7 Sights in Remagen, Germany (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Remagen, 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 7 sights are available in Remagen, Germany.

1. Arp Museum

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The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck was inaugurated on 28 May. It opened on 23 September 2007 in the Remagen district of Rolandseck. The museum is composed of neoclassical station buildings and new buildings by American architect Richard Mayer, which blend into nature "harmoniously". It has a total of four exhibition tiers, consisting of constantly changing presentations. The three-part programme includes an international visual art exhibition, a classical concert, a summer chamber music festival, famous ensembles and soloists, lectures by artists and readings by famous writers. The focus is on the art of Hans App and Sophie Taub-App. In the special exhibition, sculptures and paintings of contemporary artists talk with these works. In addition, the museum also displays Law's collection of paintings from medieval to modern times for UNICEF. Since August 2022, Julia Werner, Ph. D. in Art History, has served as the curator of the museum.

Wikipedia: Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck (DE), Website

2. Kapelle der unbefleckten Emfängnis Mariens

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The Catholic Chapel of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary in Rolandswerth, a district of the city of Remagen in the Rhineland-Palatinate district of Ahrweiler, is a brick building from 1865. It is located on a steep slope above the railway line on the left bank of the Rhine between Brunnenstraße (entrance) and Marienhöhe Street. Although Rolandswerth is not located in North Rhine-Westphalia, the chapel belongs to the Catholic parish of St. Martin and St. Severin, based in Bad Godesberg in the Bonn city deanery of the Archdiocese of Cologne.

Wikipedia: Katholische Kapelle (Rolandswerth) (DE)

3. Schloss Marienfels

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Marienfels Castle in Remagen, a town in the north of Rhineland-Palatinate, was built from 1859 to 1863 mainly in neo-Gothic style as a villa. The castle, with its approximately 800 square meters of living space in 18 rooms, is surrounded by a wooded park of about 100,000 square meters. Marienfels Castle is a listed cultural monument and is designated as a monument zone with equipment, outbuildings and park.

Wikipedia: Schloss Marienfels (DE)

4. Rolandsbogen

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Rolandseck Castle in the Rolandswerth district of Remagen was a hilltop castle on the Rhine, the surviving ruins of which are called Rolandsbogen. In 1040 it was first mentioned as Rulcheseck (Ruolechereck). The castle was built in 1122 by Archbishop Frederick I of Cologne together with the nunnery of Nonnenwerth. It is possible that a predecessor building existed from 1040.

Wikipedia: Burg Rolandseck (DE)

5. Apollinariskirche

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The Apollinariskirche is a church on the site of a Roman temple on the Apollinarisberg, a hill above the German town of Remagen. That hill was known as the Martinsberg in the 5th and 6th centuries, presumably after a Frankish chapel there dedicated to Saint Martin, patron of the Franks. In the 9th century this chapel was replaced by a Romanesque church.

Wikipedia: Apollinariskirche, Remagen (EN), Architect Wikipedia

6. Evangelische Kirche

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The Evangelical Church in Oberwinter, a district of the city of Remagen in the district of Ahrweiler in the north of Rhineland-Palatinate, is a listed baroque sacred building from the 18th century. It belongs to the Evangelical parish of Oberwinter in the church district of Koblenz of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland.

Wikipedia: Evangelische Kirche Oberwinter (DE)

7. St. Peter und Paul

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St. Peter and Paul is the Catholic parish church of Remagen. It stands on the relics of a Roman fort and is a Romanesque-Gothic church with a neo-Romanesque extension. A special feature in the vicarage is a Romanesque portal, which originally had no connection with the church.

Wikipedia: St. Peter und Paul (Remagen) (DE)


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