12 Sights in Mannheim, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Mannheim, 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 Mannheim, Germany.

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1. Christuskirche

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Christuskirche Hubert Berberich (HubiB) / CC BY 3.0

Christuskirche is a Protestant church in the Oststadt district of Mannheim, Germany. Together with the Church of Peace, it forms the Pax Christi congregation. Built between 1907 and 1911, it was designed by Christian Schrader in a neo-baroque style with hints of art nouveau. It was barely affected by the devastation of the 1943/44 massive war and remained almost entirely untouched. Christuskirche adapted in its rich form to the high bourgeois villas of Oststadt and formed the climax of Protestant church-building activities, which were necessary for the rapid population increase during Mannheim's industrialization.

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2. Fernmeldeturm Mannheim

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The Fernmeldeturm Mannheim is a 217.8-metre-high (715 ft) concrete telecommunication tower with an observation deck in Mannheim, Germany. It was designed by the architects Heinle, Wischer und Partner and built from 1973 and 1975. It contains transmission facilities for UHR radio services, microwave communications, and omnidirectional radio services. A glassed observation deck and a revolving restaurant at a height of 120 metres allow a nice view over Mannheim and the surrounding area. The tower is a modern landmark of the city of Mannheim.

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3. Wasserturm

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The water tower is a famous landmark in Mannheim. The tower was built between 1886 and 1889 on what is now the Piazza Friedrich according to Gustav Halmhuber's plan. The tower is 60 meters high and 19 meters in diameter. It was Mannheim's first urban water tower and initially had to perform all the functions of a drinking water supply, including maintaining a constant water pressure. After the construction of the higher water tower Luzenberg in 1909, it served as a backup high tank until 2000. The tower has been under protection since 1987.

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4. St.-Bonifatius-Kirche

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St.-Bonifatius-Kirche Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

Saint Bonifacius-Kilche is a Catholic church in the Neckarstadt-Ost/Wohlgeligen district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1912 and 1914 and designed by Ludwig Mayer. Franciscans, who built churches in the monastery, have taken care of the parish since 1925. The Diocese of St. Boniface, together with the Dioceses of St. Bernhard, St. Nicholas and Sacred Heart Jesus, forms the Catholic Diocese of Mannheim-Necastadt in the Archdiocese of Freiburg.

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5. St. Aegidius

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St. Aegidius Immanuel Giel / Public domain

The St.-Aegidius Church is a Catholic church in the Seckenheim district of Mannheim. Between 1904 and 1906 it was built according to the plans of Ludwig Maier in the neo -baroque style. Parts of the tower and the equipment date from the 18th century. The St. Aegidius Church is the fourth church at this point since the Middle Ages.

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6. Schlosskirche

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Schlosskirche Immanuel Giel / Public domain

The Mannheim Palace Church, founded as a court chapel, was built in the 18th century and is part of the Mannheim Palace. The church served as court chapel for the prince-electors of the Electorate of the Palatinate between 1731 and 1777 and belongs to the oldest parish churches of the Old Catholic diocese in Germany.

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7. Sebastianskapelle

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Sebastianskapelle Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

The Sebastian chapel is a former church in Ladenburg in the Rhein-Neckar district in northwestern Baden-Württemberg. Originally court chapel of the bishops of Worms, it was after the Roman Catholic parish church. After 1875 it was mainly used by the old Catholic community. It was profaned at the end of 2017.

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8. Neuapostolische Kirche Moselstraße

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The New Apostolic Church in the Neckarstadt-Ost district of Mannheim was built in the style of the new objectivity between 1929 and 1930 according to Wilhelm Würth's plans. It is the central church of the New Apostolic Church district Mannheim.

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9. Kunstverein

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Kunstverein Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

The Mannheim art association was founded in 1833 and is one of the oldest German art associations. With currently over 750 members, it is one of the larger art associations. The name also stands for the exhibition building on the Augusta system.

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10. Zwölf-Apostel-Kirche

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The Twelve Apostles Church is a Roman Catholic church located in the Vogelstang district of Mannheim, Germany. It was built between 1967 and 1969 according to Heinz Hess's plan. It has a roof of twelve parts, named after the twelve apostles.

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11. Lutherkirche

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Lutherkirche Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

Lutheran Church is a Protestant church in Mannheim, Germany. Built between 1904 and 1906, it adopts neo-Gothic style and was designed by Emile Derlin. After internal modification, it has been used as "Diakoniekirche Plus" since 2010.

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12. St. Gallus Kirche

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St. Gallus Kirche Klaus Graf / CC BY 2.5

St. Gallus Church is a Catholic church in Ladenburg, Rhine-Necka District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Gothic architecture began around 1250 and was completed in 1485. The church is the parish church of St. Gallus Ladenburg Parish.

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