Here you can find interesting sights in Neubrandenburg, 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 9 sights are available in Neubrandenburg, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Stargarder Tor
The Stargarder Tor in Neubrandenburg was built in the first half of the 14th century in the style of North German brick Gothic. The goal system consists of the 18 -meter -high field -side pre -gate, the 24 -meter -high city gate, the 40 meter long kennel walls and a half -timbered house integrated into the eastern kennel wall, which originally served as a customs house. Due to the bogy substructure of the area, there was no cantel here, as it was present at other Neubrandenburg city gates. The fastening system originally also included two upstream mills, of which only the Lohmühle is preserved. At the level of the main gate, the goal system is connected to the city wall, whereby there are broken walls on both sides that were carried out in 1909 to facilitate pedestrian traffic.
The fishing tower, also Mönchenturm, in Neubrandenburg is a defensive tower of the medieval city wall of Neubrandenburg. It is located in Darrenstrasse in the northern part of the city center. The fishing tower was used as a city prison until the 19th century, as the name says. There was a Franciscan monastery nearby, after which the tower was also called a monk tower.
The Karl Marx Monument in New Brandenburg is a sculpture commemorating the German philosopher, economist and social theorist Karl Marx (1818-1883). This bronze statue is the work of sculptor Gerhard Thieme (1928-2018). It was built in 1969 and demolished in 2001. 2018, 200 years. On the centenary of Marx's birth, after years of debate, it was made public again.
The Brigitte-Reimann-Literaturhaus in Neubrandenburg, Gartenstraße 6, is a literature centre in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, which was closed at the end of August 2009 by the sponsoring association, the Literaturzentrum Neubrandenburg e. V. , due to withheld funding of € 10,000 from the Schwerin Ministry of Culture.
5. St. Georg
The St. Georg chapel in Neubrandenburg is an early Gothic brick chapel from the first half of the 15th century. It is located outside the old town of Neubrandenburg in front of the Treptower Tor and belongs to the St. Johannis church. It is the only preserved of three medieval chapels at the gates of Neubrandenburg.
6. Treptower Tor
The Treptower Tor in Neubrandenburg was built in the mid-14th century. Built in the early 19th century, it is built in the Gothic brick style of North Germany and is located in the city wall of New Brandenburg. Treptower is 31.8 meters high and is the tallest of the four gates of Neubrandenburg.
7. St. Johannis
The Church of St. Johannis has been the main church of the municipality of the Evangelical Lutheran Landeskirche in Mecklenburg in Neubrandenburg since 1945. It was created in the 14th century as the monastery church of the Neubrandenburg Franciscan monastery.
Kulturpark Neubrandenburg is a park in New Brandenburg, Germany. The leisure area is located in the southwest of the city center. Kulturpark extends from the north shore of Tollensesee to Friedrich-Engels-Ring, between Oberbach and Gätenbach.
9. Friedländer Tor
The Friedländer Tor in Neubrandenburg was built in the first half of the 14th century in the style of North German brick Gothic. It is the northeastern and most complete preserved of the four Neubrandenburg city gates.
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