9 Sights in Soltau, Germany (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Soltau, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Soltau, Germany.

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1. Scream

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Scream YanCoasterman / CC BY-SA 3.0

Scream is a gyro drop tower at the Heide Park amusement park in Soltau, Lower Saxony, Germany. It was constructed at a cost of €7.5 million by Intamin between October 2002 and April 2003, repurposing the structure of the Aussichtsturm II observation tower which opened in 1992. With a height of 103 metres (338 ft), riders plunge down 71 metres (233 ft) up to speeds of 98.3 kilometres per hour (61.1 mph). Scream, which has a diameter of 2.8 metres, stands on a foundation of 8 metres (26 ft) in depth and 10 metres (33 ft) in diameter. The travelling time is 82 seconds, two seconds of which are the actual fall. The deceleration phase lasts for 5.5 seconds.

Wikipedia: Scream (Heide Park) (EN)

2. Colossos-Kampf der Giganten

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Colossos – Battle of the Giants, cf. Ancient Greek κολοσσός kolossós, german '(huge) statue', is a wooden roller coaster at Heide Park Resort. Until 2006, it was the second fastest ride of its kind in the world at 110 km/h. The roller coaster, designed by Ingenieurbüro Stengel and built by Intamin, was opened on 13 April 2001 after construction costs of approximately DM 45 million. It is 1344 m long and has 2 trains. Colossos was taken out of service for 3 years in 2016 due to a complete renovation of the rail, on April 19, 2019 Colossos was reopened with new rails and a new theming.

Wikipedia: Colossos (DE)

3. Desert Race

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Desert Race is a steel roller coaster manufactured by Intamin at the Heide Park Resort in Soltau, Germany. It was officially inaugurated on 15 May 2007 and was the first catapult launch roller coaster in Germany, more precisely an accelerator coaster. A hydraulic drive system is used that accelerates the cars to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds, with the roller coaster reaching a top speed of 102 km/h. The track length is 650 meters, which are traversed in 49 seconds. Braking takes place on the last airtime hill and after the final curve with eddy current brakes. The maximum g-force is 4.7 g.

Wikipedia: Desert Race (DE)

4. Zionskirche

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The Zionskirche is an Evangelical Lutheran Church in Soltau in Lower Saxony and is part of the independent Evangelical Lutheran Church (SELK) and home of the community of the same name. The neo-Gothic hall church of 1888 with a west tower and polygonal eastern shooting has a decorative brick jewelry. The listed building belongs to the parish district of Soltau in the church district of Lower Saxony-West in the West region.

Wikipedia: Zionskirche (Soltau) (DE)

5. St.-Marien-Kirche

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St.-Marien-Kirche Etmot 11:33, 7 September 2009 (UTC) Etmot 17:55, 14. Mär. 2009 (CET) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Church of Santa Maria von St. Rosenklands is home to a Catholic diocese in Solto, Lower Saxony, Germany. From the rosary point of view, the parish church bearing the patron saint of the Virgin Mary is located at Wiesenstraße 7, and the adjacent rector is located at Feldstraße 22. The diocese also includes St. Ansgar Branch Church in Schneverdingen, which belongs to Celle Diocese in Hildesheim Diocese.

Wikipedia: Kirche Sankt Maria vom heiligen Rosenkranz zu Soltau (DE)

6. Schweizer Bobbahn

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Bobbahn is a steel bobsled roller coaster at Heide Park that opened in 1993. The 826 m long journey begins with a lift hill that transports passengers to a height of 27 m. Then it goes through numerous very tight bends, some dark ride passages, as well as some block brakes until the final brake is reached. A second lift hill brings the trains back to the level of the station.

Wikipedia: Schweizer Bobbahn (EN)

7. Heidenhof-Kapelle

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Heide Park Resort, commonly known as Heide Park, is a theme park in Soltau, Lower Saxony, Germany. With an overall area of over 850,000 m2, it is the largest amusement park in Northern Germany and among the largest in the country. It is part of the British-based Merlin Entertainments which operates 123 attractions in 24 countries.

Wikipedia: Heide Park (EN)

8. Breidings Garten

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Breidings Garten is a landscape park in the Lower Saxon town of Soltau, which was laid out from 1850 on the English model and has been a listed building since 1993. For the German Foundation for Monument Protection, the park is "unique in its diversity throughout Lower Saxony".

Wikipedia: Breidings Garten (DE)

9. Flug der Dämonen

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Flug der Dämonen is a Bolliger & Mabillard Wing Coaster at the Heide Park Resort amusement park located in Soltau, Lower Saxony, Germany. The attraction officially opened to the public on March 29, 2014.

Wikipedia: Flug der Dämonen (EN)

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