Explore interesting sights in Starnberg, 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 5 sights are available in Starnberg, Germany.
1. Burgstall Karlsburg
The Burgstall Karlsburg, also known as Karlsberg, is an abandoned hilltop castle at 633 m above sea level above the Würm valley about 750 metres northwest of the branch church of St. Alto of Leutstetten in the district of Starnberg in Upper Bavaria. The striking mountain spur was probably already inhabited in prehistoric times and was developed into one of the largest castle complexes in the region in the High Middle Ages. The complex is listed as a ground monument under the file number D-1-7934-0050 in the Bavaria Atlas as "Burgstall of the High Middle Ages ("Karlsburg") as well as settlement of prehistoric times".
2. Villa Rustica Leutstetten
The Villa rustica near Leutstetten is the archaeological site of a Roman manor (Villa rustica), which existed for about fifty years. The area of the small manor house, excavated from 2001 to 2002, was opened to the public and is located on the edge of agricultural fields south of the village of Leutstetten in Upper Bavaria, which today belongs to the district town of Starnberg. In addition to the bath of the farm, the finds from a well and the grave inscription from the Leutstetten branch church of St. Alto are of particular scientific interest.
3. Schloss Leutstetten
Leutstetten Castle is located in Leutstetten, not far from Starnberg, on a hill above the Leutstetten moss. The Renaissance-style complex includes a small, fenced park. The castle and park are not open to the public. The complex is listed as a listed building under file number D-2-61-000-479. "Underground Early Modern Findings in the Area of Leutstetten Castle" are also listed as a ground monument under the file number D-1-7934-0296.
4. Mariä Heimsuchung
The Visitation of the Virgin Mary, the Catholic parish church in Perchting, was rebuilt in the Rococo style after a fire between 1768 and 1774. The magnificently furnished church belongs to the diocese of Augsburg. The patron saint is the Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary on 2 July. The church and the cemetery surrounding it are listed as historical monuments.
5. St. Alto
The Church of St. Alto is a Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Munich-Freising in Leutstetten, a district of Starnberg. It is consecrated to St. Alto, who worked as a hermit in the 8th century in the area of today's Altomünster.
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