Explore interesting sights in Mannheim, 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 15 sights are available in Mannheim, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Mannheim
The Christuskirche is a Protestant church in the Oststadt district of Mannheim, Germany. Together with the Church of Peace, it forms the ChristusFriedenGemeinde. It was built between 1907 and 1911 according to the plans of Christian Schrade in the neo-baroque style with Art Nouveau echoes. Hardly affected by the great war destruction of the years 1943/44, it has been almost completely preserved in its original condition. In its rich design, the Christuskirche adapted to the upper-middle-class villa district of the Oststadt and formed the crowning glory of the Protestant church building activities, which became necessary due to the strong population growth during the industrialization of Mannheim.
2. BUGA 23, Luisenpark
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.
3. St. Jakobus Kirche
St. James' Church is a Catholic church in the Neckarau district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1904 and 1907 according to the plans of Ludwig Maier, who incorporated parts of the building fabric of the previous building from 1760. The church received its present appearance in the 1950s, when the roofs were renewed in a simplified form after the damage caused by the Second World War. The neo-baroque building is classified as a cultural monument of special importance.
4. St. Aegidius
St. Aegidius Church is a Catholic church in the Seckenheim district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1904 and 1906 according to the plans of Ludwig Maier in neo-baroque style. Parts of the tower and furnishings date back to the 18th century. The Church of St. Aegidius is the fourth church on this site since the Middle Ages.
The Magdalenenkapelle is a Catholic chapel in the Mannheim district of Straßenheim. It used to be a parish church and today it is one of the oldest sacred buildings in Mannheim's municipal area. Parts of the building date back to the 13th century. The chapel is classified as a cultural monument of special importance.
6. Wasserturm Luzenberg Mannheim
The Luzenberg Water Tower is a water tower in the Luzenberg district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built from 1906 to 1909 and extended by two attached school buildings between 1912 and 1914. The water tower was in operation as such until 1976. The entire complex is a listed building.
The Lutherkirche is a Protestant church in the Neckarstadt-West district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1904 and 1906 in neo-Gothic style according to the plans of Emil Döring. After renovations in the interior, it has been used as the "Diakoniekirche Plus" since 2010.
The Jonakirche, also Blumenaukapelle, is a Protestant church in the settlement of Blumenau, which belongs to the Mannheim district of Sandhofen. It was built in 1961 according to the plans of Helmut Striffler. It is the earliest Brutalist church building in Baden-Württemberg.
St. Paul's Church is a Protestant church in the Waldhof district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1906 and 1907 according to the plans of Hermann Behaghel. In 2005, St. Paul's Church became the first youth church in the Evangelical Church in Baden.
The Church of the Twelve Apostles is a Roman Catholic church in the Vogelstang district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1967 and 1969 according to the plans of Heinz Hess. In reference to the eponymous Twelve Apostles, it has a twelve-part roof.
Rheinau is a district of Mannheim, which consists of the four districts Casterfeld, Pfingstberg, Rheinau-Mitte and Rheinau-Süd. Until the reorganization of Mannheim's districts in 2020, the Rheinau district consisted of only one district of the same name.
The Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross is a Greek Orthodox church in the Luzenberg district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1965 and 1966 according to the plans of Heinz Hess as a Catholic branch church.
The Trinity Church is a Protestant church in the Sandhofen district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1852 and 1854 according to the plans of Ludwig Franck-Marperger in the neo-Romanesque style.
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