8 Sights in Stendal, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Stendal, 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 8 sights are available in Stendal, Germany.List of cities in GermanySightseeing Tours in Stendal
1. Theater der Altmark
The Theater der Altmark, abbreviated TdA, officially also Landestheater Sachsen-Anhalt Nord, is a theater in the Altmark based in Stendal. It is a state stage with its own acting ensemble and productions in the fields of drama, children's and youth theatre, puppetry and music theatre. It employs around 70 people and shows around 20 productions in over 500 performances per season. More than 65,000 spectators are reached annually.
2. Sankt Annen
Sankt Anna Church is a Catholic church in Stendal, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The church, named after St. Anne, the mother of Mary, is located in the monk's churchyard. It is the seat of the parish of St. Anna and the seat of the Deanery of Stendal, which is the northernmost in the Diocese of Magdeburg and the largest deanery in Germany.
3. Dom Sankt Nikolaus
St. Nicholas Cathedral, Stendal is a brick Gothic church on the edge of the Old City of Stendal, in the Altmark of Saxony-Anhalt (Sachsen-Anhalt), Germany. The church, now affiliated with the Protestant (Lutheran) Evangelical Church in Germany, is famous for its large complement of late-medieval stained-glass windows.
4. Alte Dorfkirche
The Old Village Church of Röxe is a Protestant church in the village of Röxe in Altmark, Saxony-Anhalt. The church is now used as a cemetery chapel. The village's diocese has now been incorporated into Stendahl, using the new Röxe village church built in 1904/05.
5. Kaufhaus Ramelow
The department store Ramelow in Stendal in Saxony-Anhalt is a fashion house of modernism built in 1929/30. The house is located on Breite Straße at Winckelmannplatz. It was opened in April 1930 by the Ramelow company, founded in Klütz in 1872.
6. St. Petri
The St. Petri church in Stendal is an Protestant city church in the style of brick Gothic. It belongs to the Stendal church district of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany and stands in the northwest corner of the old town of Stendal.
7. St. Jacobi
The church of St. Jacobi in Stendal is a Protestant town church in the style of brick Gothic. It belongs to the church district of Stendal of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany and stands in the northern part of Stendal city centre.
8. Uenglinger Tor
The Uenglinger Tor is next to the Tangermünder Tor one of the surviving city gates of Stendal. It received its present form in the late Middle Ages between 1450 and 1460. The tower has been a monument for over 200 years.
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