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Here you can find interesting sights in Reutlingen, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Reutlingen, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Reutlingen
The Reutlinger Heimatmuseum is a museum about the urban history of the former liberal imperial city, later Oberamts-in Württemberg, and now the Reutlingen county town of Baden-Württemberg. The local history museum was founded in 1890 by an art and antiquities association. His collection was initially housed in different rooms, then found its present location in the former Königsbronner Hof starting in 1939. The museum has been expanded and newly designed since 1996, and, in addition to its permanent exhibits on events, social and cultural history, special exhibitions on specific individual themes relating to the historical development of Roitlingen and its surrounding areas are held from time to time.
Roitlingen Observatory is a public observatory in Roitlingen, Wurttemberg, Germany. Organizationally, the Observatory belongs to the Verein für Volksbildung E, which was established in 1918. V. Attachment. By the end of 2012, there were 15 volunteers working at the Observatory. Regular public and group tours are provided. The Observatory is located in the Ferdinand-von-Steinbeis-Schule Building.
3. Kunstmuseum Reutlingen
Built in 1518, the Spendhaus is one of the oldest surviving secular buildings in the district town of Reutlingen, located in the southwest german state of Baden-Württemberg. It survived the devastating fire catastrophe of September 1726, in which around four-fifths of Reutlingen's building substance had been destroyed, undamaged.
4. Ruine Achalm
Achalm Castle is a ruined castle located above the towns of Reutlingen and Pfullingen in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Situated on the top of a hill at the edge of the Swabian Alb the ruins of the 11th-century castle are topped by a look-out tower from 1838.
Achalm is a mountain in Reutlingen, Germany. On its top, the ruins of Achalm Castle can be found, ancestral seat of the counts of Achalm, a 13th-century Swabian noble family related to the counts of Urach.
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