18 Sights in Neuss, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Neuss, 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 18 sights are available in Neuss, Germany.

Sightseeing Tours in Neuss

1. Épanchoir

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The epanchoir is a hydraulic engineering in the Epiphany in Neuss, which is linked to the Upper and North Canal and should be used to regulate the water level in the channel that should connect the Rhine with Antwerp. Napoleon Bonaparte had it built in 1809. The chief engineer Aimable Hageau was responsible. The lock had four openings that were made of iron protectable charges. This made it possible to control the water drain. However, the building was not used as planned because the Netherlands became French in 1810 and thus also the Dutch seaports. The channel project was then not pursued. Large parts of the system were later built over. For the 2009 anniversary of the building in 2009, the city decided to renovate the building. The elaborate renovation work was completed in 2016.

Wikipedia: Epanchoir (DE), Heritage Website

2. Gut Selikum

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Gut Selikum

The list of listed buildings in Neuss (1/400–1/499) contains the listed buildings in the area of the city of Neuss in the Rhein-Kreis Neuss in North Rhine-Westphalia. These monuments are registered in the list of monuments of the city of Neuss; The basis for inclusion is the Monument Protection Act of North Rhine-Westphalia. Some of the texts of the monument descriptions are available in abridged form (partial description). The list is sorted by sequential numbers. In the column "Monument number", the sequential number is indicated in brackets.

Wikipedia: Liste der Baudenkmäler in Neuss (1/400–1/499) (DE), Website

3. Wohnhaus

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Wohnhaus

The list of listed buildings in Neuss (1/200–1/299) contains the listed buildings in the area of the city of Neuss in the Rhein-Kreis Neuss in North Rhine-Westphalia. These monuments are registered in the list of monuments of the city of Neuss; The basis for inclusion is the Monument Protection Act of North Rhine-Westphalia. Some of the texts of the monument descriptions are available in abridged form (partial description). The list is sorted by sequential numbers. In the column "Monument number", the sequential number is indicated in brackets.

Wikipedia: Liste der Baudenkmäler in Neuss (1/200–1/299) (DE), Heritage Website

4. Quirinus-Münster

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The Quirinus-Münster also called Münster-Basilika of St. Quirinus of Neuss is a Catholic basilica that was erected in the city of Neuss in the western part of the present state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany between 1209 and 1230. The basilica is one of the best examples of Romanesque churches in Germany. It has a strong Lombard influence but in principle shows the first signs of Gothic. In its bell tower the first semicircular arches appear. This form of arch becomes centuries later in one of the marks that marked the Gothic style.

Wikipedia: Quirinus-Münster, Neuss (EN), Website

5. Gebäude D

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Gebäude D

The list of monuments in Neuss (1/500–1/580) contains the listed buildings in the area of the city of Neuss in the Rhein-Kreis Neuss in North Rhine-Westphalia. These monuments are entered in the monument list of the city of Neuss; The basis for the admission is the North Rhine-Westphalia Monument Protection Act. Some texts of the monument descriptions are available in abbreviated form (sub -description). The list is sorted according to current numbers. The current number is given in the "Monument number" column.

Wikipedia: Liste der Baudenkmäler in Neuss (1/500–1/580) (DE)

6. Corneliuskapelle

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Corneliuskapelle

The list of monuments in Neuss (1/100–1/199) contains the listed buildings in the area of the city of Neuss in the Rhine-Kreis Neuss in North Rhine-Westphalia. These monuments are listed in the monument list of the city of Neuss; the foundation for the admission is the Nordrhein-Westfalen monument law . Some texts in the descriptions of the monument are available in a shortened form (partial description). The list is sorted by order numbers. The number of the monument number is indicated in brackets in the column.

Wikipedia: Liste der Baudenkmäler in Neuss (1/100–1/199) (DE)

7. Christuskirche

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Christuskirche

The list of monuments in Neuss (1/001–1/099) contains the listed buildings in the area of the city of Neuss in the Rhine-Kreis Neuss in North Rhine-Westphalia. These monuments are listed in the monument list of the city of Neuss; the foundation for the admission is the Nordrhein-Westfalen monument law . Some texts in the descriptions of the monument are available in a shortened form (partial description). The list is sorted by order numbers. The number of the monument number is indicated in brackets in the column.

Wikipedia: Liste der Baudenkmäler in Neuss (1/001–1/099) (DE), Website

8. Museum Insel Hombroich

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The Museum Insel Hombroich, Neuss, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, is both a park and a museum combining architecture, art and nature on over 62 acres (25 ha) of meadowland. The park includes the "Kirkeby-Feld" and the "Raketenstation", a disused NATO missile base. The museum located on the Museum Island is called "Museum Insel Hombroich". It presents both antique art from Asia and modern art. The Museum and the grounds around it are part of the "Stiftung Insel Hombroich", which was founded in 1996.

Wikipedia: Museum Insel Hombroich (EN), Website

9. Clemens Sels Museum Neuss

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Clemens Sels Museum Neuss Rolf Cosar / CC BY 3.0

The Clemens Sels Museum Neuss is an art museum in Neuss, Germany. It is a modern multi-discipline house where art from the Middle Ages to the Baroque and Dutch paintings can be seen. The collection includes paintings by the Nazarenes, the Pre-Raphaelites and the Symbolists of France, Belgium and Holland. The art collection also includes an extensive collection of works by the Rhenish Expressionists and the Modern Primitives, as well as conceptual color painting.

Wikipedia: Clemens Sels Museum Neuss (DE), Facebook, Instagram, Website, Youtube

10. Rheinisches Schützenmuseum Neuss

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The Rhenish Shooting Museum Neuss with the Joseph Lange Shooting Archive was founded in 2004. The sponsor is the foundation "Rheinische Schützenmuseum Neuss mit Joseph-Lange-Schützenarchiv", which is supported by the city of Neuss, the Rhein-Kreis Neuss and the Neusser Bürger-Schützen-Verein. The chairman of the foundation is the president of the Neuss Citizens' Shooting Association, Martin Flecken.

Wikipedia: Rheinisches Schützenmuseum Neuss (DE), Website

11. Kinderbauernhof

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Kinderbauernhof Klaus Graf / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Children's Farm of the City of Neuss is a project created in 1978 in Selikumer Park in the Reuschenberger Busch recreation area in Neuss-Selikum. The sponsor is the city of Neuss. In addition, since 2003 there has been the Friends and Sponsors of the Neuss-Selikum Children's Farm, registered in the register of associations of the Neuss District Court.

Wikipedia: Kinderbauernhof Neuss (DE), Heritage Website

12. Selikumer Park

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Selikumer Park Rolfcosar / CC BY-SA 3.0

Selikumer Park is a park in the Selikum district of Neuss, Germany, west of Reuschenberg Castle. In addition to the Erft, the sights include a tree collection, the Neuss children's farm, which was established in 1978, and the Selikum game reserve with a herd of fallow deer.

Wikipedia: Selikumer Park (DE)

13. Obertor

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Obertor Klaus Graf / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Obertor is the last preserved medieval city gate in Neuss, which came from the 13th century, which in the south of the Neuss city fortification controlled the important trade road to the bishop's city of Cologne. It is in the immediate vicinity of Oberstraße.

Wikipedia: Obertor (Neuss) (DE)

14. Glockenspiel der Heimatvertriebenen

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Glockenspiel der Heimatvertriebenen

A bell is a mechanical construction attached to or in historical buildings, which generates melodies by bells at fixed times or at request and often has a mechanically moving figurative representation. The bells made of metal, porcelain, ceramic or glass can be.

Wikipedia: Glockenspiel (Spieluhr) (DE)

15. Stadtarchiv Neuss

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Stadtarchiv Neuss

The Neuss City Archive is a municipal archive. It preserves documents on the history of the city of Neuss from the Middle Ages to the present day on about 4000 metres of shelves. Since 1967, it has been housed in two listed buildings at Oberstraße 15.

Wikipedia: Stadtarchiv Neuss (DE), Facebook, Website

16. Haus Rottels

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Haus Rottel is a former monastery building in Neuss on Oberstraße, which was rebuilt around 1820 by the wealthy manufacturer and soap boiler Franz Rottels and served as a residential place for the Rottel family with soap production behind it.

Wikipedia: Haus Rottels (DE)

17. Neuer Stadtgarten

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The Neue Stadtgarten is a park in Neuss. It is located north of the north canal allee, west of the Neuss Stadthalle and south of the Blood Tower, the Windmill Tower and the Upper Gate. It is crossed by Nordkanal, Erftmühlengraben and Obereft.

Wikipedia: Neuer Stadtgarten (Neuss) (DE)

18. St. Marien

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St. Marien is the largest Roman Catholic parish in Neuss, Germany. The church is located south of Neuss Central Station on Marienkirchplatz. The parish includes the two subsidiary churches of St. Camillus and St. Barbara.

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

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