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The Ronsdorf rigid tower is a striking monument in Ronsdorf, a today's district of the Bergisches Großstadt Wuppertal in North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany. The rising tower is located in the area of the older site of the fire station in Ronsdorf. On the left is the old part of the vehicle halls with parking spaces for two emergency vehicles. To the right of the tower lies the former lounge of the extinguishing room, which is now used by the youth fire brigade.
2. St. Remigius
St. Remigius is the Roman Catholic parish church for the Wuppertal district of Sonnborn and a place of worship for the parish of St. Remigius, which represents the continuation of what is probably the oldest Christian community in Wuppertal until the Reformation. Together with the churches of St. Boniface, the Immaculate Conception and St. Ludger, it is part of the parish community Wuppertaler Westen.
The Elberfeld Cemetery Church is one of the largest churches in Wuppertal and the third oldest built for the Elberfeld Reformed Church. Important Reformed priests, such as Herman Albert Hesse, the host of the Reformed Coalition, or Herman Krukist Hesse, a church historian, served there. With 1,020 seats, it is the second largest Protestant church in the Rhineland after Constantine Cathedral in Trier.
The Stadthalle Wuppertal is one of the most important sights of the city and at the same time known worldwide as a concert and event venue due to its unique acoustics. It is located on the Johannisberg in the south of Elberfeld, not far from the city centre and Wuppertal Central Station. In the immediate vicinity are the swimming opera and the Wilhelm-Dörpfeld-Gymnasium.
5. Otto Graf von Bismarck
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.
6. Gräfrather Lichtturm
Lichtturm, in Solingen, North Rhine-Westphalia, is a converted former water tower. It is located in Gräfrath district, near the highest point of Solingen city, with an altitude of about 276 meters. Because of its previous functionality, it is still unofficially named after Gräfrather Wasserturm. The tower was built in 1904, closed in 1983 and rebuilt in the mid-1990s.
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.
8. Alte Kirche Langerfeld
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.
9. Unterbarmer Hauptkirche
The suburminarian main church is a Protestant church in Wuppertal-Barmen. The Unterbarm church is of particular importance for two reasons: On the one hand, it is the first church building of the architect Heinrich Hübsch, on the other hand, on the other hand it is one of the earliest known buildings of neuromanic architecture.
10. Lutherkirche Heidt
The Lutherkirche is a Protestant church on the Oberen Sehlhofstrasse on Heidt in the Heckinghausen district of Wuppertal. As Lutherkirche Heidt, after the closures of the old Wupperfeld church and the Hatzfeld church, it is one of the last two remaining preachers of the Evangelical parish of Memarke-Wupperfeld in Barmen.
11. Tierpark Fauna
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12. Auferstehungskirche Heckinghausen
The Church of the Resurrection is an evangelical church building in the Heckinghausen district of Wuppertal. It is the isolated place of worship and preferred wedding ceremony of the United Evangelical Parish of Heckinghausen and also the cemetery chapel of the Evangelical Cemetery on the Norrenberg.
13. CityKirche Elberfeld
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.
14. St. Maria Empfängnis
The Church of Santa Maria Conception in Wuppertal-Vohwinkel is a Roman Catholic church and, along with the Church of Sankt Bonifatius, the Church of Sankt Ludger and the Church of Sankt Remigius, is one of the four preaching sites of the Wuppertaler Westen Diocese Association.
Kalktrichterofen, located in Eskesberg, Elberfeld-West District, Wuppertal, Germany, is a 19th century historic industrial monument. It is one of the only remaining industrial lime kilns in Nidelberg area. The Lime Furnace is home to the Wuppertal Museum of Industrial Culture.
16. Reformierte Kirche
The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Höhe, also Deisemannskopf, is the summit of the Norrenberg in the Barmer Forest in the Heckinghausen district of Wuppertal. From the viewpoint there you have a wide view of the eastern Wuppertal districts of Heckinghausen and Langerfeld.
18. Bibel- und Schöpfungsmuseum
19. Zoo Wuppertal
20. Evangelische Kirche Beyenburg
21. Rotter Kirche
Rotter Kirche is a Protestant church in the Wuppertal-Barmen Rott district in Germany and, together with Unterbarmer Hauptkirche and Pauluskirche, serves as a missionary station for the congregation of the Unterbarmen United Protestant Church.
22. Schloss Lüntenbeck
Haus Lüntenbeck, known as Schloss Lüntenbeck, is a former moated castle or fortress in Wuppertal. With its largely unchanged structure, it is one of the oldest buildings in the city and was one of the twelve manors in the Amt of Solingen.
The ponds of the century is a memorial tree on the southeastern edge of the Barmer Forest in Wuppertal near the Villa Foresta. The oak was planted on April 1, 1908 for the annual celebration of the then independent city of Barmen.
24. Botanischer Garten
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.
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.
The justice fountain 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 then "Exercierplatz".
27. Niederländisch-Reformierte Gemeinde
28. Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden
29. Alte lutherische Kirche am Kolk
30. Gemarker Kirche
31. Neue Kirche
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.
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