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The Johanneskirche is a Evangelical Church in Saarbrücken in 1898. It stands in the St. Johann (Saar) district, opposite the St. Johann town hall. The neo -Gothic church survived the Second World War almost without damage, although the air strikes on Saarbrücken had largely destroyed the city. The church was subjected to a purificating redesign in the post -war period. Today, not only services are held in the Johanneskirche, but also rallies and cultural events are carried out. In the list of monuments of the Saarland, the church is listed as a single monument. The church is assigned to the Saar-West church district of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland. The tower of the Johanneskirche with its height of 74 m after the war destruction of the Tower of the Saarbrücken Josefskirche with originally 75 m height is currently the highest church tower in Saarland.
The Catholic Herz-Jesu Church in Saarbrücken was designed by the architects Ludwig Becker and Anton Falkowski and inaugurated in 1914. The Neo -Romanesque church is consecrated as patronal feast for the holiest heart. The patronal feast is the high festival of the holiest heart of Jesus on the third Friday after Pentecost. The church listed in the list of monuments in the Saarland monument list is at Odilienbergstrasse 1, in the Burbach district of Saarbrücken. After the Burbacher St. Eligius Church and the Messary Later St. Josefskirche, the Herz-Jesu Church is historically the third Catholic Church of the municipality of Malstatt-Burbach, which is independent from 1874/75 to 1909. The church is assigned to the diocese of Trier.
The Christkönig Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in St. Arnual, a district of the Saarland capital of Saarbrücken. The patronal feast is a Christ king. In the list of monuments of the Saarland, the church is listed as a single monument in the ensemble at the Christ King Church. With regard to the Christological intention of his iconography, the sacral building, which is designed in an expressionist-interpreted Romanesque and Byzantine formal language, is of special theology and art historical importance. The parish belongs to the diocese of Trier.
4. Pfarrkirche St. Michael
St. Michael is a Roman Catholic church in St. John's district of Saarbrücken, Germany. It was built from 1923 to 1924 and designed by architect Hans Hercomer. Since then, it has become the largest church building in the capital of Saarland, before the Protestant Lutheran Church. Except for what Dillingen/Saar called Saardom, St. Outside Ingberter Josefskirche and Malstatter Josefskirche, Michaelskirche is one of the largest churches in Saarland. It's part of Trier Parish. Patron saint day of the church is the holiday of Archangel St. Michael. September.
5. Alter Saarkran
The Saarkran in Saarbrücken, originally called "Saarkragen", most recently also called old Saarkra (HNE), was a baroque harbor crane, built after plans and under the direction of Friedrich Joachim Stengel 1761/1762 at the command of the sovereign Wilhelm Heinrich von Saarbrücken-Nassau. Today's crane is a replica, built in the same place south of the Wilhelm Heinrich Bridge on the left bank of the Saar. It is a land -based tread crane, also called "house crawls" at the time, in contrast to the floating crane or crane ship.
6. Saarländisches Staatstheater
Theater Saarbrücken, officially Saarländisches Staatstheater since 1971, is the state theatre of Saarland in its capital Saarbrücken, Germany. It has several divisions and offers annually around 30 new productions in around 700 events for more than 200,000 people. Its venues are Großes Haus, Alte Feuerwache, Congresshalle and sparte4. While theatre in Saarbrücken has a long history, the present main venue was completed in 1938, with plans commissioned by the Nazi regime.
7. ehem. Winterbergdenkmal
Winterberg Monument is a war memorial on Winterberg Mountain in Saarbrücken, Germany. The 30-meter-high monument to the tower, built on a man-made hill surrounded by a hall, commemorates Prussia's victory at the Battle of Spicken on June 6, 1867. Today, only the reconstructed pedestal with staircase remains, which is a protected monument. The name Winterberg itself is a pervert of Winterberg, because wine was grown here.
8. Villa Obenauer
The Villa Obenauer is a bourgeois villa in Saarbrücken, built in 1905-1907 according to Peter Behrens. Trillerweg 58. It is located in the Saarbrücken residential area Triller on the southeastern slope above the street, the slope shapes the architecture. The building is a significant testimony to the history of the development of modern architecture in the 20th century.
9. Platz des Unsichtbaren Mahnmals
The Platz des Unsichtbaren Mahnmals – or in English, the Place of the Invisible Memorial – is a memorial to Jewish cemeteries. It is located in Saarbrücken, capital of the German state of the Saarland. To the visitor, the memorial is completely invisible – it only appears as a sign at the place, reading "Platz des Unsichtbaren Mahnmals".
10. St. Antonius
Saint Anthony Catholic Church in Padua is a Catholic church in Padua, Italy. On 1 January 2006, the three dioceses of Upper and Lower Marstadt merged into the St. Joseph (Salbrücken) Pastoral Unit of Salbrücken Parish of Trier Diocese, on the Rastpfuhl River in Salbrücken, Marstadt District. It is sponsored by San Antonio of Padua.
11. St. Paulus
The Catholic Church of St. Paulus is a church building of the parish community of Saarbrücken-Malstatt in the Deanery of Saarbrücken of the Diocese of Trier and stands on the Rastpfuhl on the corner of Lebacher Straße/Rheinstraße in the Saarbrücken district of Malstatt. She wears the patronal feast of St. Paul von Tarsus.
In the list of monuments in Sankt Johann (Saar), all monuments from the Saarbrücken district of St. Johann are listed. The basis is the publication of the state monkey list of February 16, 2011 and the current part of the state capital of Saarbrücken in the version of August 9, 2017.
Ludwigskirche in Old Saarbrücken, Germany, is a Lutheran baroque-style church. It is the symbol of the city and is considered to be one of the most important Protestant churches in Germany, along with the Dresden Frauenkirche and the St. Michael's Church, Hamburg.
14. Evangelisch-Lutherische Immanuelgemeinde Saarbrücken
The 4560 is a so -called Graffiti Hall of Fame in Saarbrücken. On this graffiti wall, the city allows graffiti to spray, and in this way wants to promote the creativity of youth culture. The wall extends over 450 meters and has 1800 square meters of area.
16. Saarbrücker Schloss
17. St. Marien
St. Mary's Catholic Church is a church building in the Parish of Salbrücken Marstadt, Salbrücken Parish, Trier, Germany, located in Fischbachstraße, Salbrücken Marstadt District. She took the Virgin to heaven with her patron saint.
18. Saarländisches Künstlerhaus
Schwartzenberger Tower is a watchtower on Schwartzenberger Mountain in Saarbrücken, Germany. This square-section tower was built in 1930 and is made of reinforced concrete. = = Reference = = = = External Link
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