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


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Explore interesting sights in Schweinfurt, 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 Schweinfurt, Germany.

Sightseeing Tours in Schweinfurt

1. Museum Gunnar-Wester-Haus

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The Gunnar Wester House in Schweinfurt is a museum that exhibits the Graf Luxburg Collection – objects of firemaking and lighting – and the Fritz Glöckle Icon Collection – Russian icons from the 16th to 19th centuries. Gunnar Wester was a Swedish consul and chairman of the board of directors of SKF Kugellagerfabriken GmbH in Schweinfurt, Germany.

Wikipedia: Gunnar-Wester-Haus (DE)

2. St. Lukas

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St. Lukas is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in the Hochfeld/Steinberg district of Schweinfurt, Germany. The church was designed by the architect Gerhard Weber, as the only church building by the well-known post-war architect of the Federal Republic. It is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Deanery of Schweinfurt.

Wikipedia: St. Lukas (Schweinfurt) (DE), Website, Url

3. Altes Rathaus

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The old town hall of the city of Schweinfurt is located on the market (main market) in the old town and is a listed building. It is considered a brilliant performance of the profane German Renaissance and is one of the most important Renaissance buildings in southern Germany.

Wikipedia: Altes Rathaus (Schweinfurt) (DE)

4. Museum Georg Schäfer

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The Museum Georg Schäfer is a German art museum in Schweinfurt, Bavaria. Based on the private art collection of German industrialist Georg Schäfer (1896–1975), the museum primarily collects 19th-century paintings by artists from German-speaking countries.

Wikipedia: Museum Georg Schäfer (EN)

5. Gustav-Adolf-Kirche

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The Gustav Adolf Memorial Church is an Evangelical Lutheran parish church in Schweinfurt, Germany. It is named after the Protestant King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden. It was built in the course of the city's expansion in the 1920s.

Wikipedia: Gustav-Adolf-Gedächtniskirche (Schweinfurt) (DE), Url

6. Kreuzkirche

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The Kreuzkirche is the Evangelical Lutheran parish church of Oberndorf. The former village already belonged to Schweinfurt in imperial city times and is now a district. The parish belongs to the deanery of Schweinfurt.

Wikipedia: Kreuzkirche (Oberndorf) (DE), Url

7. St. Johannis

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St. Johannis in Schweinfurt was the main church of the former imperial city of Schweinfurt and is now an Evangelical Lutheran parish church, located at the seat of the Evangelical Lutheran Deanery of Schweinfurt.

Wikipedia: St. Johannis (Schweinfurt) (DE)


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