8 Sights in Meschede, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Meschede, 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 8 sights are available in Meschede, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Meschede

1. St. Antonius Einsiedler

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The Catholic parish church of St. Antonius Einsiedler is a listed church building in Grevenstein, a district of Meschede in the Hochsauerland district in North Rhine-Westphalia. Count Wilhelm von Arnsberg had the chapel built in 1327 as an extension to his Grevenstein castle. The old part of the choir, which was extended by a yoke in 1937, probably originates from this.

Wikipedia: St. Antonius Einsiedler (Grevenstein) (DE)

2. Wasserschloss Laer

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Wasserschloss Laer Michael Kramer / CC BY-SA 3.0

Schloss Laer is a moated castle in the Laer district of Meschede, Germany. The property was first mentioned in the 13th century. On this site there was a medieval lowland castle, which was converted into a castle after the transfer into the possession of the von Westphalen family in the 17th century.

Wikipedia: Schloss Laer (DE)

3. St. Walburga

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Meschede Abbey in Meschede in the Sauerland region was founded in Carolingian times as a women's monastery. In the 14th century it was converted into a convent of male canons. It existed in this form until secularisation in 1803/05. Since then, the collegiate church has been used as a parish church.

Wikipedia: Stift Meschede (DE)

4. Sankt Johannes Evangelist

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The St. Johannes Evangelist Church in Eversberg in the Hochsauerland district is a Catholic parish church whose origins date back to at least the 13th century. Despite various fires, lightning strikes and damage caused by war, the church essentially continues to exist in its original form.

Wikipedia: St.-Johannes-Evangelist-Kirche (Eversberg) (DE)

5. Nothelferkapelle

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The Catholic Nothelferkapelle or Vierzehn Nothelferkapelle is a listed church building in Grevenstein, a district of Meschede in the Hochsauerland district in North Rhine-Westphalia. It stands on the Klusenwiese in the landscape conservation area Enscheider Bachtal / Wingeschlade.

Wikipedia: Nothelferkapelle (Grevenstein) (DE)

6. Klausenkapelle

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The Michaelskapelle in Meschede, which is known in the region under the name Klausenkapelle, is located on the Klausenberg steeply sloping north to the Ruhr in the Hochsauerland district. The chapel dates back to the 12th century and is one of the city's well-known sights.

Wikipedia: Klausenkapelle (Meschede) (DE)

7. Burg Eversberg

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The site of Eversburg Castle is located in Arnsberg Forest Nature Park at an altitude of 453 meters. NHN hohen Schlossberg, located above the Ruhr Valley on the southern edge of Eversberg, the Meschede district of Hochsauerlandkreis in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Wikipedia: Burg Eversberg (DE)

8. Küppelturm

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Küppelturm J. Braukmann Milseburg / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Küppel in the Arnsberg Forest is a 422.6 m above sea level mountain near Freienohl in the Hochsauerland district of North Rhine-Westphalia. On the wooded mountain are the ramparts Schiedlike Borg, the Küppelkapelle, the Küppelturm and a transmitter.

Wikipedia: Küppel (DE)


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