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

Explore interesting sights in Neuenkirchen, 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 7 sights are available in Neuenkirchen, Germany.

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1. Sankt Anna

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Sankt Anna Johannes Kerstiens (unland) / CC BY 3.0

St. Anne's Church is the Catholic parish church of Neuenkirchen in Westphalia, Germany. As a landmark visible from afar, it towers over all the buildings in the municipality. The church was built under Pastor Bernhard Bette between 1896 and 1899 according to plans by the architect Wilhelm Rincklake from Münster and consecrated on 27 September 1899 by Bishop of Münster Hermann Dingelstad.

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2. Großsteingrab Wiemelsberger Steine

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The passage grave Wiemelsberger Steine is a Neolithic passage grave with the Sprockhoff no. 897. It was built between 3500 and 2800 BC and is a megalithic site of the Funnel Beaker Culture (TBK). Neolithic monuments are an expression of the culture and ideology of Neolithic societies. Their origin and function are considered hallmarks of social development.

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3. Matthiesings Opferstein

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Ueffeln-Balkum is a rural settlement in the north of the district of Osnabrück in Lower Saxony, Germany, located 11 km northwest of Bramsche and bordering on Neuenkirchen and Merzen. Ueffeln-Balkum has belonged to the town of Bramsche since the municipal reform in Lower Saxony and has about 1,200 inhabitants. The mayor is Wilhelm Clausing.

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4. Kirche Neuenkirchen

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The Evangelical Church of Neuenkirchen is a 13th-century fieldstone church in Neuenkirchen in the district of Vorpommern-Greifswald. It belongs to the parish of Spantekow in the provost of Pasewalk in the Pomeranian Evangelical Church District of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany.

Wikipedia: Kirche Neuenkirchen (bei Anklam) (DE)

5. Kirche Neuenkirchen

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The church of Neuenkirchen is a hall church from the 13th/14th century in the municipality of Neuenkirchen near Greifswald. It belongs to the parish of Gristow-Neuenkirchen in the Provost of Demmin in the Pomeranian Evangelical Church District of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany.

Wikipedia: Kirche Neuenkirchen (bei Greifswald) (DE), Website

6. Großsteingrab Lintern

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The Great Stone Tomb of Lynthorn, also known as the Great Stone on Gold or Battle Garden, was built between 3,500 and 2,800 BC. The development of Neolithic Funnel Cup Culture (TBK) is located near Linton District, Neuenkirchen City, Osnabruck District, Lower Saxony. Its Sprockhoff number is 898.

Wikipedia: Großsteingrab Lintern (DE)

7. Wasserburg Müggenburg

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Wasserburg Müggenburg

The moated castle Müggenburg, also called Schloss Müggenburg, is a manor house and is located about 10 km south of the district town of Anklam (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) in the district of the same name in the municipality of Neuenkirchen.

Wikipedia: Wasserburg Müggenburg (DE), Website


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