6 Sights in Warstein, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Warstein, 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 6 sights are available in Warstein, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Warstein

1. Pfarrkirche St. Margaretha

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Pfarrkirche St. Margaretha Magnus Gertkemper / CC BY-SA 2.0 de

The Pfarrkirche St. Margaretha is a Baroque-style church building in Sichtigvor, a district of the town of Warstein in the district of Soest (North Rhine-Westphalia). It is the parish church of the Catholic parish of Mülheim, which includes the Warstein districts of Mülheim, Sichtigvor and Waldhausen. In addition, it was until 1809 the church of the Teutonic Knights Mülheim.

Wikipedia: St. Margaretha (Sichtigvor) (DE)

2. Städt. Museum Haus Kupferhammer

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Städt. Museum Haus Kupferhammer Stefan Didam - Schmallenberg / CC BY-SA 3.0

Today, Haus Kupferhammer is the cultural centre of Warstein. Since 1962, the Municipal Museum has been located here, for more than 50 years the renowned Kupferhammer concerts have taken place in the house and recently Haus Kupferhammer has been the venue for regularly changing exhibitions and various lectures from different fields of knowledge.

Wikipedia: Haus Kupferhammer (DE)

3. Kettenschmiedemuseum Sichtigvor

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Kettenschmiedemuseum Sichtigvor Magnus Gertkemper / CC BY-SA 2.0 de

In the Chain Forging Museum in the Warstein district of Sichtvor, the handmade production of chains is shown, as it used to be practiced by chain smiths. It is a replica of a small home forge, as they were operated from 1840 to 1970 often as a main or secondary occupation by residents of Sichtvors and other places in the valley of the Möhne.

Wikipedia: Kettenschmiedemuseum Sichtigvor (DE), Website

4. Ehem. Deutschordenkommende

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The Teutonic Order of Mülheim in Sichtvor was founded between 1266 and 1268. It existed until secularization in 1809 and fell first to Hesse-Darmstadt and in 1816 to the Prussian state. Later, the buildings were used by different orders for different purposes.

Wikipedia: Deutschordenskommende Mülheim (DE), Architect Wikipedia

5. Massaker im Arnsberger Wald

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The Arnsberg Forest massacre was a series of mass extrajudicial killings of 208 forced labourers and POWs (Ostarbeiter), mainly of Russian and Polish descent, by Nazi troops under the command of Hans Kammler from 20 to 23 March 1945.

Wikipedia: Arnsberg Forest massacre (EN)

6. Bilsteinhöhle

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The Bilstein Cave is a cave system in the Arnsberg Forest Nature Park in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. In addition to the show cave, there are other cave parts, some of which are connected to the show cave.

Wikipedia: Bilsteinhöhle (DE), Website


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