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

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Explore interesting sights in Salem, 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 Salem, Germany.

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1. Salemer Münster

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The Salem Minster was the church of the former imperial abbey of Salem and today serves as the parish church of the Roman Catholic community of Salem. The Gothic cathedral was built between about 1285 and 1420 as a three-nave columned basilica and is one of the most important High Gothic buildings of the Cistercians in the German-speaking world. In its external form, the church largely corresponds to the original architectural design, while alterations in the interior permanently changed the spatial effect. The inventory includes furnishings from the late Gothic, Baroque, Rococo and Classicist periods. It is the third largest Gothic church in Baden-Württemberg after the Ulm and Freiburg Minsters.

Wikipedia: Salemer Münster (DE)

2. Affenberg Salem

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The Affenberg Salem is a zoo west of Salem in the Lake Constance district and at the same time Germany's largest monkey enclosure. The main attraction of the more than 20-hectare forest are almost 200 Barbary macaques, which roam freely there. There is also a free-flying colony of white storks that breed every year on the roofs of the Mendlishauser Hof, a herd of fallow deer and a large pond that is considered a retreat for many different bird species.

Wikipedia: Affenberg Salem (DE), Website

3. Schloß Heiligenberg

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Heiligenberg Castle is a princely castle in renaissance style, situated in Heiligenberg, Linzgau within the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is sited on a plateau 730 metres above sea level and with views down into the Bodensee and the Alps. It contains one of the most well preserved renaissance halls north of the Alps. The castle is owned and lived in by the Fürstenberg family, and cannot be visited.

Wikipedia: Schloss Heiligenberg (Heiligenberg) (EN), Website

4. Stefansfeld-Kapelle

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The Chapel of Sancta Maria Victoria, usually called the Stefansfeld Chapel, in Stefansfeld near Salem in the Lake Constance district in Baden-Württemberg, is a small baroque church built by the Vorarlberg master builder Franz Beer from 1710 to 1712 for the nearby Salem Monastery. Today it serves as a branch church of the cathedral parish of Salem in the deanery of Linzgau of the Archdiocese of Freiburg.

Wikipedia: Stefansfeld-Kapelle (DE)

5. Burgstall Leonegg

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The Burgstall Leonegg, also called Schloßbühl or Leoneck, is a defunct spur castle on a southwesterly and steeply sloping spur on two sides 670 m above sea level south of Katzensteig, a hamlet near the district of Hattenweiler, in the municipality of Heiligenberg in the Lake Constance district (Baden-Württemberg).

Wikipedia: Burgstall Leonegg (DE)

6. Alt-Heiligenberg

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Alt-Heiligenberg Castle is the ruin of a spur castle on the site of today's observation pavilion at 726.7 m above sea level near the municipality of Heiligenberg in the district of Frickingen in the Lake Constance district in Baden-Württemberg.

Wikipedia: Burgrest Alt-Heiligenberg (DE)

7. Sankt Antoniuskapelle

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The Antonius Chapel in Altenbeuren was probably built before 1500 as a pilgrimage chapel. It is dedicated to the hermit St. Anthony. Altenbeuren is a village in the Lake Constance district in Baden-Württemberg in Germany.

Wikipedia: Antoniuskapelle (Altenbeuren) (DE)


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