5 Sights in Windeck, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Windeck, 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 5 sights are available in Windeck, Germany.

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1. Thingplatz Herchen

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The Thingplatz in Windeck-Herchen contained a National Socialist memorial to memory of the fallen of the First World War. In the rotunda still preserved today, the inscription "born as a German - lived as a fighter - as a hero - can be read as a herb" as a people "; The plates with the names of the fallen are no longer available underneath. The Thingplatz built on a mountain spur over the village was built in 1934 and corresponds to the large -scale National Socialist architectural style. In the period of National Socialism, party and school events took place on May 1st and on Hitler's birthday after a major inauguration.

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2. Gedenkstehle

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The Jewish cemetery Eitorf is a Jewish cemetery in Eitorf, a municipality in the Rhein-Sieg district in southern North Rhine-Westphalia. In 1983 the cemetery on Ersfeld was listed and included in the list of historical parks worth preserving. On November 2, 2008, a memorial was built in the Jewish cemetery.

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3. St. Patricius

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St. Patricius Olbertz 17:02, 15. Jul. 2011 (CEST) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Roman Catholic parish church of St. Patricius is a listed church building in Eitorf, a municipality in the Rhein-Sieg district (North Rhine-Westphalia). The parish of St. Patricius is subordinate to the patronal feast of St. Patrick of Ireland and belongs to the Archdiocese of Cologne.

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4. Evangelische Kirche Herchen

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The Herson Evangelical Church, located in Windeck Parish, Rhine-Siegel District, North Rhine-Westphalia, was built in 1878 and enshrined in 1879. Due to financial difficulties, the tower was not completed until 1885.

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5. St. Peter

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The parish church of St. Peter Herchen was first mentioned in 1131 and confirmed by Pope Innocent II to the Bonn Cassiusstift as ten. It is not well known when the first and/or the current church was built.

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