61 Sights in Wuppertal, Germany (with Map and Images)

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1. Villa Carnap

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Villa Carnap Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Villa Carnap is a slate half-timbered house in Wuppertal-Ronsdorf in the residential district Ronsdorf-Mitte/Nord. It is located in the street In the Crimea, house number 42. The city villa is located "in the second row" about 50 meters from the street, is surrounded by tall trees and borders directly on the Ronsdorf facilities. The two-and-a-half-storey house was built in 1890 by Johannes Sebulon Carnap in the former Waldstraße. It is now a listed building and is inhabited. The villa has an almost rectangular floor plan with some bay windows and ornamental decorations on the window friezes and gabled ribs.

Wikipedia: Villa Carnap (DE)

2. Werther Brücke

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Werther Brücke Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Werther Bridge is a road bridge built in 1903 with two lanes over the Wupper in the Wuppertal district of Barmen. As part of the Heidter Berg road, it connects the left, southern bank of the Wupper river with the Barmer Werth between Wupper and Barmer Mühlengraben. The street then crosses the Höhne/Berliner Straße to the north and continues beyond this intersection as Bachstraße. The bridge is set up as a one-way street, in a northerly direction. The bridge is located in the immediate vicinity of the Werther Brücke suspension railway station, which is named after it.

Wikipedia: Werther Brücke (DE)

3. Bahnhofsempfangsgebäude Barmen

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Wuppertal-Barmen station is a station in the city of Wuppertal in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia on the Elberfeld–Dortmund railway. Its entrance building is protected as a monument. It was Barmen Hauptbahnhof prior to Barmen's incorporation in Wuppertal in 1929. Before the Second World War it was an important stop for express trains and had substantial freight traffic. Its importance declined after the war in favour of Oberbarmen and since the renaming of the Elberfeld station as Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof. The Opernhaus Wuppertal is nearby.

Wikipedia: Wuppertal-Barmen station (EN)

4. Dicke-Ibach-Treppe

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The Dicke-Ibach staircase is the Gründerzeit Freitreppenanlage in Wuppertal-Barmen and is also the entrance to Barmer Anlagen Ringeltal. The staircase leading to Joseph-Haydn-Straße and the country house on the east side of Ringeltal were donated in 1897 by Friedrich Wilhelm Dicke and Peter Adolph Rudolph Ibach, board members of Barmer Verschönerungsverein. The well-designed staircase construction method draws lessons from castle architecture and Gothic architecture, which is typical of public park architecture at that time.

Wikipedia: Dicke-Ibach-Treppe (DE)

5. Villa Espenlaub

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Espenlaub Villa is a villa in Wuppertal Bamen District, Germany. Rudolf-Ziersch-Straße 3 was built in Bauhaus style between 1926 and 1927, according to the plan of architect Hans Heinz Lüttgen. The client is a lawyer, Dr. Jur. Walter Fischer, who immigrated to Palestine in 1933. Later inhabitants were Gottlob Espenlaub, a pioneering airplane and automobile manufacturer. Since the 1980s, the villa has been owned by art historians and museum curators Hans Gunter Golinsky and Hans-Jürgen Schwerm, who also live there together.

Wikipedia: Villa Espenlaub (DE)

6. Friedhofskirche

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Friedhofskirche Die Autorenschaft wurde nicht in einer maschinell lesbaren Form angegeben. Es wird Thomas Wtal als Autor angenommen (basierend auf den Rechteinhaber-Angaben). / CC BY-SA 2.5

The cemetery church in Elberfeld is one of the largest churches in Wuppertal and the third oldest church built for the Reformed Church in Elberfeld. Important Reformed pastors such as the moderator of the Reformed League Hermann Albert Hesse or the church historian Hermann Klugkist Hesse officiated at it. With 1,020 seats, it is the second largest Protestant church in the Rhineland after the Constantine Basilica of Trier.

Wikipedia: Friedhofskirche (Wuppertal) (DE)

7. Bleicherhaus Tönnies

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Bleicherhaus Tönnies is a two-story residence located in theöhde district of Langerfeld-Beyenburg district of Wuppertal. The semi-timber house, built by the Tönnies family in 1712, was partially removed and covered with a gable roof. Compartments can be seen on the north and east facades. There are two large storerooms under the steep roof and a fireproof and burglar-proof yarn room on the northwest side.

Wikipedia: Bleicherhaus Tönnies (DE)

8. Steigerturm

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Steigerturm Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Ronsdorf Steigerturm is an architectural monument in the city of Ronsdorf in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Steigerturm is located on the former site of Ronsdorf Fire Station. On the left is the old section of the vehicle lobby, with parking spaces for two emergency vehicles. To the right of the tower is the former lounge of the fire brigade, which is now used by the youth fire brigade.

Wikipedia: Steigerturm Ronsdorf (DE)

9. Villa Seyd

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Villa Seyd Diese Grafik wurde mit Hugin erstellt. / CC BY-SA 2.5

Seyd Villa, located in the Uellendahl-Katernberg district of Wuppertal, Adalbert-Stifter-Weg 54, is one of the largest villas in Wuppertal. Built between 1897 and 1899, it was commissioned by manufacturer Carl Herman Said and designed by Alberfield architect Heinrich Planger. It was protected in December 1984 and is included in the list of monuments in the city of Wuppertal, numbered D227.

Wikipedia: Villa Seyd (DE)

10. Rott-Tunnel

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The Rott Tunnel is a 351 m long, listed former railway tunnel in Wuppertal. It is located on the Düsseldorf-Derendorf–Dortmund Süd railway, opened in 1879 and now closed, between Wuppertal-Loh station and Wuppertal-Rott station. Rott station was located directly at the eastern tunnel portal. It is one of seven tunnels on the section between Mettmann and Gevelsberg West station.

Wikipedia: Rott-Tunnel (DE)

11. Bleicherhaus Lüttringhaus

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The Bleicherhaus Lüttringhaus is a two-storey residential building with the address Öhder Straße 31 in the Wuppertal district langerfeld-Beyenburg in the district of Öhde. Built in 1718, the Bleicherhaus on a massive base in half-timbered construction is partially slated and covered with a gable roof. At the back, it was supplemented by a two-storey extension built in 1904.

Wikipedia: Bleicherhaus Lüttringhaus (DE)

12. St. Remigius

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St. Remigius is a Roman Catholic parish church in the Wuppertal Sonnborn district, and is also the St. A place of worship in the diocese of Remigius, a continuation of Wuppertal's oldest Christian diocese until the Reformation. It is part of the western parish community of Wuppertal, along with the Church of St Boniface, the Church of Mary Conception and the Church of St Ludeg.

Wikipedia: St. Remigius (Wuppertal) (DE)

13. Otto Graf von Bismarck

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Bismarck Monument, located in the then independent town of Bamen, was completed in 1902. Designed by Berlin sculptor Hugo Lederer, it originally stood in front of Old Bammer City Hall in Witstlarsen; In the year the new Bammer City Hall was built, it was moved to its present location in the autumn of 1921, in front of the Bammer Hall of Fame in Geschwister-Scholl-Platz.

Wikipedia: Bismarck-Denkmal (Barmen) (DE)

14. Lego-Brücke

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The Lego-Brücke is a concrete beam bridge which crosses over the Schwesterstraße in the North Rhine-Westphalian city of Wuppertal, Germany. In 2011, graffiti and street artist Martin Heuwold repainted the bridge in the style of Lego bricks, receiving national and international media attention for his work. The work was awarded the Deutscher Fassadenpreis in 2012.

Wikipedia: Lego-Brücke (EN)

15. Alte Kirche Langerfeld

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The Alte Kirche is a Protestant church in the district Langerfeld of Wuppertal. It is one of two churches of the Protestant congregation Langerfeld and is located between the Odoakerstraße and the Schwelmer Straße. It was built from 1768 to 1786; the first service took place on 24 September 1786, and was celebrated to the memory of Frederick II of Prussia.

Wikipedia: Alte Kirche (Wuppertal-Langerfeld) (EN)

16. Die starke Linke

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Die starke Linke Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Die starke Linke is a sculpture by the Austrian sculptor Alfred Hrdlicka, who died in 2009 in Wuppertal-Unterbarmen. It caused a local scandal until its installation because of the delayed completion and the exploded costs. Until the erection of the Engels Monument in 2014, the Hrdlicka sculpture was sometimes referred to as the Friedrich Engels Monument.

Wikipedia: Die starke Linke (DE)

17. Haus Goebel

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The Goebel House is a two-story residence in Spitzenstraße 5 in Wuppertal-Langerfeld, built in 1785, within the courtyard of the former Heilenbeck estate. It was built by Friedrich Kegman, Langerfeld's first surgeon. It has been the property of the Gobert family since 1849. In 1870, Buchbinderei Goebel was founded. Later, Goebel, a paperboard factory.

Wikipedia: Haus Goebel (DE)

18. Haspeler Brücke

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Haspeler Brücke is a road bridge on the Wuper River in the Wuppertal Bamen district of Germany. The steel bridge connects the north-right bank of Hofkamp and Hardtufer streets in the Haspeler Straße and Elberfeld districts south of the Unterbarmen Wuper River. Built in 1902-1903, this bridge is one of the oldest wooden bridges in Wuppertal.

Wikipedia: Haspeler Brücke (DE)

19. Lutherkirche Heidt

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The Luther Church is a Protestant church on The Upper Sehlhofstraße am Heidt in the Wuppertal district of Heckinghausen. As Lutherkirche Heidt, it is one of the last two remaining preaching sites of the Evangelical parish of Gemarke-Wupperfeld in Barmen after the closures of the Old Wupperfeld Church and the Hatzfeld Church.

Wikipedia: Lutherkirche (Barmen) (DE)

20. Auferstehungskirche Katernberg

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The Church of the Resurrection Katernberg is a Protestant church in the north of the Wuppertal district of Elberfeld. In addition to the cemetery church, the church on the Kolk, the community center Am Eckbusch and the Katernberger Vereinshaus, it is one of five places of worship of the Evangelical parish Elberfeld-Nord.

Wikipedia: Auferstehungskirche (Katernberg) (DE)

21. Gemarker Kirche

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The Gemarker Kirche is a Protestant church in the Wuppertal district of Barmen, where the Barmen Confessional Synod of the German Evangelical Church adopted the Barmen Theological Declaration, also known as the Barmen Confession, on 31 May 1934. This was the constituent Synod of the Confessing Church.

Wikipedia: Gemarker Kirche (DE)

22. Knopffabrik PSW

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The Knopffabrik PSW is a factory building in the Wuppertal residential quarter Sedansberg and is a monument according to § 2 Abs. 1 DSchG NRW. It is the production site of the Bielefeld companies Union Knopf GmbH and PSW-Knopf GmbH. The latter company also provides the common name Knopffabrik PSW.

Wikipedia: Knopffabrik PSW (DE)

23. Tageseinrichtung für Kinder

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Kaiserin-Augusta-Stift, located in the Arrenberg residential area in the Elberfeld-West district of Wuppertal, is a former Altenstift, built in 1895, then the independent town of Elberfeld. It was set up for working-class old, single and "impeccable" women who found shelter, food and supplies here.

Wikipedia: Kaiserin-Augusta-Stift (Wuppertal) (DE)

24. Küllenhahner Bahnhof

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Wuppertal-Küllenhahn station is a historic railway station in Wuppertal, Germany. The station building is located in the district of Cronenberg in the district of Küllenhahn and is located on the Wuppertal-Steinbeck–Wuppertal-Cronenberg railway, which opened on 1 April 1891 and closed in 1988.

Wikipedia: Bahnhof Wuppertal-Küllenhahn (DE)

25. CityKirche Elberfeld

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The Old Reformed Church is the oldest church in the Wuppertal district of Elberfeld. It is the successor building of the Catholic Church of St. Laurentius until the Reformation and has been the Protestant main church of the Wuppertal church district since 2005 as The City Church of Elberfeld.

Wikipedia: Alte reformierte Kirche Elberfeld (DE)

26. Kalktrichterofen

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The lime funnel kiln on the Eskesberg in the Wuppertal district of Elberfeld-West is a historical industrial monument from the 19th century and one of the last remaining industrial lime kilns in the Niederberg area. The lime funnel kiln is a location of the Museum industriekultur Wuppertal.

Wikipedia: Kalktrichterofen Wuppertal (DE)

27. Villa Beckmannshagen

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Villa Beckmannshagen is a historic building in Beyeröhde Street, Langerfeld District, Wuppertal, Germany. It was home to the Schaufenster Schule & Kinderkunst Children's Museum and other service companies until mid-2020. Upstairs is the headquarters of the real estate company.

Wikipedia: Villa Beckmannshagen (DE)

28. Johnson Controls IFM Industrie GmbH

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The consumer cooperative "Vorwärts-Beleibenung" is a large consumer cooperative in Wuppertal. It originated in 1924 from Velbert's union of "liberation", "advance" and "family" cooperatives. Prior to this, various attempts by Elberfeld and Barmer Cooperative to unite failed.

Wikipedia: Konsumgenossenschaft Vorwärts-Befreiung (DE)

29. Cleff´sche Mühle

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Cleff´sche Mühle Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Cleff'sche Mühle is a former mill in the Wuppertal district of Unterbarmen. The object Warndtstraße 7 as a mill building with residential building including the historic furnishings and the mill moat on the Wupper has been protected as a monument since 1 September 1989.

Wikipedia: Cleff’sche Mühle (DE)

30. Alte Zollbrücke

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Heckinghauser Zollbrücke is a stone bridge built in 1775 across the Wuper River in the Heckinghausen district of Wuppertal, Germany. It is the oldest existing bridge in the city and now connects Lenneper Straße and Rauental Straße near the mouth of the Murmelbach River.

Wikipedia: Heckinghauser Zollbrücke (DE)

31. Reformierte Kirche

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The Reformed Church in Cronenberg is one of the most high-profile churches in the Cronenberg district in the southern highlands of Wuppertal, and is considered one of the most beautiful churches in the Burgish area due to its scale and particularly successful Onion Tower.

Wikipedia: Reformierte Kirche Cronenberg (DE)

32. Pfaffenhaus

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Hainstraße 195 is a residence in Wuppertal, located in the Nevigeser Straße residential area in the Uellendahl-Katernberg district. The building of Hainstraße, also known as Pfaffenhaus, is a protected monument. It is also the name of the Pfaffenhaus residential area.

Wikipedia: Hainstraße 195 (DE)

33. Johanneskirche

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Johanneskirche is located in the southern part of the Elberfeld district of the city of Wuppertal, on the edge of Vonder Hyde Park, near Friedenshain. Since 1970, it has belonged to the Protestant diocese of Elberfeld-Südstadt along with Christuskirche of Grifflenberg.

Wikipedia: Johanneskirche (Wuppertal) (DE)

34. Friedhof der Niederländisch-reformierten Gemeinde

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Katernberger Straße Cemetery is a Protestant Reformation cemetery in the Katernberg district of Wuppertal, Germany. As the Rose Cemetery of the Dutch Reformed Church, it is famous for the concept of Herrnhuter Gottesacker, far beyond the city boundary of Wuppertal.

Wikipedia: Friedhof Katernberger Straße (DE)

35. Hof Klingelholl

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The Klingelholl farm is a listed former manor house in the Wuppertal district of Barmen on the edge of the Barmer Nordpark. The building is one of the last surviving courtyard houses in the Barmens area and represents a landscape-defining individual monument.

Wikipedia: Hof Klingelholl (DE)

36. Lichtenplatzer Kapelle

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The Lichtenplatz Chapel is a small Protestant church in the Lichtenplatz residential district of the city of Wuppertal near Lichtscheid. It was inaugurated in 1904 and is now one of the two community centres of the Evangelical Community of Unterbarmen Süd.

Wikipedia: Lichtenplatzer Kapelle (DE)

37. Bibel- und Schöpfungsmuseum

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The Wuppertal Bible Museum is located at Bendahler Straße in Wuppertal. Its premises were expanded in 2008 to include an adjacent building at Bendahler Straße 58-60, in addition to the former main building at the corner of Bendahler Straße/Wolkenburg.

Wikipedia: Bibelmuseum Wuppertal (DE)

38. Haus Röhrig

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Haus Röhrig Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The two-storey Haus Röhrig, built in 1789, together with Haus Barthels and Engels-Haus on the edge of the Engelsgarten, forms an important urban historical building ensemble of the Historic Centre, near Friedrich-Engels-Allee in Wuppertal-Unterbarmen.

Wikipedia: Haus Röhrig (DE)

39. St. Hedwig

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St. Hedwig is a Roman Catholic church in the north of the Wuppertal district cronenberg and together with the churches Heilige Ewalde, St. Christophorus in Lichtenplatz and St. Joseph in Ronsdorf part of the parish association Wuppertaler Südhöhen.

Wikipedia: St. Hedwig (Wuppertal) (DE)

40. ehemaliges Amtsgericht Ronsdorf

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ehemaliges Amtsgericht Ronsdorf Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The former district court of Ronsdorf, located at Erbschlöer Straße 9, was the district court of the then small town of Ronsdorf, since 1929 a district of the Bergisch city of Wuppertal in North Rhine-Westphalia. The building is a listed building.

Wikipedia: Amtsgericht Ronsdorf (DE)

41. Zoo Wuppertal

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Wuppertal Zoo is a 24-hectare (59-acre) zoo in Wuppertal, Germany. About 5,000 animals representing about 500 species from around the world live at the zoo, including apes, monkeys, bears, big cats, elephants, as well as birds, reptiles, and fish.

Wikipedia: Wuppertal Zoo (EN)

42. Baumsche Villa

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Villa Baumsche is a villa in the Elberfeld-West district of Arrenberg district in the Wuppertal region of Germany. It is located at the foot of Mount Nützenberg on the Friedrich-Ebert-Straße section, which is classified here as Bundesstraße 7.

Wikipedia: Baumsche Villa (DE)

43. Altes Amtshaus

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Altes Amtshaus Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The old Amtshaus, also known as the alte Wache, is a historic office building in the Wuppertal district of Langerfeld, which was independent until 1922. Since the incorporation of Langerfeld, the building has been used as a residential building.

Wikipedia: Altes Amtshaus Langerfeld (DE)

44. Haus der Jugend

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The Barmer Ruhmeshalle is a historic building in the Barmen district of the German town of Wuppertal, originally built as a hall of fame. It was officially known as the Kaiser Wilhelm- und Friedrich-Ruhmeshalle and later as the Haus der Jugend.

Wikipedia: Ruhmeshalle (Wuppertal) (EN)

45. Hamburger Treppe

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Hamburger Treppe is an open-air staircase in the Uellendahl-Katernberg district of Wuppertal, Germany. The Hamburg Staircase is one of the most complex historical staircases preserved in the city, according to the lower monuments authority.

Wikipedia: Hamburger Treppe (DE)

46. Glanzstoff-Hochhaus

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The Glanzstoff-Hochhaus is an administrative building in the Wuppertal district of Elberfeld. The building on Kasinostraße is the second tallest in the city after the Stadtsparkassen tower and dominates the skyline of elberfeld's centre.

Wikipedia: Glanzstoff-Hochhaus (DE)

47. Gesellschaftshaus Union

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"Gesellschaftshaus Union" is a residence in Wuppertal-Bamen, Germany, at Friedrich-Engels-Allee 202. It was originally built between 1867 and 1871, in a classical style, and has been the seat of the trade union founded in 1829 since 1968.

Wikipedia: Gesellschaftshaus Union (DE)

48. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Höhe

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Kaiser-Wilhelm-Höhe, also known as Deisemannskopf, is the top of Norrenberg Mountain in Barmer Wald, Wuppertal Heckinghausen District, Germany. From the vantage point there, you can see Hedginghousen and Langerfeld east of Wuppertal.

Wikipedia: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Höhe (DE)

49. Jüdischer Friedhof am Weinberg

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Weinberg Jewish Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery flanking Stübchensberg in the Uellendahl-Katernberg district of Wuppertal, Germany. It was built in 1896 and is the successor to the old Jewish cemetery of Wei à © enburgstra à © e.

Wikipedia: Jüdischer Friedhof am Weinberg (DE)

50. Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen

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The Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen is a fountain designed by the sculptor Bernhard Hoetger in Wuppertal-Elberfeld, which was inaugurated in 1910 during the festival week for the 300th anniversary of Elberfeld on the former "parade ground".

Wikipedia: Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen (Wuppertal) (DE)

51. Stadion am Zoo

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Stadion am Zoo Frank Vincentz / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Stadion am Zoo is a multi-purpose stadium in Wuppertal, Germany. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of Wuppertaler SV. The stadium is able to hold 23,067 people and was built in 1924.

Wikipedia: Stadion am Zoo (EN)

52. Botanischer Garten

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The Botanischer Garten Wuppertal, also known as the Botanischer Garten der Stadt Wuppertal, is a municipal botanical garden located at Elisenhöhe 1, Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is open daily without charge.

Wikipedia: Botanischer Garten Wuppertal (EN)

53. Armenpflegedenkmal

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The neoclassical El Befeld Monument to Care for the Poor is the work of El Befeld sculptor William Neumann-Tolburg (1856-1917). It was built in 1903 and is located in the church square of the Old Reformed Church in Elberfeld.

Wikipedia: Elberfelder Armenpflegedenkmal (DE)

54. Villa Simons

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Simmons Villa is a converted Burgish-style villa in Nützenberger Straße in Wuppertal-Elberfield, Germany. The two-story building is five-axis on the front of the street and garden, with a three-axis bulge in the middle.

Wikipedia: Villa Simons (DE)

55. Jahrhunderteiche

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Century Oak is a memorial tree on the southeast edge of the Balmer Forest in Wuppertal, near Villa Foresta. It was planted on April 14, 1908 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the then independent town of Bamen.

Wikipedia: Jahrhunderteiche (DE)

56. St.-Elisabeth-Kirche

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The Church of St. Elisabeth is a Roman Catholic church on Hebbelstraße in the Wuppertal district of Heckinghausen and together with St. Petrus in Eschensiepen part of the parish of St. Elisabeth and St. Petrus.

Wikipedia: St. Elisabeth (Wuppertal) (DE)

57. Alte lutherische Kirche am Kolk

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The Old Lutheran Church in Kolk is the second oldest church in the Elberfeld district of Wuppertal, after the Old Reformed Church, and one of the five places of worship for the Elberfeld-Nord New Church.

Wikipedia: Alte lutherische Kirche am Kolk (DE)

58. Hardtanlage

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The Hardt-Anlagen, or usually abbreviated the Hardt, are a park on the partially wooded elevation Hardtberg in the inner city area of Wuppertal, on the border between the districts Elberfeld and Barmen.

Wikipedia: Hardt (Wuppertal) (DE)

59. Neue Kirche

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New Reformed Church, also known as New Church, II. The Reformed Church, commonly known as Sophienkirche, is the second church built for the Reformed Church in the Elberfeld district of Wuppertal today.

Wikipedia: Neue reformierte Kirche (Wuppertal) (DE)

60. Reformierte Kirche

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The Reformed Church Ronsdorf is the church of the Evangelical Reformed congregation in Wuppertal-Ronsdorf. It is the only church in the Ronsdorf district that was not destroyed in the Second World War.

Wikipedia: Reformierte Kirche Ronsdorf (DE)

61. Engelnberg

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The Engelnberg is an approximately 197 meter high elevation in North Rhine-Westphalia, in the urban area of Wuppertal in the district of Elberfeld and is also the namesake for the street Am Engelnberg.

Wikipedia: Engelnberg (DE)

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