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The Martin Luther Church is a Protestant church consecrated in 1957 in Bestenheid, a district of the city of Wertheim in northern Baden-Württemberg. The church is part of the parish of Wertheim, which is assigned to the Evangelical church district of Wertheim. It is mainly frequented by immigrant workers of the Thuringian glass industry and has an important window work by Charles Crodel of two choir windows, eight nave windows and a gallery window painted in 1964. The right choir window, the glassblowing window, unfolds the Bible text I am the vine. You are the branches. to a picture of glassmaking art with bird-shaped glass tree decorations and fish-shaped glass lamps, as they also illuminate the nave.
2. Grafschaftsmuseum Wertheim
The Grafschaftsmuseum Wertheim und Otto-Modersohn-Kabinett is the former historical museum for the city and county of Wertheim in the former Klinkards- und Rankenhof Wertheim in the Main-Tauber district in Baden-Württemberg. The Wertheim County Museum comprises the collections of the city of Wertheim and the Wertheim Historical Association. It protects and cares for cultural products that originated on the territory of the former County of Wertheim, were used here or have a substantive connection to the landscape, culture or history of the region.
3. Klosterkirche Mariä Himmelfahrt
Bronnbach Abbey, later also Schloss Bronnbach, is a former Cistercian abbey founded in 1151, the 326th of the Order. The building complex – located in the lower Tauber valley – is now located on the territory of the town of Wertheim in the hamlet of Bronnbach within the boundaries of the village of Reicholzheim in the Main-Tauber district in Baden-Württemberg. The Cistercian monastery emerged from Bronnbach Castle, which can no longer be located.
4. Jakobskirche (Wehrkirche)
The Evangelical Jakobskirche in Urphar, a district of Wertheim in the Main-Tauber district in Baden-Württemberg, is a Romanesque choir tower church. The frescoes of a unknown painter working in the Jakobskirche and in two other churches gave him the emergency name Master of Urphar. The church is part of the Bettingen-Urphar-Lindelbach parish, which is assigned to the Protestant church district of Wertheim.
5. St. Venantius
St. Venantius is the Roman Catholic parish church of Wertheim in the Main-Tauber-Kreis, 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 18 May.
The glass museum in the Franconian town of Wertheim in Baden-Württemberg at the confluence of the Tauber and Main rivers presents and documents the history and application of glass from antiquity to the high-tech products of the present. Founded in 1976, the museum covers 650 m² of exhibition space and receives about 16,000 visitors annually.
Reicholzheim is a town in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. It is located in the Tauber valley at the foothills of the Odenwald and the quiet forests of the Spessart on the banks of the Tauber river near the mouth of the Tauber into the Main river. Reicholzheim had 1,450 inhabitants in 2003.
8. Schlösschen im Hofgarten
The Schlösschen im Hofgarten, also called Hofgartenschlösschen, in Wertheim's Hofgarten district is a small Rococo-style palace with park built in 1777. The castle is located on the through road from Eichel via Hofgarten to Wertheim on the left side.
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.
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