7 Sights in Norden, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Norden, 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 Norden, Germany.List of cities in GermanySightseeing Tours in Norden
1. Schöninghsches Haus
The Schöninghian house is a listed building from the 16th century in the East Frisian city north. It has the address Osterstraße 5. After the destruction, further parts of the downtown Emden in World War II, it is considered the most important representative among the Renaissance patrician houses based on Dutch models in East Frisia. It is named after its former owner, Wilhelm Peter Schöningh.
The Löwenhaus is a listed building in the East Frisian city of Norden, in Lower Saxony. In the register of cultural monuments of the city of Norden it is listed as a single monument. It has the address Alleestraße 20. Until 1919, the farm was a single farmstead within the former municipality of Sandbauerschaft and the seat of its municipal administration.
The Mennonite Church in the East Frisian town of Norden is a listed building and is located on the south side of the extensive Norder Marktplatz – right next to the Norder Town Hall and opposite the Evangelical Lutheran Ludgeri Church. The Mennonite Church is considered "a single monument that characterizes the townscape".
The Sehundstation National Park House is the only supervision station for sea mammals in Lower Saxony in the Norddeich district of Norde. Between 80 and 180 orphaned seals, but also cone seals are raised here every year and, for example, on the Othelloplate on the eastern bank of Norderney, brought back to the North Sea.
5. Haus Vienna
Haus Vienna is a listed building in the East Frisian city of Norden. It has the address Am Markt 55. The building from around 1600 is considered one of the oldest preserved houses in the city. Since 2008 it has belonged to the Bürgerstiftung Norden, which has since referred to the building as a community centre.
6. Gedenkstätte Platz der Synagoge
The Jewish community in Norden existed for a period of about 450 years from its beginnings in the 16th century until its end in October 1940. The community in Norden also included the Jews on Norderney, who ran their own synagogue from 1878, but continued to bury their dead in the Jewish cemetery in Norden.
The Evangelical Lutheran Ludgeri Church stands in the centre of the market square of the East Frisian town of Norden. The Romanesque-Gothic building was built in several phases from the 13th century to the middle of the 15th century.
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