22 Sights in Weimar, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Weimar, 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 22 sights are available in Weimar, Germany.

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1. Musentempel

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The muse temple with a Kalliope by Martin Gottlieb Klauer on a square base in the middle was built in 1803 in the 21 hectare castle park at Weimar. The fact that Klauer says Kalliope and not Polyhymnia emerges from his toreutics catalog. The polyhymnia also has a lyra for him, but the Kalliope with the same posture as the one in Tiefurt, on the other hand. In addition to the tea house, it is one of the most important components of the Parkkarchitecture of Tiefur. However, he had already prompted Anna Amalia and built in 1784 to remind ancient tibur. Previously, the figure group Kaunos and Byblis, which was also created by Martin Gottlieb Klauer in 1780. This is a copy of this group after a cast from the Mannheim anti -navigation room, which Anna Amalia ordered from Johann Heinrich Merck. This group of figures came to the Herzogin-Anna-Amalia library in 1807.

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2. Ochsenauge (Leutraquelle)

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The Leutra sources are three karst and fault sources of the Leutra in the park on the Ilm in Weimar. The source is on the right of the ILM south of the Sternbrücke. At the end of the 18th century, two of the sources were artistically designed as Sphinx grotto and as a so -called ox eye. The Sphinx grotto was built in 1784 by Duke Carl August von Martin Gottlieb Klauer, who created it after designs by Georg Melchior Kraus. The ensemble is one of the oldest facilities in the park and is now part of the World Heritage Site "Classical Weimar".

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3. Goethe-Schiller-Denkmal

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The original Goethe–Schiller Monument is in Weimar, Germany. It incorporates Ernst Rietschel's 1857 bronze double statue of Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749–1832) and Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805), who are probably the two most revered figures in German literature. The monument has been described "as one of the most famous and most beloved monuments in all of Germany" and as the beginning of a "cult of the monument". Dozens of monuments to Goethe and to Schiller were built subsequently in Europe and the United States.

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4. Russisch Orthodoxe Kirche

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The Russian Orthodox Chapel is a funerary chapel built in Weimar in 1860 for Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia. It was constructed in the Historical Cemetery behind the Weimarer Fürstengruft, to which it is connected by an underground passage. Maria Pavlovna's coffin is located in the passage, with her husband Charles Frederick's coffin placed directly beside it. A spiral staircase leads to another underground connection to the Fürstengruft, though this is now closed by a metal plate.

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5. Museum für Ur-und Frühgeschichte Thüringens

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The Thuringia Museum of Prehistoric and Early History in Weimar combines a museum with 1,000 square meters of exhibition space under one roof with the Thuringia Monuments Conservation and Archaeology Office, which is the museum's sponsor. (2) Thuringia Museum of Prehistoric and Early History is Thuringia Museum of Prehistoric and Early History. The address of the museum is: Humboldtstraße 11, 994 23 Weimar.

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6. Hetzerhalle

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Hetzerhallen is a pillarless hall on the interior with a roof structure made of glued wood, or a pillarless hall on the interior with a roof structure made of glued wood, a roof structure made of glued wood, and a roof structure made of glued wood. It is named after Karl Friedrich Otto Hetzer (1846-1911), the inventor of its roof or hall structure and carpenter and entrepreneur of Grand Duke Weimar Court.

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7. Wittumspalais

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Wittumspalais is a museum in Weimar, Germany, managed by Klassik Stiftung Weimar. The building was the residence of the widow of Duchess Anna Amaria for many years, and during her lifetime it was the epicenter of Weimar social and literary life. It is located between Theaterplatz, Schillerstraße, Zeughof and Geleitstraße. The passage from there through the Franciscan monastery is known as Am Palais.

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8. Christoph Martin Wieland

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Christoph Martin Wieland Ferdinand Jagemann / Public domain

Christoph Martin Wieland was a German poet and writer. He is best-remembered for having written the first Bildungsroman, as well as the epic Oberon, which formed the basis for Carl Maria von Weber's opera of the same name. His thought was representative of the cosmopolitanism of the German Enlightenment, exemplified in his remark: "Only a true cosmopolitan can be a good citizen."

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9. Stadtkirche St. Peter und Paul

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The church of St Peter and Paul in Weimar, Germany, is also known as Herderkirche after Johann Gottfried Herder. It is the most important church building of the town, and is called Stadtkirche, opposed to the courtly Schloßkirche. It has been the church of a Lutheran parish since 1525, after the Reformation. The church is part of the World Heritage Site Classical Weimar.

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10. Haus am Horn

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The Haus am Horn is a domestic house in Weimar, Germany, designed by Georg Muche. It was built for the Bauhaus Werkschau exhibition which ran from July to September 1923. It was the first building based on Bauhaus design principles, which revolutionized 20th century architectural and aesthetic thinking and practice

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11. Kreuzkirche

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The Evangelical-Lutheran Kreuzkirche in Weimar has been part of the local Evangelical Lutheran parish since 1928, and since 2009 a community of the Evangelical Church in Central Germany. Sacral building was originally consecrated in 1899 as the Church of Michael and All Angels of the Church of England.

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12. Schiller-Museum und Schillers Wohnhaus

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Weimar Schiller House is a museum of Weimar Krasik Foundation, located in the former residence of Friedrich Schiller (1759-1805). In 1988, the new building of Schiller Museum was built behind the residential building and is now used for special and temporary exhibitions of Weimar Krasik Foundation.

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13. Goethe-National-Museum/Goethes Wohnhaus

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Goethe-National-Museum/Goethes Wohnhaus Owron / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Goethe-Nationalmuseum is a museum devoted to the German author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, in the town of Weimar in Germany. It was founded on 8 August 1885 as a result of the will of Goethe's last living heir, his grandson Walther von Goethe, who left the Goethe House to the state.

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14. St. Georg

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St. George's Village Church is located in Ulla, Nohras District, Grammetal City, Weimar Region, Thuringia. The Parish of Ulla belongs to Kirchengemeindeververband Niederzimmern (Kirchengemeindeververband Niederzimmern) in the Weimar district of the Protestant Church in central Germany.

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15. Herz-Jesu-Kirche

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The Herz-Jesu Church is the parish church of the Catholic parish of Weimar in Paul-Schneider-Straße 1. It is the seat of the Weimar dean's office in the diocese of Erfurt. The former Lottenmühle at Paul-Schneider-Straße 3 is the seat of the parish office of this church.

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16. Ilmpark

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The Park an der Ilm is a large Landschaftspark in Weimar, Thuringia. It was created in the 18th century, influenced by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and has not been changed much, preserving a park of the period. It forms part of the World Heritage Site "Classical Weimar".

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17. Fürstengruft

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The Klassik Stiftung Weimar is one of the largest and most significant cultural institutions in Germany. It owns more than 20 museums, palaces, historic houses and parks, as well as literary and art collections, a number of which are World Heritage Sites.

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18. Sankt Christophorus

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St. Christopher Lutheran Church is located in Tiefurt District of Weimar City, Thuringia. It belongs to Weimar Parish in Weimar Church District of Protestant Church in central Germany, and has close ties with Tift Castle in history.

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19. Jakobskirche

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St. Jacob's Church in Weimar is a baroque church building. John Wolfgang von Goethe married Christian Vapius in her sacred chamber. Related Jacob cemeteries include the graves of Lucas Cranach and Friedrich Schiller.

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20. Goethes Gartenhaus

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Goethes Gartenhaus Der ursprünglich hochladende Benutzer war Georg Jäger in der Wikipedia auf Deutsch / Public domain

Goethe's garden house in Weimaylm River Park is the home and workplace of John Wolfgang von Goethe. It has been part of the "Classical Weimar" ensemble since 1998 and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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21. Viehauktionshalle

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The cattle auction hall was a listed market and event hall in the city of Weimar in Thuringia in the immediate vicinity of Weimar's Hetzerhallen. It was built in 1926 and destroyed by a fire in April 2015.

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22. Schloss Tiefurt

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Tiefurt House is a small stately home on the Ilm river in the Tiefurt quarter of Weimar, about 4km east of the city centre. It was the summer residence of duchess Anna Amalia of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.

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Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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