8 Sights in Pforzheim, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Pforzheim, 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 8 sights are available in Pforzheim, Germany.

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1. Barfüßerkirche

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The Barfüßerkirche in Pforzheim in Baden-Württemberg goes back to the medieval Franciscan monastery in the city, which was lifted at the Reformation. In the destruction of the monastery buildings in the city fire in 1689, only the imposing choir of the church was preserved, which from the 18th century again served various faiths as a church and is now a listed monument protection as a cultural monument.

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2. Schloß- und Stiftskirche St. Michael

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The former castle and collegiate church of St. Michael in Pforzheim, Baden-Württemberg is one of the last medieval certificates of Pforzheim with the neighboring archive tower, the medieval cityscape of which was almost completely destroyed in the Thirty Years' War, in the War of Succession in the Palatinate and finally in the Second World War. In 2021 the church was recognized as a cultural monument.

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3. Fatih-Moschee

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Fatih Mosque in Pforzheim, built from 1990 to 1992, is the first mosque in Baden-Württemberg. The Mosque Association is the "Türkisch-Islamische Union der Anstalt für Religion Pforzheim E. V." in the DITIB umbrella organization. . The prayer hall can accommodate 750 people, of which the women's gallery can accommodate 150 people.

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4. Antoniuskirche

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St. Antonius in Brötzingen, a district of Pforzheim in Baden-Württemberg, is a Catholic parish church. There were plans for the construction of a Catholic church in Brötzingen as early as the 19th century, but the church could not be built until 1934/35. Their interior was fundamentally redesigned, especially in the 1970s.

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5. Pforzheimer Wasserturm

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Wartberg Water Tower is a 39-meter-high water tower with no antenna and a water tank with a capacity of 350 cubic meters, located in the north of Pforzheim. Wasserturm Wartberg was established in 1954 and is also used to disseminate several radio programmes on VHF and as a Cell phone tower.

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6. Herz-Jesu-Kirche

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The Herz-Jesu Church in Pforzheim in Baden-Württemberg is a Roman Catholic church, which was originally built in 1928/29 and was rebuilt after war-related destruction of 1948–1951. The church belongs to the Catholic parish of Pforzheim in the Pforzheim dean of the Archdiocese of Freiburg.

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7. Stadtkirche

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The Evangelical City Church in Pforzheim in Baden-Württemberg is the Protestant main church of the city. The church inaugurated in 1968 is already the fourth town church after three predecessors have been destroyed by war and fires since the Reformation.

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8. Liebfrauenkirche

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The Liebfrauenkirche in Dillweißenstein, a district of Pforzheim in Baden-Württemberg, was built from 1908 to 1910 according to plans by Johannes Schroth. It is under monument protection as a cultural monument.

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