornately decorated by artists such as Bibiena, Visaferte and Eger.

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8. Mariä Himmelfahrt

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The Castle and Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption in Ludwigshafen Oggersheim is a Catholic hall church in the early classic style, which also has high baroque elements. It was built in 1775 over a Loreto chapel that had existed since 1729, which was fully preserved. The address is Kapellengasse 8.

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9. Polnische Katholische Kirche

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The hospital church, including the Bürgerhospitalkirche, is a Catholic church in Mannheim. It was built between 1786 and 1788 according to the plans of Johann Faxlunger and is one of the few buildings from the 18th century in downtown Mannheim.

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10. Mannheimer Synagoge

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The Mannheim synagogue is the successor building of earlier synagogues in Mannheim. It was built by the Jewish community between 1985 and 1987 according to the plans of Karl Schmucker with the community center in the square F 3.

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11. Wilhelm-Hack-Museum

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Wilhelm-Hack-Museum Dominik Lott (Dolo280) / CC BY-SA 2.5

Ludwigshafen, officially Ludwigshafen am Rhein, is a city in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, on the river Rhine, opposite Mannheim. With Mannheim, Heidelberg, and the surrounding region, it forms the Rhine Neckar Area.

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12. Citykirche Konkordien

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Konkordienkirche is a Protestant church in Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1706 and 1717 and has undergone many modifications. The spire of the church is the tallest in the town and was built in 1893.

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