Here you can find interesting sights in Wiesloch, 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 10 sights are available in Wiesloch, Germany.Back to the list of cities in Germany
1. Gurs-Gedenkstein Meckesheim
Gurs internment camp [ɡyʁs] was an internment camp and prisoner of war camp constructed in 1939 in Gurs, a site in southwestern France, not far from Pau. The camp was originally set up by the French government after the fall of Catalonia at the end of the Spanish Civil War to control those who fled Spain out of fear of retaliation from Francisco Franco's regime. At the start of World War II, the French government interned 4,000 German Jews as "enemy aliens", along with French socialist political leaders and those who opposed the war with Germany.
The city pharmacy in Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar district in northern Baden-Württemberg goes back to the 18th century. The pharmacist Johann Philipp Bronner (1792–1864), who led the pharmacy from 1816, became the first national importance. He was considered an important pioneer of viticulture in Baden and had today's building built in 1858. In August 1888, the city pharmacy became famous as the "first petrol station in the world".
The Protestant City Church is St. Peter's Parish Church in Westloch, Rhine-Neckar District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The church was built on 11th century foundations. The oldest buildings are the tower and the Gothic choir. Over time, the nave was enlarged several times and the interior redesigned several times. Since its last comprehensive renovation in 2001, the church has maintained its modest interior today.
4. St. Laurentius Kirche
The St. Laurentius Church is a Catholic church in Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar district in northwestern Baden-Württemberg. The church was built between 1745 and 1751 by Augustiner-Einemite and came into the possession of the Catholic parish in 1803, which it had expanded in 1890/91. With its quality and uniform original equipment, the church is one of the important baroque buildings of the former spa.
5. Schloss Wiesloch
Wiesloch Castle was in Wiesloch, a city in the Rhein-Neckar district in Baden-Württemberg. The castle goes back to a medieval castle. After destruction in the Palatinate War of Succession, the ruinous complex was demolished to the old mountain. Today's buildings used for administrative purposes date from the 18th century.
6. Hospiz Agape
Bierkeller in Wiesloch is a historic building that opened as a tourist site in 1909 and has been home to the Agape Hospice, sponsored by the Dietmar Hopp Foundation since 2008, after an eventful period as a dormitory, apartment building, courthouse building and shelter for asylum seekers.
The Fountain Gallery in Wiesloch on Adenauerplatz in front of the Laurentiuskirche presents seven objects by different artists in and near a fountain as part of art in public space. The installation of the ensemble was initiated in 2007/08 by the Bürgerstiftung Kunst für Wiesloch e. V.
8. Altes Forstamt
The Alte Forstamt is a listed Art Nouveau building in Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It served from 1903 to 1998 as a forestry office with the apartment of the head of the office and came into private ownership in 2003.
9. Kath. Kirche St. Gallus
St. Gallus Catholic Diocese Church, located in Baltar, Wesloch District, Rhine-Neka District, Baden-Württemberg, was built in 1912/13. The Diocese of St. Gallus is a diocese of the Catholic pastoral unit Wiesloch-Dielheim.
Pankratiuskapelle in Altwiesloch is a historic church building in the Wiesloch district of the Rhine-Neckar district of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, with the oldest part dating back to the 14th century.
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