Here you can find interesting sights in Offenbach am Main, 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 18 sights are available in Offenbach am Main, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Isenburger Schloss
Isenberg Castle is a Renaissance castle in Offenbach, Germany. It was bequeathed to it by the medieval Earl of Esenberg family in the 16th century. Among art historians, Isenberg Castle is regarded as an outstanding building of the Renaissance. This can be seen from the facades of different designs on the north and south sides of the castle. The south side facing the city is a relaxed Renaissance facade with an arcade between two staircase towers, while the north side facing the main is a defensive facade made up of old building parts. This castle was once planned as a four-winged castle. However, this construction project was never implemented.
The Schäfersteinpfad is a historic border path from the 15th century in the city of Frankfurt am Main. Since 1484, the path has marked the parcel border of two as cattle pasture in forested areas (Hutenwald) in the Frankfurt city forest - that of the city of Frankfurt and that of the coming up in Sachsenhausen. The Schäfersteinpad has been used as a circular hiking trail since the 20th century. It leads along the boundary stones from the late 15th century.
3. Station 2 Wäldchestag
In Frankfurt am Main, Wäldchestag is the name of the Tuesday after Pentecost, and a traditional folk festival is held in Oberforsthaus in Frankfurt's urban forest. The festival venue is located in Niederrad District, near Waldstadion Stadium. Until the 1990s, most shops in Frankfurt closed on this afternoon, and workers began to rest at 12 o'clock. That's why Wäldchestag is nicknamed Frankfurt's National Day.
4. Franz.- Reformierte Kirche
The French-reformed church in Offenbach am Main is a reformed church centrally located in the city center, which was built in the years 1717/1718. It is used by the French-reformed municipality of Offenbach. This belongs to the Evangelical City Dean of Frankfurt and Offenbach and thus the Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau. She is also a member of the Reformed Bund and in the German Huguenot Society.
5. Zoo Frankfurt
The Frankfurt Zoological Garden is the zoo of Frankfurt, Germany. It features over 4,500 animals of more than 510 species on more than 11 hectares. The zoo was founded in 1858 and is the second oldest zoo in Germany, after Berlin Zoological Garden. It lies in the eastern part of the Innenstadt. Bernhard Grzimek was director of the zoo after World War II from 1945 until 1974.
The Evangelical City Church in Offenbach am Main is a baroque church centrally located in the city. It was completed in 1749, making it the oldest surviving Lutheran church in Offenbach. It is used by the Evangelical Parish of Offenbach am Main. This belongs to the Evangelical City Deanery of Frankfurt am Main and Offenbach in the Evangelical Church in Hesse and Nassau.
The Catholic Marienkirche in Offenbach am Main is a neo-baroque church centrally located in the city, which was built between 1911 and 1913. It is home to the Catholic parish of St. Marien Offenbach. This belongs to the Catholic Deanery of Offenbach am Main and thus to the Diocese of Mainz. The Italian-speaking Catholic community of Offenbach also uses the church.
8. Waldspielpark Carl-von-Weinberg
Waldspielpark Carl-von-Weinberg, commonly referred to as Carl-von-Weinberg-Park, is one of the medium-sized parks in the city of Frankfurt am Main, located in Niederad District of Frankfurt am South Main on the northern edge of Frankfurt am Main Urban Forest. The park is named after Frankfurt am Main-born entrepreneur and founder Carl von Weinberg.
This list of public works of art and monuments in Offenbach is intended to provide an overview of public works of art and monuments from the city of Offenbach am Main. This list does not claim to be complete, but is continuously supplemented. The monuments are arranged chronologically according to their installation date, as far as this is known.
The Christuskirche in Offenbach am Main is an Old Catholic religious building in the city center of Offenbach. The church stands between Otto-Steinwachs-Weg and Bismarckstraße. The building, designed by the architect Max Schröder, is a cultural monument according to the Hessian Monument Protection Act.
11. Deutsches Ledermuseum
12. Sankt Wendel
St. Wendel is the name of a Catholic parish and church in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen, Hesse, Germany, dedicated to Wendelin of Trier. The official name of the church is Kath. St. Wendelskirche. It was built from 1955 to 1957, designed by architect Johannes Krahn.
13. Offenbacher Anekdote, 1998
Krieh die Kränk, Offbach is a group of bronze sculptures created by Bonifatius Stirnberg in 1998. The artwork stands in front of the Zum Löwen pharmacy at Frankfurter Stra è e in Stadthof Offenbach. The donor to the sculpture group is Apotheke zum Löwen.
14. Büsing Palais
The Büsingpalais is a neo -baroque city palace in Offenbach am Main. Today's town park, the Büsingpark and the Lili Park with the Lili Temple borders the property. Today the Büsingpalais is one of the most representative buildings in Offenbach am Main.
15. Nuur Moschee
The Noor Mosque in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen is the third purpose-built mosque in Germany. The mosque in Babenhäuser Landstraße is run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMJ) and was inaugurated on September, 12th 1959 by Sir Muhammad Zafrulla Khan.
Allerheiligenkirche is a Catholic church in the Ostend district of Frankfurt, Germany. Allerheiligengemeinde has been St. The cathedral site of Bartholomäus Cathedral, especially known as the Art and Culture Church in central Frankfurt.
Offenbach am Main is a city in Hesse, Germany, on the left bank of the river Main. It borders Frankfurt and is part of the Frankfurt urban area and the larger Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area. It has a population of 138,335.
The southern cemetery is a cemetery in Frankfurt am Main in the Sachsenhausen district. The cemetery was opened in 1868 as a replacement for the closed old Sachsenhausen cemetery in Brückenstraße/Schifferstrasse.
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