5 Sights in Mühlhausen, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Mühlhausen, 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 5 sights are available in Mühlhausen, Germany.

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1. Marienkirche

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St. Mary's Church in the town of Mühlhausen, central Germany, is the second-largest church building in Thuringia after Erfurt Cathedral. Being principally constructed in the 14th century, it is considered a masterpiece of the Gothic style. The church's central spire, at 86.7 m height, is the highest in the state and forms a significant feature of the town's skyline. St. Mary's was a centre of the 1525 German Peasants' War, since the revolutionary leader Thomas Müntzer was active as a pastor at the church.

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2. Divi Blasii

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The Divi-Blasii-Kirche is a three-aisled, cross-shaped hall church on the Untermarkt of the town of Mühlhausen in Thuringia. The lavishly designed with tracery, pinnacles and a wheel window on the north side is located on an old trade route. The Divi Blasii Church is today the parish church of the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Mühlhausen within the Evangelical Church in Central Germany.

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3. St. Nicolai

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In the 14th century, the construction of St. Nicholas Protestant Parish Church in Mulhausen, Thuringia was listed as a historical site. It was built in the 14th century, but it was not until 1897-1898 that William Rocher acquired the regular shape of a church with three naves and ribbed arched halls.

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4. Bauernkriegsmuseum

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The listed grain market church is one of the twelve medieval church buildings in the Thuringian city of Mühlhausen. The construction of the St. Crucis church of the former Franciscan monastery began in the 13th century. Today the church serves as a peasant war museum.

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5. Deutsches Bratwurstmuseum (in Bau)

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Darth 1. The German Sausage Museum opened near Arnstadt in May 2006 and moved to Mulhausen in Thuringia in 2020. A new building is planned at Mühlhäuser Stadtwald, along with a temporary exhibition at the Mühlhäuser Hof Hotel.

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