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1. Sankt Johann
The St. Johann collegiate church in Regensburg is the spiritual center of St. Johann, founded in 1127. It is consecrated to St. John the Baptist and John the evangelist. The church is located in the immediate vicinity of the St. Peter cathedral on the Krauterermarkt 5. It is located between the cathedral square in the south and the Bischofshof in the north. The collegiate church has had an eventful history over the centuries. The originally Ottonian building had to be removed in favor of an extension of the Wester of the Regensburg Cathedral. This was how a Gothic building was built on the site of today's church, which in the 1760s experienced a passionate baroque redesign. After a fire in 1887, the church was rebuilt in neo -baroque forms.
2. Heilig Kreuz
The Roman Catholic Church of the Dominican monastery Heilig-Kreuz Heilig Kreuz zu Regensburg, called the Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche, is the monastery church of the oldest still existing and unprecedented women's monastery in Germany. In its current form, it is characterized by a uniformly designed theological program. Since 1233, the monastery has been based on the address at Judenstein 10 in Regensburg. There are only a few monasteries in Germany that have never been destroyed, which have never been destroyed, have never been lifted or transplanted. With the restorations for the anniversary of its 750th anniversary, the monastery can be referred to as a "jewel of the Bavarian Rococo".
3. Sankt Anton
The listed Catholic parish church of St. Anton, is named after Saint Anthony of Padua, attribute:Baby Jesus on his arm, who is invoked in the Bavarian vernacular when looking for lost objects as: Schlamperltoni. The church is located, surrounded by a green area, outside the old town of Regensburg, south of the railway line and east of the main station in the district Kasernenviertel in Furtmayrstraße 22, adjacent to the Lower Catholic Cemetery. The church is a brick concrete skeleton building built after 1920 in the style of a three-aisled Romanesque basilica, provided in the east with two side chapels in honor of Mary, in the west with a transept.
4. Altes Rathaus
In the medieval old town hall of Regensburg on Rathausplatz, three buildings created at different times can be distinguished: in the south the Reichsaal building with an bay window, then the portal building with a staircase and the door passage and east of the round of the oldest town hall building in the style of a patrician house with the town hall tower. In this oldest building there is the seat with reception hall of the mayors and other rooms for associated offices and for the registry office. The remaining offices of the city administration and also the citizens' office are located in the new town hall at the Dachauplatz, approx. 500 m east
5. Dominkanerkirche St. Blasius
Dominican Church St. Blasius is located in the Old City west of Regensburg, in a large area between the Alley of Mount of Olives, the Alley of Predigergasse and Bismarck Square, Albertus-Magnus-Platz and Aegidienplatz Square. It has been built as a Dominican church for more than a century since 1229. The church is one of the main works of early Gothic style in Germany and one of the largest churches in Dominica. It is twice as much as the Knights' custom of building beggar churches at that time. For centuries, this has led to major static problems that have existed since the beginning of the 20th century.
6. Schloss St. Emmeram
Thurn und Taxi Schloss St. Emmeram or Thurn und Taxi Schloss is a castle of the Thurn und Taxi family in Regensburg, Germany. It was developed from the building of the Monastery of St Emeram after it was handed over to the Crown in 1810. In Bayernatlas, the complex is listed as a ground monument, numbered D-3-6938-0820, as "archaeological discoveries and discoveries from the former Benedictine monastery of St. Emmanuel from the early Middle Ages to modern times, and today's Thurn and Taxi castle areas". It is also listed as a historic site in Regensburg, numbered D-3-62-000-351.
The eastentor, which was created from 1284 on the eastern edge of today's old town of Regensburg, was one of six torture towers of the former city fortification and was built to protect the so -called "east suburb" at the time. The gate was created above the outdoor road to Vienna and was the city gate through which the respective emperor came into the city. The Gothic representative, five -storey building was built by members of the Regensburg cathedral building hut, according to the stonemason sign found and is now one of the best -preserved Gothic city gates in Germany.
8. Sankt Kassian
After the collegiate church in Regensburg, the parish church in Regensburg is the second oldest church in the city and is one of the most occupied church buildings in Bavaria. The listed church has a rich building history and was subject to drastic changes in various epochs. Today the rococo style dominates in the interior and on the north facade. The church has been superior to the old chapel by our dear wife since 1225. The St. Pfarrei St. Kassian is now the smallest parish of the Diocese of Regensburg with only around 65 Catholics.
9. Emmeramer Tor
Neue Emmeramer Tor is one of five gates preserved from the medieval fortifications of Regensburg, built around 1320. The well-preserved new Emmeram Gate replaces the old Emmeram Gate of the Arnulfinian Wall, built around 920, at the southern end of Obere Bachgasse, at the circle of the wall between Obermünster and Sankt Emmeram Monastery. Emmeramer Tor was an important gateway for Regensburg residents to Fürst-Anselm-Allee and the neighboring village of Kumpfmühl until 1907, when the adjacent Helen Gate and Helen Street were built.
10. St. Ägidien
The Roman Catholic Church of Saint Egideon is located in Egideon Square in the old city of Regensburg. It is the church of the former Teutonic Order and is therefore assigned to the Church of Saint-Egidion of the Teutonic Order (Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion, Saint-Egidion. Today, St. Egideon is a branch church of St. Emeram Parish. St. Egidius Church is a Gothic three-nave atrium.
11. Jüdisches Gemeindezentrum
The Jewish Community Center with Synagogue Regensburg is the new community center of the "Jewish Community Regensburg". It was inaugurated on February 27, 2019, 80 years after the destruction of the New Synagogue and exactly 500 years after the expulsion of the Jews from the imperial city of Regensburg. It was built on the property "Am Brixener Hof 2", on which the New Synagogue stood until the pogrom of November 1938 and on which there was only one provisional community hall after the Second World War.
12. Karmelitenkirche Sankt Joseph
The Carmelite Church of St. Josef on the old Kornmarkt in the old town of Regensburg is the monastery church of the St. Josef convention of the unknown Carmelites and the most important confessional and worship church in Regensburg. The highly baroque church building with hints to the Italian style was built between 1660 and 1673 according to the plans of a previously unknown architect. Carlo Lurago, Antonio Petrini or a student of Petrinis come into question as possible authors.
13. Volkssternwarte Regensburg
The Public Observatory Regensburg is an astronomical observatory located in Regensburg, Germany. Its history dates back to the year 1774 when Saint Emmeram's Abbey dedicated two towers to astronomical observations. For the most time, it served for educational purposes. Today it is run by a non-profit organization, the Verein der Freunde der Sternwarte Regensburg e. V. . The observatory is accessible for visitors on Friday evenings.
14. St. Oswald
St. Oswald Church is a Protestant Lutheran church located in the Old City west of Regensburg on the south bank of the Danube River and today belongs to the Diocese of Dreieinigkeitskirche. The construction of the university church dates back to around 1290, when a Carmel monastery was built there, but by the time the Carmel emigrants arrived in Straubin in 1367, the monastery had been abandoned.
The diocese museums Regensburg are the museums of the diocese of Regensburg in Regensburg. These are in detail: The St. Ulrich Domplatz No. 2 Location Museum: 49 ° 1 ′ 8.6 ″ N, 12 ° 5 ′ 57.7 ″ O The cathedral treasure location: 49 ° 1 ′ 12.3 ″ N, 12 ° 5 ′ 50.9 ″ O The deposit management and workshops in the Obermünster location: 49 ° 0 ′ 58 ″ N, 12 ° 5 ′ 40 ″ O
It was built around 1150, late Romanesque, in the 17th century. Nyderminster Church in Regensburg is the church of the canon monastery before the imperial monastery of Nyderminster, which was dissolved in the process of Bavarian secularization in 1803. After the transfer of the building to the Bavarian kingdom in 1810, Nideminster Church has been the site of the cathedral since 1824.
The Brückturm in the old town of Regensburg marks the southern end of the stone bridge crossing the Danube. It was created as one of several torture towers at the end of the 13th and at the beginning of the 14th century in the construction of the medieval city fortifications in Regensburg. The Brückturm is the only one of the former three towers on the stone bridge.
18. St. Leonhard
The Roman Catholic branch church of St. Leonhard, located in the western old town of Regensburg, was assigned to the former St. Leonhard, which is the former St. Leonhard and is now the branch church of the Heart of Jesus. The essentially Romanesque, three -aisled building is considered the oldest hall church in Bavaria and is consecrated to St. Leonhard von Limoges.
19. Museum Sankt Ulrich
The former cathedral parish church of St. Ulrich in Regensburg stands east of the Regensburg cathedral where the southern cathedral square goes into the old grain market, with a swib sheet that connects the Roman tower with the former duke's Palatinate of the Agilolfinger. The church and the exhibition in the church are now part of the diocese museums in Regensburg.
20. Basilika Sankt Emmeram
The Imperial Monastery of Sankt Emmeram was a Benedictine abbey in Regensburg founded around 739 and existing until secularization in 1803. As the Imperial Abbey of Sankt Emmeram, it was represented in the Bavarian Imperial Circle. The monastery was built at the grave of the Franconian itinerant bishop Emmeram of Regensburg, who was venerated as a martyr.
21. Donau-Schiffahrts-Museum Regensburg
The Regensburg Museum of Danube Shipping is a maritime museum of river shipping on the river Danube and other rivers, sited in the town of Regensburg in Germany. It also contains art collections on that topic, along with material on boatmen's work and training. Its main exhibits are the steam tugboat Ruthof / Érsekcsanád and the diesel tug Freudenau.
St in Kumpfmühl district. Theresia Church is a former monastery church built by purged Carmel Christians. Today, this church is affiliated to Wolfgang Church in St. Wolfgang Parish. St. Teresa's Church is located in the former monastery and seminary building at the corner of Kumpfmühler Straße/Gutenbergstraße, Kumpfmühl district, Regensburg.
23. Kloster Prüfening
Prüfening Abbey was a Benedictine monastery on the outskirts of Regensburg in Bavaria, Germany. Since the beginning of the 19th century it has also been known as Prüfening Castle. Notably, its extant dedicatory inscription, commemorating the founding of the abbey in 1119, was created by printing and is a unique document of medieval typography.
24. Museum der Bayerischen Geschichte
The House of Bavarian History: Museum, also: Museum of Bavarian History, in the old town of Regensburg on the southern bank of the Danube is a museum for the new and latest Bavarian history. Founding director is a historian and museum specialist Richard Loibl. The museum was opened on June 5, 2019 after eight years of planning and construction.
The All Saints Chapel is a small building on the cloister of Regensburg Cathedral and served as the mausoleum of the builder Bishop Hartwig II of Spanheim. He was the first bishop of Regensburg not to be buried in the monastery of Sankt Emmeram. The chapel is dated around the middle of the 12th century, as Bishop Hartwig died in 1164.
The Trinity Church is an early baroque columnless hall church in the old town of Regensburg. The church was built from 1627 to 1631 according to plans by Hanns Carl, was one of the first Evangelical Lutheran new church buildings in Bavaria and was considered the largest new church building of the former free Reichsstadt Regensburg.
Römerturm in the Old City of Regensburg dominates the urban landscape of Alte Kornmarkt with its huge block shape. The Romanesque residential tower, belonging to the Duchy of Pfalcz and connected to the neighboring Southern Duchy by a walking Schwibbogen, was demolished in 1855 and reinstalled in simple form in 1937/40.
28. Steinerne Brücke
The Stone Bridge in Regensburg, Germany, is a 12th-century bridge across the Danube linking the Old Town with Stadtamhof. For more than 800 years, until the 1930s, it was the city's only bridge across the river. It is a masterwork of medieval construction and an emblem of the city.
29. Maria Läng Kapelle
The Catholic Chapel of Maria Lang, is a baroque hall building with a crusader vault from 1675. The chapel is an old house chapel on the ground floor of a former misterage. It houses a figure of Mary who is supposed to die the St. Maria in its true length.
30. Kepler Gedächtnishaus
31. Dom Sankt Peter
32. Wohnhaus Papst Benedikt XVI.
The residence of Pope Benedict XVI in Pentling, the former residence of Pope Benedict XVI Joseph Ratzinger, is now a biography museum, meeting place and archives. The house is administered by the Pope Benedict XVI Institute. Management.
33. St. Matthäus
Dörnbergpark is a 7.4-hectare park located west of St Emeram's Castle and Helenantes, the exit of the Old City of Regensburg. This important monument to 19th century garden art can be seen from Bismarckplatz.
The city park in Regensburg west of the old town of Regensburg on the unit square in front of the Jakobstor is the oldest and with over eight hectares also the largest of the inner -city parks in Regensburg.
The legal fountain in the center of the historic old town of Regensburg is a baroque gem. It was created in 1656 by the sculptor Leoprand Hilmer in the course of the new building of the city's water supply.
Otto Herbert Hayek is a German abstract painter, graphic artist and sculptor. His architectural heritage and photo archives are located in the Architectural and Engineering Archives of Southwest Germany.
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