Explore interesting sights in Pirna, 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 Pirna, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Pirna
1. Stadtbrücke Pirna
Pirna is a 1875-778-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-879-87 The stone arch bridge, as a combined road and railway bridge, transfers the state road 164 and the railway line Kamenz–Pirna, connecting the centre-near Pirna Westvorstadt with the northern part of Copitz at the Elbekilometer 34.34.34. To distinguish the Saxony Bridge, which was completed in 1999, the bridge was named “Stadtbrücke” through the city of Pirna.
Johann Tetzel was a German Dominican friar and preacher. He was appointed Inquisitor for Poland and Saxony, later becoming the Grand Commissioner for indulgences in Germany. Tetzel was known for granting indulgences on behalf of the Catholic Church in exchange for money. Indulgences grant a remission of temporal punishment due to sin, the guilt of which has been forgiven. This largely contributed to Martin Luther writing his Ninety-five Theses. The main usage of the indulgences sold by Tetzel was to help fund and build the new St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
3. Schloss Rottwerndorf
Rottwerndorf is a village in the municipality of Pirna, in Saxony, Germany. It was incorporated into Pirna in 1923. The place was mentioned for the first time in 1337. It is situated on the river Gottleuba, 5 km (3.1 mi) south of Pirna town centre. The village was characterized by quarryman and agriculture.
4. Schloss Sonnenstein
The Sonnenstein Castle is a castle in Pirna, near Dresden, Germany. It housed a mental hospital, which operated from 1811 to the end of World War II in 1945. During the War, it functioned as an extermination centre for the Nazi Aktion T4 program. It was shut down following the war, and reopened in 1970.
5. Gedenkstätte Sonnenstein
The Pirna-Sonnenstein killing institution was a killing institution of the National Socialists. It was located in the former Fortress Schloss Sonnenstein on the Sonnenstein near Pirna, in which a hospital was set up in 1811. The Pirna Sonnenstein memorial is reminiscent of the events there.
6. Klosterkirche St. Heinrich
The Abbey Church of Pirna is the Gothic monastery church of the former Dominican monastery on the northwestern edge of the old town of Pirna in Saxony. It is used by the Catholic parish of St. Kunigunde Pirna, which belongs to the diocese of Dresden-Meissen.
7. Stadtkirche St. Marien
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