7 Sights in Treuchtlingen, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Treuchtlingen, 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 7 sights are available in Treuchtlingen, Germany.

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1. Schloss Treuchtlingen

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The Treuchtlingen city palace is a Renaissance castle in Treuchtlingen in the Middle Franconian district of Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen. The city palace is also historically referred to as the lower Veste, based on the upper Veste further above. The building is entered in the Bavarian list of monuments as a monument under the monument number D-5-77-173-23. The address is Heinrich-Aurnhammer-Straße 3 and 5. The castle is the birthplace of Gottfried Heinrich zu Pappenheim, a general of the Thirty Years' War. The quote from the drama of Wallenstein's death of Friedrich von Schiller is cozy on him: "I recognize my Pappenheimer".

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2. St. Willibald

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St. Willibald KBWEi in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch / Public domain

St. Willie Boulder Church is a Lutheran church in Schambach, Truhtringen City, Weisenberg-Gonsenhausen District, Bavaria, Germany. It is located in the office of the Evangelical Lutheran Dean in Pappenheim. The building is listed in the list of Bavarian monuments, numbered D-5-77-173-136. Medieval and early modern features of the church and its predecessor are also registered as ground monuments. The postal address is Zum Wirtsbuck 1. = = reference = = = = external link = = Willibald von Eichstätt.

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3. St. Lambertus

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The St. Lambertus chapel is a Roman Catholic branch church in Treuchtlingen in the Middle Franconian district of Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen. The chapel is the oldest church in Treuchtlingen and was the main church of Treuchtlingen until the Treuchtlinger line was extended. The church has the address Heinrich-Aurnhammer-Straße 2. The building is entered in the Bavarian list of monuments under the monument number D-5-77-173-21.

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4. St. Gunthildis

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St. Gontierdes Chapel is a medieval pilgrimage chapel, a newly built universal chapel, located in Suffersham District, Weisenberg-Gonsenhausen District, Bavaria. Because of the shape of the new building, it is also called "God's Snail House". It is located on the edge of Lohleite Forest, west of Suffersheim, above the Schambach River.

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5. Denkmalslok

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The express train locomotive 01 220 is a steam locomotive that is set up as a technical monument in Treuchtlingen in the Middle Franconian district of Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen. The locomotive is entered in the Bavarian list of monuments as a monument under the monument number D-5-77-173-47.

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6. Burgruine

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Treuchtlingen Castle, also known as "Obere Veste", is the ruins of a Spornburg castle above the town of Treuchtlingen in the Weissenburg-Gunzenhausen district of Bavaria, Germany. From 1975, "Fördergemeinschaft Burg Treuchtlingen E. V.".

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7. Nagelberg

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The Nagelberg is a 541.7 m above sea level. NHN high, forested mountain of the low mountain range of Franconian Alb near the city of Treuchtlingen in the Middle Franconian district of Weißenburg-Gunzenhausen.

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