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The Martinikirche is a pseudo-basilica dedicated to St. Martin in Siegen, which has existed in its present form since the 16th century, and whose history dates back to the 8th century. Its oldest surviving documentary mention dates back to the early 14th century. The church is located on the western rocky spur of the Siegberg on the edge of the medieval core town of Siegen, immediately west of the Lower Castle. The Martinikirche is the oldest surviving sacred building in the city and has been a Protestant church since the time of the Reformation.
2. Oberes Schloss
Obere Schloss is located on Mount Siegberg 307 meters high in Siegen town. The complex dates back to a medieval castle and was originally jointly owned by the Archbishop of Cologne and the Earl of Nassau. Later, it became the property of Nassau people. After partial reconstruction, it is sometimes used as a residence. Today, the complex is home to the Seagland Museum.
Sigan's list of architectural monuments includes protected buildings in Sigan City, North Rhine-Westphalia Sigan-Wittgenstein District. These monuments are included in the list of monuments in the city of Siegen; The list is based on the Law on the Protection of Monuments in North Rhine-Westphalia.
4. Marien Kliniken Siegen
The St. Marien-Krankenhaus Siegen is a hospital opened in 1861 on the corner of Pfarrstraße and Höhstraße at the western foot of the Giersberg in Siegen in North Rhine-Westphalia. It was founded by Pastor Friedrich Adam Krengel. Since 2018 it belongs to the Marien Gesellschaft Siegen.
5. Aktives Museum Südwestfalen
From its inauguration in 1904 until its destruction by arson during the National Socialist November pogroms of 1938 on November 10 of that year, the Siegen Synagogue was the religious center of the Jewish community in the Westphalian city of Siegen.
Siegberg is a mountain in the center of the town of Siegen in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Siegberg is the oldest settlement in the town. The oldest surviving settlement traces can be traced back to the 10th century.
Friedenskirche is a former Protestant wooden church in the Achenbach district of Siegen, Germany. It was one of three places of worship at the Church of Christ in Sigan until it was de-dedicated and is now a monument.
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