5 Sights in Rösrath, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Rösrath, 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 5 sights are available in Rösrath, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Rösrath

1. St. Nikolaus von Tolentino

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St. Nicholas of Tolentino is a listed Catholic parish church in the center of Rösrath (North Rhine-Westphalia), which originally belonged to the building complex of the Augustinian hermit monastery Rösrath. The church is built in the Baroque style, but the design is rather atypical, since the Augustinian hermits took up stylistic trends of the time only to a limited extent in the construction of the monastery church.

Wikipedia: St. Nikolaus von Tolentino (Rösrath) (DE), Website

2. Haus Stade

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Rösrath is a town in the Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis (district) in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The earliest known documents mentioning the settlement Rösrath can be found in documents dated to 1356. There have been findings of Paleolithic and Mesolithic tools in the town area Forsbach. The community was elevated to the town status in 2001.

Wikipedia: Rösrath (EN)

3. Scheltensülz

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The manor house Burg Obersülz, also called Burghaus Scheltensülz or simply Scheltensülz and Heidenhaus, is located near the river Sülz in Hoffnungsthal. First mentioned in documents in the 12th century, the building fabric found today dates back to the 15th century. The castle is now restored and inhabited.

Wikipedia: Burg Obersülz (DE)

4. Haus Venauen

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The House of Venauen is a former aristocratic residence in Rösrath, whose origins date back to 1555. The building is a listed building and has been structurally converted into condominiums after extensive restoration.

Wikipedia: Venauen (DE)

5. Durchströmturbine

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The Fontaine water turbine is an industrial monument in Rösrath. The turbine, built in 1892, represents the rare type of through-flow turbine. It is considered to be the last surviving turbine of this type.

Wikipedia: Fontaine’sche Wasserturbine Rösrath (DE)


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