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

Here you can find interesting sights in Wertheim, 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 6 sights are available in Wertheim, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Wertheim

1. Grafschaftsmuseum Wertheim

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Wertheim County Museum and Otto Modsson Cabinet are former historical museums in the former cities of Klinkard and Rankenhoff Wertheim and Wertheim County in the Main-Taub district of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The Wertheim County Museum includes the collection of the City of Wertheim and the Wertheim Historical Society. V. It protects and cultivates cultural products produced in the territory of the former County of Wertheim, used here or related to the landscape, culture or history of the area.

Wikipedia: Grafschaftsmuseum Wertheim und Otto-Modersohn-Kabinett (DE)

2. Selimiye Camii Wertheim

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Since 2009, the Selimiye Mosque in the Reinhardshof district of Wertheim has been an Islamic house of prayer for mainly Muslims of Turkish origin. The official name of the mosque is Selimiye Camii Wertheim in Turkish. It bears its name in memory of the "Sultan's Mosque in Edirne". The mosque is operated by the Mosque Association Turkish-Islamic Community of Wertheim e. V., which is a member of the umbrella organization DİTİB.

Wikipedia: Selimiye-Moschee Wertheim (DE)

3. St. Venantius

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St. Venantius Dem Zwickelbert sei Frau / Public domain

St. Venantius is the Roman Catholic parish church of Wertheim in the Main-Tauber district, built between 1840 and 1842. The municipality is assigned to the Archdiocese of Freiburg. The church bears the patronage of the youthful martyr Venantius of Camerino, who was executed by beheading during the persecution of Christians under the Roman Emperor Decius. His feast day is May 18.

Wikipedia: St. Venantius (Wertheim) (DE)

4. Glasmuseum

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The Glass Museum, located in the small town of Wertheim, Franconia, Baden-Württemberg, at the confluence of the Taub and Main rivers, displays and records the history and application of glass as a material, high-tech products from ancient times to today. Founded in 1976, the museum has 650 square meters of exhibition space and about 16,000 visitors a year.

Wikipedia: Glasmuseum Wertheim (DE)

5. Schlösschen im Hofgarten

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The Schlösschen im Hofgarten, also called Hofgartenschlösschen, in the Wertheim district of Hofgarten is a small rococo-style castle with park built in 1777. The castle is located on the thoroughfare from Eichel via Hofgarten to Wertheim on the left side.

Wikipedia: Schlösschen im Hofgarten (DE)

6. Stiftskirche

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Wertheim is a town in southwestern Germany, in the state of Baden-Württemberg with a population of around 23,400. It is located on the confluence of the rivers Tauber and Main. Wertheim is best known for its landmark castle and medieval town centre.

Wikipedia: Wertheim am Main (EN)

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