7 Sights in Starnberg, Germany (with Map and Images)
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1. Bucentaurpark „Schiffswiesen“ mit Planetenweg
The Bucentaur was a luxury ship of the Bavarian Elector on Lake Starnberger. It is the largest boating in German inland waters and has been a traditional boating since the mid-15th century. At the beginning of the 20th century, ships of Bavarian rulers cruised on Lake Staenberg. Built between 1662 and 1664, the Bucentaur was modeled on the Bucintoro, the state vessel of the governor of Venice. Bavaria's Busentor served Baroque splendor, and the Wittelsbach family hosted days of sea festivals and hunting to compete with Europe's other great royals. As a highlight, electors Max Emanuel and Carl Albrecht's water party was held against the backdrop of their great power politics.
2. Museum Starnberger See
The Museum Starnberger See is a museum of cultural history in the Upper Bavarian district town of Starnberg. It is one of the tourist attractions of the Starnberg Fünfseenland. On the basis of outstanding exhibits, it tells of the diverse use of Lake Starnberg over the centuries. From the courtly festivals of the Bavarian ruling house, which focused on the magnificent ship Bucentaur (built in 1662), to the colonization of the region by Munich citizens, to the simple life of fishermen and farmers, the museum covers the entire social spectrum.
3. Villa Rustica Leutstetten
The villa rustica near Leutstetten is the archaeological site of a Roman estate (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 courtyard, the finds from a well and the grave inscription from the Leutstetten branch church of St. Alto are of scientific interest.
4. Burgstall Karlsburg
Burgstall Karlsburg, also known as Karlsberg, is an abandoned hilltop castle at an altitude of 633 meters. NHN is located above the Würmtal Valley, about 750 meters northwest of St. Alto Branch Church in Leutstetten, Starnberg District, Upper Bavaria. This unique ridge is likely to have been inhabited in prehistoric times and developed into one of the largest castles in the region in the late Middle Ages.
5. Mariä Heimsuchung
Mary's search, the Catholic parish church in Perchting, was rebuilt after a fire between 1768 and 1774 in the style of the Rococo. The church, which is magnificently equipped inside, belongs to the diocese of Augsburg. The patronal feast is the Feast of the Mariä Visitation on July 2nd. The church and the surrounding cemetery are listed.
6. Schloss Leutstetten
Leutstetten Castle stands in Leutstetten near Starnberg on a hill above the Leutstetten moss. A small, fermented park belongs to the listed facility in the Renaissance style. The castle and park are not accessible to the public.
7. St. Peter und Paul
St. Peter and Paul is a branch church in the district of Rieden, which belongs to Starnberg. The late Gothic church underwent changes and additions of different centuries. The church is a listed building.
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