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1. Schloss Wackerbarth
Schloss Wackerbarth, originally Wackerbarths Ruh', is a baroque castle surrounded by vineyards in the Radebeul district of Niederlößnitz on the road to Meissen, which serves as the seat of the Saxon State Winery. The estate belongs to the single location Radebeuler Johannisberg within the Großlage Lößnitz and is located in the monument conservation area Historic Vineyard Landscape Radebeul. The historic area of the castle forms an offshoot of the Lößnitz landscape conservation area above it. Schloss Wackerbarth as a Saxon cultural heritage is a member of the Marketingverbund Schlösserland Sachsen, the GmbH a subsidiary of the Sächsische Aufbaubank.
The Friedenskirche zu Radebeul, formerly Kirche zu Kötzschenbroda, is an Evangelical Lutheran church on the Anger of Altkötzschenbroda in Radebeul-West, Saxony. On 27 August 1645, under the host pastor Augustin Prescher, the armistice of Kötzschenbroda was concluded in the associated rectory between the Saxon Elector Johann Georg I and the Swedish general Lennart Torstensson, which ended the Thirty Years' War for Saxony. In 2012, the Saxon State Agency for Political Education awarded the church together with the Großenhain Karl Preusker Library as political places in Saxony.
The Lutherkirche, formerly Kirche zu Radebeul, is an Evangelical Lutheran church on Meißner Straße in Radebeul-Ost, Saxony, Germany. The address is Kirchplatz 1, it is located between Meißner Straße 99 and 101. As one of the rare buildings in Radebeul with brick exposed brickwork, the Luther Church is also called the Red Church. The burial ground laid out for the parish at the same time as the church building is the cemetery in Radebeul-Ost, also called Lutherfriedhof, about 700 meters away as the crow flies on the other side of the railway line.
The Jägerberg is a former vineyard property in the Oberlößnitz district of Radebeul, Saxony, at Augustusweg 110, the overlying vineyard areas belonging to Wahnsdorf, named after the vineyard name. In 1895, the Jägerberg became part of the Bilz Sanatorium, where Eduard Bilz also lived privately. The property is located in the monument conservation area Historic Vineyard Landscape Radebeul and in the landscape conservation area Lößnitz, it is a "unique country estate, [...] baugeschichtlich, künstlerische und landschaftsgestaltend bedeutend".
5. Haus Steinbach
Haus Steinbach, also known as Liège's House, is a winery property in the Radebeul district of Oberlößnitz, Bennostraße 41. The property, which has been listed since at least 1973, consists of an older winegrower's house along with two outbuildings and a slightly younger country-like villa in a park with mature trees, as well as a vineyard. The property is located on an old vineyard plot below the Lößnitz steep slopes, immediately west of Haus Sorgenfrei. In the Dehio manual of 1996, Haus Steinbach has its own paragraph.
Altfriedstein refers to a former vineyard property and the associated listed manor house in the Niederlößnitz district of the Saxon city of Radebeul, in Prof.-Wilhelm-Ring 1. The historic vineyards are located in the Radebeuler Johannisberg vineyard. Furthermore, a street above the manor house bears the name Altfriedstein. On the vineyards of the Altfriedstein winery, which had been abandoned due to the phylloxera disaster, the Dresden architects Schilling & Graebner developed the villa colony Altfriedstein from 1899.
The Fontainenplatz, the square-like extension with the roundel in the Dr.-Schmincke-Allee, is located in the Serkowitz district of the Saxon city of Radebeul. It was laid out from 1890 to 1892 by Moritz Ziller, the older brother of the two Ziller brothers, as a decorative place, provided with a fountain and decorated with four life-size figures of the company Ernst March, the Four Seasons. Since the 2000s, the name has been used again, but is not officially dedicated as a street address.
Blechburg is an abandoned watchtower and lookout fortress at the northern end of Jägerberg in Wahnsdorfer Flur, the town of Radebeul in Saxony. The ruins stand in the middle of forests accumulated in recent decades, and are located on the hillside at an altitude of about 235 meters. NHN is located above Jägerberg Villa in Augustusweg 110, in the Oberlönitz area. The villa at the foot of the mountain is 170 meters above sea level and the highway is 158 meters above sea level. NHN.
9. Landesbühnen Sachsen
The Landesbühnen Sachsen GmbH is Germany's second largest travel theatre with headquarters in Radebeul near Dresden. Since 1 October 2011, its artistic director has been Manuel Schöbel, opera director Sebastian Ritschel since 2017, and Peter Kube is the head director of drama. In 2015, 186,000 guests attended the 600 performances at the headquarters in Radebeul and at guest performances in Saxony. This meant an increase of 12,000 visitors compared to 2014.
The Friedensburg in the Saxon town of Radebeul is a former mountain inn used as a residential building on the edge of the slope above Niederlößnitz, in the Obere Burgstraße 6. The silhouette of the Niederlößnitz vineyards is significantly shaped by the Friedensburg, together with the water tower standing a little to the west. The Friedensburg is located in the historic vineyard landscape Radebeul conservation area.
The Spitzhaus staircase is located in the Saxon town of Radebeul. It connects the Hoflößnitz winery with the Spitzhaus and the Bismarck Tower. The climb, including the shell pavilion at the top, is a listed building. The staircase is located in the monument conservation area Historic Vineyard Landscape Radebeul and is part of the monument preservation as well as the listed vineyard landscape of the Hoflößnitz.
12. Historische Weinberglandschaft Radebeul
The Historic Vineyard Landscape Radebeul is a monument conservation area according to § 21 of the Saxon Monument Protection Act. It is part of the Saxon town of Radebeul and thus lies in the Elbe region of Lößnitz. The cultural landscape stretching along the steep slopes of Radebeul largely overlaps with the wine-growing location Radebeuler Lößnitz as well as with the landscape conservation area Lößnitz.
13. Stadtverwaltung Radebeul
The former post office Radebeul, also referred to as Alte Post, is located at Pestalozzistraße 4 in Radebeul's original district of Alt-Radebeul, directly east (left) next to the town hall. Today, the building houses parts of the Radebeul city administration together with the Law and Order Office, in particular the registry office, which, together with the main office, are subordinate to the Second Mayor.
14. Bismarckturm Radebeul
The Bismarck Tower in Radebeul, also known as the Bismarck Column, is one of about 145 Bismarck Towers still existing in Germany in honor of Prince Otto von Bismarck (1815–1898). The Radebeul Tower was designed by Wilhelm Kreis as an individual design, built by master builder Alfred Große from Kötzschenbroda and inaugurated on 2 September 1907. It has a height of 18 meters.
15. Grabmal für Karl und Klara May
The tomb for Karl and Klara May stands on the northern transverse wall of the Radebeul-Ost cemetery, one of Radebeul's two main cemeteries. The tomb, which is now protected as part of the Radebeul-Ost cemetery, was already under monument protection in GDR times as the Karl May crypt house, even before the entire cemetery was added to the former Radebeul monument list in 1979.
The Birkenhof, a villa estate on a former vineyard property in Oberlößnitz, is located at Spitzhausstraße 28 in the Saxon town of Radebeul, separated from the Spitzhaus only by a curve in the road. The building, which was built in 1910, and the property were extensively redesigned in the 1920s by the Chemnitz architect and building officer Friedrich Wagner-Poltrock.
17. Rathaus Radebeul
The town hall is located at Pestalozzistraße 6 in Radebeul, in the courtyard is the former police building. The town hall is the seat of the mayor of Radebeul, and on the second floor there is also the "remarkable[...] Fest- oder Ratssaal mit Wandgemälde" of the city. The building is "architecturally and locally historically as well as artistically significant".
Neufriedstein is a former, today listed vineyard property with manor house and a mountain house (Mätressenschlösschen) at the address Neufriedstein in the district Niederlößnitz of the Saxon city Radebeul, within today's vineyard Radebeuler Johannisberg in the middle of the monument conservation area Historische Weinberglandschaft Radebeul.
19. Kirche Christus König
The Church of Christ the King is located at Borstraße 11 in the Niederlößnitz district of the Saxon city of Radebeul. The Catholic Church is an extraordinary building over an equilateral, triangular floor plan and with glass walls. The church, designed by architects Günter Behnisch and Gerald Staib, was consecrated on 25 November 2001.
20. Haus in der Sonne
The Haus in der Sonne, formerly Friedrichsburg and Bergschlösschen, is a vineyard house built in 1770 in the Oberlößnitz district of the Saxon city of Radebeul. The estate, which has been a listed building since 1939, is located at Weinbergstraße 44, within the historic vineyard landscape Radebeul conservation area.
21. Charlotte Freund
The list of Stumbling Stones in Radebeul contains all Stumbling Stones that were laid in the Saxon city of Radebeul as part of the art project of the same name by Gunter Demnig. The only Stumbling Stones are currently located in front of the Wettin-Haus, Moritzburger Straße 1 in the Kötzschenbroda district.
22. Trafoturm Radebeul
The so-called Transformer Tower, located at the corner of Mason Nastrassen and Einstein Strassen in the city of Radboyle, Saxony, is a former transformer station. This protected building was built around 1910. The hotel and restaurant "Zu den Linden" is run by Radebeul confectioner and writer Erich Weber.
The Karl May Museum is a museum in Radebeul, Germany named after the German author Karl May, containing artifacts from May's life as well as from life on the American frontier and Native American life of that era. It is located in Villa Shatterhand, May's Italian Renaissance home.
The Mäuseturm, also Bilzturm, is a now collapsed observation tower on the edge of the slope above Schloss Lössnitz in Radebeul, Saxony, which forms the border with Oberlößnitz. The viewpoint – from the edge of the slope – was already completely overgrown in 2008.
25. Stadtgalerie Radebeul
Kulturschmiede is a converted three-sided courtyard located at Altkötzschenbroda 21 on the north side of Anger Altkötzschenbroda in the Kötzschenbroda district of the Saxon town of Radebeul. = = Citation = = = External Link
The Weiberstein is a memorial stone for two farmers in Radebeul. The listed monument is on Kötzschenbrodaer Straße between today's districts of Kötzschenbroda and Serkowitz, right outside the Serkowitzer village center.
27. TP Wahnsdorf
The Royal Saxon Triangulation (here with the historical proper name) is a land survey carried out in the years 1862 to 1890 on the territory of the Kingdom of Saxony with simultaneous creation of a trigonometric network.
The Spitzhaus is a former pleasure house in the Saxon town of Radebeul. The building, visible from afar, is located on the slope edge of the Elbe valley basin above the Hoflößnitz in the Oberlößnitz district.
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