Here you can find interesting sights in Memmingen, 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 Memmingen, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Memmingen
Kinderlehrkirche (Children's Education Church) is a former convent church in Memminger Antoniter in Memingen, Bavaria. The church was built as a pseudo-cathedral dedicated to St. Anthony and was known as St. Anthony's Chapel until the Reformation. Its current name comes from the fact that it was used as a teaching place for children when it was served at St. Martin's Church opposite. Today, it is famous for the murals of Bernhard Streegel and the neo-Gothic decorations of Leonhard Vogt. It was used as a simultaneous church for the Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Antioch Syrian Orthodox Church until it was renovated in 2009. The last major refurbishment took place between 2009 and 2011.
The house of the Kramerzunft in Memmingen in Upper Swabia is a listed building from the 15th century. There 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.
3. St. Martin
The listed parish church of Sankt 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 the tallest building in the city.
4. Landestheater Schwaben
The Stadttheater Memmingen, also called Theaterstadel, is a municipal theater building in the Upper Swabian city of Memmingen. The building, which formerly belonged to the Augustinian convent, has been used as a theatre since 1802. Today it is the headquarters of the Landestheater Schwaben.
5. Bismarckturm Memmingen
The listed Bismarck Tower on the Memminger 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.
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