Explore interesting sights in Maribor, Slovenia. 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 Maribor, Slovenia.Sightseeing Tours in Maribor
1. Mestni park
Maribor Park is a park that lies north of the old town in Maribor. Today, the entire park covers an area of around 54 ha. It is located north of the city center itself. It has been a popular break or recreation point since the "foundation" itself. It is gathering parents with their children, seniors, youth, while also representing a place of recreation for students of nearby secondary schools. The park also houses a children's playground, aquarium-territory and a pavilion, where in the spring and summer they organize morning concerts.
2. Maribor Synagogue
Maribor Synagogue is a former synagogue and current museum in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. Located in what was the center of the medieval Maribor ghetto Židovska ulica, it is one of the oldest preserved synagogues in Europe, and one of only two left in Slovenia; the other being the Lendava Synagogue. It once functioned as the centre of the medieval Jewish community in Maribor, among the most prominent in the Eastern Alps-area.
3. Old Vine
The old vine is about 440 years old wine vine, which grows in the central part of Maribor, Lent, exactly in Vojašnška Street 8 in Pristan. It grows along the south side of the front of this one-storey house. In 2004, she was entered in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest of all vines in the world. The House of Militaryšniška 8 and the Old Vine are protected as a cultural monument of local importance.
It has been filled with an iron-accessed hill situated on the Pohorje Reef, where the forest is reached right to the plane and the pan-Redwanje houses. A building with a mile-long embankment, which has been investigated several times after 1903, but not yet definitively evaluated, was populated mainly in the upper part, which the transverse wall divided from the lower.
5. Water tower
The Maribor Water Tower is a medieval fortified tower in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. The late-Renaissance tower stands directly abuts the Drava River and dates from 1555. It is of pentagonal form and consists of massive stone blocks interspersed with embrasures. It was built to secure the southeast part of the Maribor city walls from the direction of the river.
6. Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Maribor Cathedral, dedicated to Saint John the Baptist, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of Maribor, northeastern Slovenia. The church is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Maribor and the parish church of the Parish of Maribor–St. John the Baptist. It is also the resting place of Bishop Anton Martin Slomšek, an advocate of Slovene culture.
7. Judgement Tower
The Judgement Tower is a fortified medieval tower in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. An original tower built on the site in the early 14th century secured the southwestern corner of the city walls. It was completely rebuilt in 1540, with the addition of a conical roof which burned down in the 17th century.
8. Tscheligi tower
The Coligi Tower is a defence tower in Maribor, one of the five towers of the northern city walls, built by the citizens in 1460. The square-shaped tower was an important defence point on the walls. It was named after the Tscheligii Maribor brewers, and in the past it was called the Smodniška Tower.
9. Akvarij - terarij Maribor
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