7 Sights in Meiningen, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Meiningen, 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 7 sights are available in Meiningen, Germany.

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1. Staatstheater Meiningen

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The Meiningen Theatre, now called the Meininger Staatstheater, is a four-division theater in the Thuringian town of Meiningen. The theatre offers music theatre, drama, concerts and puppet theatre. The programme is further enhanced by the inclusion of ballet performances produced and performed by Landestheater Eisenach. The orchestra affiliated with the theatre is the Meininger Hofkapelle. Until 2017, the theatre operated as "Südthüringisches Staatstheater" before changing its name to "Meininger Staatstheater". It is jointly funded by the state, city and county of Schmalkalden Meiningen under the umbrella of the Cultural Foundation Meiningen-Eisenach, Thuringia.

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2. Götz-Höhle

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Götz-Höhle Kramer96 / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Goetz cave is a demolition column cavity in Thuringia. It is located on the western outskirts of Meiningen am Dietrichsberg in the middle of the mountain slope to the Werra. The cave is a natural and ground monument and is considered the largest cave of this type in Germany. It is also the only developed and accessible gap and column cavity in Europe. The fissures and columns were created about 25,000 years ago by slipping the slope to the Werra, which is still going on.

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3. Stadtkirche Unserer lieben Frauen

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St Mary's Church, a landmark in the city of Meningen, is a three-nave hall church that is home to St Mary's Church, which is St Mary's Church, St Mary's Church, and St Mary's Church. The Stadtkirche is the most important religious building in Meiningen and serves as a parish church for the new congregation in the area.

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4. Bechsteinbrunnen

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The Bechsteinbrunnen, also known as the Märchenbrunnen, is a fountain built in 1909 in the town of Meiningen. It is dedicated to the writer, archivist, collector of fairy tales and legends Ludwig Bechstein (1801–1860). The fountain created by Robert Diez is located on a main path in the English Garden.

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5. Büchnersches Hinterhaus

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The Büchnersche Hinterhaus in the southern Thuringian district town of Meiningen is a listed half-timbered house in the Henneberg-Franconian style. It is considered the oldest precisely dated half-timbered house in the former capital and residence of Saxe-Meiningen.

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6. Heinrichsbrunnen

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The Heinrichsbrunnen is a historical ornamental fountain in Meiningen, which is centrally located on the market square. The stone sculpture on the Brunnenstock represents Emperor Henry II of the Holy Roman Empire.

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7. Henneberger Haus

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Henneberger Haus, located in the town of Meiningen in the district of Hennebergisch-Franconian, Thuringia, is a unique semi-timber structure built in 1894/95 and is a landmark of this former residence city.

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