5 Sights in Südbrookmerland, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Südbrookmerland, 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 5 sights are available in Südbrookmerland, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Südbrookmerland
1. Gedenkstätte KZ Engerhafe
The Engerhafe concentration camp was located in the narrowhafe west of Aurich, now a district of the municipality of Südbrookmerland. It was the only concentration camp in East Frisia in the time of National Socialism. It was built on October 21, 1944 as an outdoor camp of the Neuengamme concentration camp in connection with the construction of the so -called Frisian wall. The Friesenwall was a planned but only partially completed weir system that was to be created on the German North Sea coast towards the end of the Second World War. The warehouse of Engerhafe, Meppen-Dalum and verses, Husum-Schwesing, Ladelund and various working commands in Hamburg were involved in the construction. The Engerhafe camp was responsible for the construction of armored trenches around the city of Aurich. Shortly before the completion of Aurich's all -round defense, the camp was dissolved on December 22, 1944. 188 prisoners died within the two months in which it had existed.
2. Moormuseum Moordorf
The Moourguseum Moordorf is an East Frisian outdoor and moor museum in Moordorf, a district of the municipality of Südbrookmerland. It shows the difficult 200-year development history of an East Frisian bog colony based on various dwellings, huts and houses. The Morormuseum celebrated its 40th birthday in 2018. In the pre -season, over 28,000 visitors were counted from the beginning of spring on March 20 to the end of October 2018.
3. Johannes der Täufer
The Church of John the Baptist is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in the east of the village of Engerhafe, a district of the municipality of Südbrookmerland in East Frisia. Its original patronage was John the Baptist, whose name it retained even after the Reformation. The church, built from 1230 or 1240 to 1270, still forms a unit with the medieval stone house (parish).
Wikipedia: Kirche Johannes der Täufer (Engerhafe) (DE), Website
4. Dörpmuseum Münkeboe
In the village museum Münkeboe, village life in East Frisia of earlier years is recreated. In accordance with its location in Münkeboe in East Frisia, the focus of the exhibition is on mill technology, schools and crafts, agriculture and the colonisation of the moor.
The St. Victor Church is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in the west of the village of Victorbur, a district of the municipality of Südbrookmerland in East Frisia. It is named after the martyr Victor of Xanten.
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