5 Sights in Werbach, Germany (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Werbach, 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 5 sights are available in Werbach, Germany.

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The Way of the Cross to the Liebfrauenbrunn pilgrimage chapel near Werbach in the Main-Tauber district in Baden-Württemberg is located on the Welzbachtal cycle path between the municipality of Werbach and its district of Werbachhausen. The exact author is not known. The Kreuzwegstations were cast by a company from the Würzburg area, which also cast the stations of the Schweinberg Kreuzweges and the stations of the obvious vaccinated man from the cross.

Wikipedia: Kreuzweg zur Wallfahrtskapelle Liebfrauenbrunn (DE)

2. Liebfrauenbrunnkapelle

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The Roman Catholic pilgrimage chapel Liebfrauenbrunn between Werbach and Werbachhausen was first built in the 15th century in late Gothic style. The present chapel was built in 1902 and is consecrated to the mother of pain. It is a well-known pilgrimage chapel.

Wikipedia: Wallfahrtskapelle Liebfrauenbrunn (DE)

3. Gamburg

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The Gamburg ob der Tauber, today officially Gamburg Castle and Castle Park, also known as Gamburg Castle, is a 12th-century summit castle in Gamburg, a district of the municipality of Werbach in the Main-Tauber district in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Wikipedia: Burg_Gamburg (DE), Website

4. St. Maria

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The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Maria was built in 1823 and is located in Wenkheim in the Main-Tauber district in Baden-Württemberg. The church is dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God, and the patron saint's day is August 15th.

Wikipedia: St._Maria_(Wenkheim) (DE)

5. Unteres Schloss

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The lower Gamburg Castle is a former Freihof on the Taubertalrand in Gamburg near Werbach in Baden-Württemberg. The term lower castle was created to distinguish from Gamburg Castle, also known as the Oberes Castle.

Wikipedia: Unteres Schloss Gamburg (DE)


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