Explore interesting sights in Ravensburg, 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 6 sights are available in Ravensburg, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Ravensburg
1. Das Blaue Haus
Ottmar Hörl is a German conceptual artist, sculptor, installation, action, photography, and object artist. He achieved worldwide popularity due to his radical, avant-garde art concepts as well as large-scale projects featuring serial sculptures in public spaces, based on his distinctive definition of sculpture as an organisational principle. He is considered an "offensive and direct strategist campaigning for a new type of public art" and the most successful artist creating multiples, an artist implementing his vision of art for everyone and promoting the democratisation of sculpture like no other so far. His important contributions in the field of fine arts have earned him several awards, the latest of which, the CREO Innovation Award, was granted by the German Society for Creativity and presented to Hörl at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main in 2015. Since 1999, Hörl has held a chair as professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg, and has been the Academy's president since 2005. Moreover, he is a founding member of the group Formalhaut. Ottmar Hörl lives and works in Wertheim, Frankfurt am Main and Nuremberg.
The Ravensburg concert hall is a theater and concert building in Ravensburg opened in 1897, which is mainly used for theater guest games, concerts and congresses. It is the largest theater in the city with 574 places. The building, financed by the foundations of the entrepreneur Julius Spohn and other citizens, was built by the renowned Viennese architecture firm Fellner & Helmer in the style of historicism and is still largely presented in the state of construction. The concert hall is the only preserved historical theater building in Württemberg Upper Swabia and has been a listed building, together with its preserved stock of historical stage sets.
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4. Grauer Bus
The Monument of the Grey Buses is a two-part memorial that was erected in 2006 for the victims of the murders of the sick of the National Socialist "Action T4" at the Center for Psychiatry Weißenau in Ravensburg. The design of the Grey Buses was created by Horst Hoheisel and Andreas Knitz in 2005 during a competition.
The Christ King Church is a church in Ravensburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The church is located in the southern town of Ravensburg. The parish belongs to the Spiritual Organization Ravensburg Mitte in the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart.
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