10 Sights in Passau, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Passau, 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 10 sights are available in Passau, Germany.

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1. RömerMuseum Kastell Boiotro - Passau

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The Roman Museum Kastell Boiotro is a museum located in the Innstadt district of Pasho, Germany. It opened in 1982. The museum sits on the foundations of the late Roman castle Boiotro, and the remains of the military fortifications can be seen in the open-air area of the museum. At the end of the 5th century AD, St. Severin, a missionary from Norricum, ordered the construction of a church. It is presumed that a monastery was built on the site of a 14th-century Roman castle, but according to his records, the name Boyotero remains to this day.

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2. Veste Niederhaus

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Veste Niederhaus Liberaler Humanist / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Lower House is a castle that stands in Passau on the top of the rocky headland at the confluence of Ilz and Danube below the Veste Oberhaus. The headland, as well as the right -wing Ilzufer, belongs to the Bschütt district of the Altstadt district. The facility is led as a ground monument under the file number D-2-7446-0132 in the Bavaria atlas as a "underground medieval and early modern findings and finds in the area of the Veste Niederhaus". Likewise, it is recorded as a monument of Passau under the file number D-2-62-000-90.

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3. Schloss Freudenhain

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Schloss Freudenhain Konrad Lackerbeck / CC BY-SA 2.5

Freudenhain Castle is located in the city area of Passau in a park of the same name on the north bank of the Danube. From 1785 to 1792, the complex was built by the Passau prince -bishop Cardinal Joseph Franz Anton Graf von Auersperg. Johann Georg von Hagenauer was the architect and master builder. The castle has been used as a school for over a hundred years. The system is recorded as a monument of Passau under the file number D-2-62-000-663.

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4. Oberhausmuseum

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Oberhausmuseum Wolfgang Sauber / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Oberhaus Museum is located at Veste Oberhaus in Paso, one of the largest castle complexes in Europe. The exhibition area of the museum is 4000 square meters, which is distributed in different parts of the building. It presents the history of cities and regions. A total of eight exhibition complexes and Batterie Linde sights can be visited by circular route.

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5. Museum Moderner Kunst

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The Museum of Modern Art Wörlen is an art museum located in the historical center of Pasho, which was donated by architect and art patron Hans Egon Wörlen in 1990. It considers itself a forum for modern and contemporary art, located at the gateway to its eastern neighbors, and has set itself the goal of East-West reconciliation.

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6. Veste Oberhaus

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Veste Oberhaus is a fortress that was founded in 1219 and, for most of its time, served as the stronghold of the Bishop of Passau, Germany. It is currently the site of a museum, a youth hostel, and a restaurant, as well as an open-air theatre dating to 1934.

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7. Neue Residenz

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Neue Residenz Die Autorenschaft wurde nicht in einer maschinell lesbaren Form angegeben. Es wird Konrad Lackerbeck als Autor angenommen (basierend auf den Rechteinhaber-Angaben). / CC BY-SA 2.5

The new Bishop's residence, built between 1712 and 1730, is in the late Viennese Baroque style. The builders may be Italian Domenico de Angeli and Viennese Antonio Bedouzi. The complex is listed as a monument to Pasho, numbered D-2-62-000-486.

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8. Sankt Severin

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The church of St. Severin in the Passau district of Innstadt is surrounded by the cemetery of the Innstadt near the Inn. Today it is a branch church of the Roman Catholic parish of Passau-Innstadt with the parish church of St. Gertraud.

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9. Passauer Glasmuseum

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Pasho Glass Museum is the largest Czech glass museum in the world. It is located in Rathausplatz of "Wildman", a historic aristocratic residence in the old city of Pasho, covering an area of 2,200 square meters.

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10. Dackelmuseum

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The Kleine Residenz Sausage Museum is a private museum in Residenzplatz, Pasho, Germany. It was founded by Josef Küblbeck and Oliver Storz, who live and work in registered partnerships. It opened in April 2018.

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