8 Sights in Ravensburg, Germany (with Map and Images)
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1. Das Blaue Haus
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The Konzerthaus Ravensburg is a theatre and concert building in Ravensburg, Germany, opened in 1897 and used mainly for theatre performances, concerts and congresses. It is the largest theater in the city with 574 seats. The building, financed by foundations of the entrepreneur Julius Spohn and other citizens, was built by the renowned Viennese architectural firm Fellner & Helmer in the style of historicism and still presents itself largely in the state of the construction period. The concert hall is the only surviving historic theatre building in Upper Swabia in Württemberg and, together with its preserved collection of historical stage sets, has been a listed building since 1988.
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4. Grauer Bus
The Monument to the Grey Buses is a two-part memorial erected in 2006 for the victims of the murders of the sick by the National Socialist "Aktion T4" at the Weißenau Centre for Psychiatry in Ravensburg. The design of the Grey Buses was created by Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz in 2005 during a competition.
The Christkönigkirche is a church building in Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The church is located in the southern part of Ravensburg. The parish belongs to the pastoral care unit Ravensburg Mitte in the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart.
6. Museum Humpis-Quartier
The Museum Humpis-Quartier is the cultural-historical and urban history museum of the city of Ravensburg. It is located in the Humpis district, one of the best-preserved late medieval residential quarters in southern Germany.
The Ringgenburg, also called Rinkenburg, is a hillfort and refuge in the Schmalegger Tobel near the district of Schmalegg in the town of Ravensburg in the district of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
8. Burg Schmalegg
Schmalegg Castle, also known as Schenkenburg, is a ruined hilltop castle on the 555 m above sea level high Schlossbüchl near the district of Schmalegg in the city of Ravensburg in Baden-Württemberg.
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