8 Sights in Wangerland, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Wangerland, 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 Wangerland, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Wangerland

1. Info-Camp Elisabethgrodendeich

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The coastal protection camp Elisabethgrodendeich is an information facility for coastal protection on the Frisian North Sea coast and is located on the Elisabethgrodendeich north of the village Friederikensiel in the municipality of Wangerland in Lower Saxony. The centrepiece of the coastal protection camp is an approximately ten-metre-high viewing hill, which offers a wide view over the Elisabethgroden, the ElisabethAußengroden and the Wadden Sea to the island of Wangerooge. Display boards explain the construction of and coastal protection in the former Harle Bay.

Wikipedia: Küstenschutz-Camp Elisabethgrodendeich (DE)

2. St. Elisabeth

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The St. Elisabeth Church in Westrum is the church of what was once the smallest parish in Jeverland. Parts of it probably date from the middle of the 13th century. In 1420 the church was largely destroyed and then rebuilt in a modified form. Since 1532 it has served the Evangelical Lutheran community of the Warfendorf Westrum as a place of worship. Today it is one of the two churches of the Evangelical Lutheran community of Waddewarden-Westrum, which belongs to the Oldenburg Regional Church, and one of thirteen stations of the Wangerland pilgrimage route.

Wikipedia: St.-Elisabeth-Kirche_(Westrum) (DE)

3. Kirche zum Heiligen Kreuz

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The Church of the Holy Cross in the Wangerland village of Pakens is the church of the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Pakens-Hooksiel. The church, which was built at the beginning of the late Middle Ages in Romanesque style, stands on the elevated western end of a former sea dike. It is one of thirteen stations on the Wangerland Pilgrimage Route.

Wikipedia: Kirche zum Heiligen Kreuz (Pakens) (DE)

4. St. Johanneskirche

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St. John's Church is a Protestant church in Waddewarden in the municipality of Wangerland. The hall church on a mound from the 13th century is a station on the Wangerland pilgrimage route. Worth seeing are the baptismal font from the 13th century and the carvings of the altarpiece and the pulpit from the Baroque period.

Wikipedia: St.-Johannes-Kirche (Waddewarden) (DE)

5. Ev.-luth. Kirche Wüppels

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Wüppels Evangelical Lutheran Church is one of two places of worship in Wangerland St. Joost/Wüppels Parish and a stop on the Wangerland pilgrimage. She was from the late 13th century. It is one of the oldest churches in Friesland. The church of Wüppels was first mentioned in 1350. Earlier patrols are unknown.

Wikipedia: Evangelisch-lutherische Kirche Wüppels (DE)

6. St. Cosmas- und Damiankirche

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Cosmas and Damian is a church building in the village of Wiarden in the municipality of Wangerland in the district of Friesland in Lower Saxony. Wiarden belongs to the Friesland-Wilhelmshaven church district of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Oldenburg.

Wikipedia: St. Cosmas und Damian (Wiarden) (DE)

7. Wasserturm Hohenkirchen

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The Wasserturm Hohenkirchen is a water tower built in 1934 on the southwestern edge of Hohenkirchen in the municipality of Wangerland. The clinker brick building designed by Fritz Höger made of Bockhorn clinker bricks is the landmark of Hohenkirchen.

Wikipedia: Wasserturm Hohenkirchen (DE)

8. St. Sixtus- und Siniciuskirche

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Sixtus and Sinicius is a listed church in Hohenkirchen in the municipality of Wangerland in Lower Saxony, Germany. The late Romanesque granite ashlar church was built in the 12th century.

Wikipedia: St. Sixtus und Sinicius (DE)


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