9 Sights in Wiesloch, Germany (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Wiesloch, 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 9 sights are available in Wiesloch, Germany.List of cities in GermanySightseeing Tours in Wiesloch
1. Wiesloch Feldbahn and Industrial Museum
The Verein Feldbahn- und Industriemuseum Wiesloch e. V. is a museum railway association in Wiesloch, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. dedicated to the preservation and operation of historic field and mine railways as well as machines from the former conveyor and production technology of the brick industry. It was founded in 2001 in a parked construction train car on the site of Tonwaren-Industrie-Wiesloch A. G. (TIW), which was shut down in 1989. Several times a year, driving days are organized, on which the museum is open and round trips are offered on the narrow-gauge tracks of the association.
Wikipedia: Feldbahn- & Industriemuseum Wiesloch (DE), Website
The Evangelical City Church is the church of the Petrusgemeinde in Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis in northwestern Baden-Württemberg. The church stands on foundations from the 11th century. The oldest components are the base of the tower and the Gothic choir. The nave has been extended several times over the course of time and the interior has been redesigned many times. The church has had its present simple interior since the last comprehensive renovation in 2001.
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. The city pharmacy was used in August 1888 as the "first petrol station in the world" by Bertha Benz.
4. St. Laurentius Kirche
St.-Laurentius-Kirche is a Catholic church in Wiesloch in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The church was built between 1745 and 1751 by Augustinian hermits and came into the possession of the Catholic parish in 1803, which expanded it in 1890/91. With its high-quality and uniform original furnishings, the church is one of the most important Baroque buildings of the former Electoral Palatinate.
5. Schloss Wiesloch
Wiesloch Castle was located in Wiesloch, a town in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The castle dates back to a medieval castle. After destruction in the War of the Palatine Succession, the ruinous complex was demolished except for the old keep. The current buildings, used for administrative purposes, date back to the 18th century.
6. Hospiz Agape
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.
Brunnengalerie of Wiesloch, located in Adenauerplatz in front of Laurentiuskirche, displays seven objects by different artists in and beside a fountain within the artistic framework of public space. The ensemble was performed in 2007/08 by Bürgerstiftung Kunst für Wiesloch E.V. Division. Arrange.
8. Altes Forstamt
The Old Forestry Office 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.
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.
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