5 Sights in Neuruppin, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Neuruppin, 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 5 sights are available in Neuruppin, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Neuruppin

1. Herrenhaus Gut Gentzrode

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The Gutsanlage Gentzrode is a listed property on the northern urban area of Neuruppin in the district of Ostprignitz-Ruppin in the north of the state of Brandenburg. The estate and park is a unique testimony to the architecture and garden art of the 19th century. The Landesdenkmalamt Brandenburg describes this extraordinary complex as an architectural monument of state-wide importance and classifies it as a monument of national importance.

Wikipedia: Gentzrode (DE)

2. Theodor Fontane

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The sculptor Max Wiese designed the Theodor Fontane monument in Neuruppin. Theodor Fontane's son Friedrich served as a model. It shows the poet sitting on a granite bank. The right leg is beaten over the left, the right hand holds a pen on the lap resting, while the left hand casually holds a notebook. The hat is on the bench, scarf and walking stick are on the backrest.

Wikipedia: Theodor-Fontane-Denkmal (Neuruppin) (DE)

3. Kulturkirche

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Sankt Marien Pfarrkirche Sankt Marien is a church in Neuruppin, Ostprignitz-Ruppin district, Brandenburg, Germany. It has been used since 2001 under the name Kulturkirche or Veranstaltungszentrum Sankt Marien for concerts, conferences, banquets and the like.

Wikipedia: St. Marien (Neuruppin) (DE), Website

4. Klosterkirche St. Trinitatis

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The monastery church Sankt Trinitatis is the largest church in the city of Neuruppin. It was built together with the associated monastery in 1246 and forms the landmark of the city with its striking towers.

Wikipedia: Klosterkirche St. Trinitatis (Neuruppin) (DE), Heritage Website

5. Waldmuseum Stendenitz

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Waldmuseum Stendenitz Andreas Neumann / CC BY 3.0

The Stendenitz forest museum is located in Stendenitz in northern Brandenburg in the middle of Ruppiner Switzerland near Neuruppin on Lake Zerm├╝tzel. It is one of the oldest forest museums in Germany.

Wikipedia: Waldmuseum Stendenitz (DE)


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