8 Sights in Wiesloch, Germany (with Map and Images)

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 8 sights are available in Wiesloch, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Wiesloch

1. Stadtapotheke

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Stadtapotheke Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

The city pharmacy in Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar district in northern Baden-Württemberg dates back to the 18th century. The pharmacist Johann Philipp Bronner (1792–1864), who ran the pharmacy from 1816, gained his first supra-regional importance. He was considered an important pioneer of viticulture in Baden and had the present building built in 1858. The city pharmacy was used in August 1888 as the "first petrol station in the world" by Bertha Benz.

Wikipedia: Stadt-Apotheke (Wiesloch) (DE)

2. Stadtkirche

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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.

Wikipedia: Evangelische Stadtkirche (Wiesloch) (DE)

3. St. Laurentius Kirche

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St. Laurentius Kirche Rudolf Stricker / Attribution

St. Lawrence Church is a Catholic church in Westloch, Rhine-Neckar District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Built between 1745 and 1751 by the Hermit of Augustine, the church became the property of the Catholic diocese in 1803 and was expanded in 1890/91. With its high quality and uniform original decoration, the church is one of the most important Baroque buildings of former elector Faratina.

Wikipedia: St. Laurentius (Wiesloch) (DE)

4. Schloss Wiesloch

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Schloss Wiesloch peter schmelzle / CC BY-SA 3.0

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.

Wikipedia: Schloss Wiesloch (DE)

5. Hospiz Agape

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Hospiz Agape peter schmelzle / CC BY-SA 3.0

The beer cellar in Wiesloch is a listed historic building, which was opened in 1909 as a tourist restaurant and, after an eventful history as a dormitory, apartment building, courthouse and asylum seeker accommodation, has been home to the Agape hospice sponsored by the Dietmar Hopp Foundation since 2008.

Wikipedia: Bierkeller (Wiesloch) (DE)

6. Brunnengalerie

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The Brunnengalerie in Wiesloch on Adenauerplatz in front of the Laurentiuskirche presents seven objects by various artists in and around 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.

Wikipedia: Brunnengalerie (Wiesloch) (DE)

7. Altes Forstamt

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The old forestry bureau is an art nouveau building in Wisloch, Rhine-Necka District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. From 1903 to 1998, it was a forestry office with the office director's apartment, which became privately owned in 2003.

Wikipedia: Altes Forstamt (Wiesloch) (DE)

8. Pankratiuskapelle

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Pankratiuskapelle peter schmelzle / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Pankratiuskapelle in Altwiesloch, a district of Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis in Baden-Württemberg, is a historic church building, the oldest parts of which probably date back to the 14th century.

Wikipedia: Pankratiuskapelle (Altwiesloch) (DE)

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