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The listed children's teaching church is the former monastery church of the Memmingen Antoniter in Memmingen in Upper Swabia in Bavaria. The church, built as a pseudobasilica, was consecrated to St. Antonius and was called Antoniuskapelle until the Reformation. Your current name comes from use as a place for the children during the service in the opposite Martinskirche. Today she is primarily known for her frescoes by Bernhard Strigel and the neo -Gothic equipment by Leonhard Vogt. It was used by the Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch until the renovation in 2009. The last extensive renovation took place from 2009 to 2011.
2. St. Agatha
On this page the architectural monuments in the Swabian independent city of Memmingen are compiled. This table is a partial list of the List of monuments in Bavaria. The basis is the Bavarian List of Monuments, which was first compiled on the basis of the Bavarian Monument Protection Act of 1 October 1973 and has since been managed by the Bavarian State Office for the Preservation of Monuments. The following information does not replace the legally binding information of the monument protection authority.
The House of the Kramerzunft in Memmingen, Upper Swabia, is a listed building from the 15th century. It was there that the assembly of the rebellious peasants in the German Peasants' War took place, in which they laid down their demands in the Twelve Articles and the Federal Order. The Action of the Peasants is considered the first constituent assembly on German soil and one of the earliest declarations of human rights. The house has the addresses Weinmarkt 15 and Kreuzstraße 15.
4. Schloss Grünenfurt
Grünenfurt Castle (German: Schloss Grünenfurt) is a country castle built between 1737 and 1738 in the Grünenfurt district of the Upper Swabian town of Memmingen. Surrounded by an English landscape garden, today's complex dates back to a predecessor from the Renaissance period. Partially demolished in the 18th century and rebuilt in the late Baroque style, it is now privately owned and cannot be visited. The current resident is the retired German ambassador Alexander of Rome.
5. St. Martin
The listed parish church of Saint Martin in Memmingen is one of the oldest churches in Upper Swabia. The church is a landmark of the city. It is located on the edge of the northwestern old town, in the old Protestant church district in front of the old abandoned cemetery at an elevation of the Memminger Achtal. Its tower is visible from afar and, at about 65 meters, is the tallest building in the city.
The Buxachbrücke is a bridge structure in Buxach, Upper Swabia, a district of Memmingen. The listed bridge was built in 1768 to cross the Buxach and consists of an arch of plastered bricks. The Kirchstraße, the main access road to the village, leads over it. The bridge is located about 70 meters east of the Trinity Church.
7. Landestheater Schwaben
The Stadttheater Memmingen, also known as Theaterstadel, is a municipal theater building in the Upper Swabian city of Memmingen. The building, formerly belonging to the Augustinian convent, has been used as a theatre since 1802. Today it is the headquarters of the Landestheater Schwaben.
8. Schloss Illerfeld
Schloss Illerfeld is a schloss built by Sigmund von Lupine in Illerfeld, a hamlet in the municipality of Ferthofen in the county of Memmingen in Upper Swabia, Germany. The manor, built in 1784, is located not far from the banks of the Iller on a slight rise on the St 2009 state road.
9. Bismarckturm Memmingen
The listed Bismarck Tower on the Memmingen Hühnerberg was built in 1904 according to plans by the Memmingen city architect Peter Lang by the local beautification association as an observation tower with a height of 18 meters, extension and crenellation.
The Unicorn Pharmacy in Memmingen is a listed building from the 15th century. It was rebuilt in essential parts in the 16th and 17th centuries. Until its closure in 2020, it was the second oldest unicorn pharmacy in Germany still in operation.
The Antonite Museum is a cultural history museum founded in 1996 dedicated to the history and work of the Order of St. Anthony. It is located in the Antonierhaus in the administrative district of Swabia in Memmingen in Bavaria.
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