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Explore Lübeck in Germany with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Lübeck
Sight 1: Holstentorhalle
The Holstentorhalle is a listed former trade fair and exhibition hall of Brick Expressionism in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck (Schleswig-Holstein). In 2007, after an extensive renovation, the hall was handed over to the Lübeck University of Music as a practice and teaching building.
Sight 2: Gedenkstein Befreiung 1945
Remembrance and monuments in Lübeck is a list of panorama-free sculptures, objects, thinking and memory boards in the city of Lübeck, which as a monument remind of a specific person or a certain event. They are arranged in the temporal sequence of the topics listed.
Sight 3: Saltware Houses
The Salzspeicher, of Lübeck, Germany, are six historic brick buildings on the Upper Trave River next to the Holstentor.
Sight 4: St.-Petri Kultur- und Universitätskirche
St. Peter's Church is a place of worship in Lübeck, Germany, that was first mentioned in 1170. Over the centuries, it was rebuilt several times until construction of the church was completed in the 15th century. During the Second World War, St. Petri suffered severe damage and the restoration was not completed until 1987. Since the furnishings could not be restored, only special services take place in the church. As a city church without a congregation, it is mainly used for cultural and religious events as well as art exhibitions.
Sight 5: Marienwerkhaus
The Marienwerkhaus is a building in the old town of Lübeck. Today it serves as a parish hall of the Mariengemeinde.
Sight 6: Maria zum Stegel
Maria am Stegel was a brick Gothic medieval chapel in Lübeck, Germany.
Sight 7: Kriegerdenkmal
The Warrior's Honor of the Sankt Marien Municipality of Lübeck was inaugurated on the Sunday of the death of 1929 to commemorate the fallen of the community during the First World War.
Sight 8: St. Mary's Church
The Lübeck Marienkirche is a medieval basilica in the city centre of Lübeck, Germany. Built between 1265 and 1352, the church is located on the highest point of Lübeck's old town island within the Hanseatic merchants' quarter, which extends uphill from the warehouses on the River Trave to the church. As the main parish church of the citizens and the city council of Lübeck, it was built close to the town hall and the market.
Sight 9: Lübeck
Lübeck ; officially the Hanseatic City of Lübeck, is a city in Northern Germany. With around 222,000 inhabitants, it is the third-largest city on the German Baltic coast and the second-largest city in the state of Schleswig-Holstein, after its capital of Kiel, and is the 36th-largest city in Germany.
Sight 10: Propsteikirche Herz Jesu
The Sacred Heart Church is the main Roman Catholic church in Lübeck. It was built in 1888 and consecrated on 10 May 1891.
Sight 11: Jordan Pleskow
Jordan Pleskow was a German council and mayor of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck.
Sight 12: Brömserhof
The Brömserhof is a small palace of the late baroque in the Aegidienviertel of the old town of Lübeck.
Sight 13: Alfons Aron Emmering
The list of stumbling stones in Lübeck gives an overview of the stumbling stones laid by the artist Gunter Demnig in the city of Lübeck. This list is based on the data provided by the Initiative Stolpersteine für Lübeck.
Sight 14: Museumskirche Sankt Katharinen
The monastery of Catherine in Lübeck was a monastery of minor brothers from 1225 to the Reformation in 1531.
Sight 15: Cubecrack
Sculptures and objects in Lübeck lists panoramic-free sculptures and objects in the city of Lübeck, which do not remember a particular person or event as a monument. Since they are often nameless, they are assigned here to the alphabetically listed artists. If a particular person or a historical event connects to a monument, it should be entered in the list Memorial and Monuments in Lübeck.
Sight 16: St.-Jakobi-Kirche
St. James' Church is one of the five main Evangelical Lutheran parish churches in Lübeck's old town, Germany.
Sight 17: Heiligen-Geist-Hospital
The Heiligen-Geist-Hospital am Koberg in Lübeck, completed in 1286, is one of the oldest existing social institutions in the world and one of the most important buildings in the city. It is in the tradition of the Holy Geist hospitals based on the model of Santo Spirito in Sassia in Rome. The hospitals were looked after by the brothers by the Order of the Holy Spirit.
Sight 18: Gertrudenherberge
The Gertrudenherberge is a medieval pilgrimage hill in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. The institution, named after Saint Gertrud of Nivelles, the patron saint of pilgrims, was originally part of the Holy Spirit Hospital. It is one of the recently rediscovered and thus only very late protected monuments of the medieval world heritage on the Lübeck Old Town Island.
Sight 19: Kleverschusskreuz
The Cross of the Klei is a cross of roads from the first half of the 15th century in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. The stone cross made of limestone pointed out the way to the Wunderblood Church in Bad Wilsnack (Brandenburg). A mile of the path to the Wunderblutkirche, which was often barefoot, gave the pilgrim a day.
Sight 20: St.-Gertrud-Kirche
The St. Gertrud Church in Lübeck is the community church of the Evangelical parish built after a design by the Charlottenburg architect Jürgensen & Bachmann in the St. Gertrud district of Lübeck, which is ordained the St. Gertrud of Nivelles. The patronal feast has been historical for the suburb on the castle field in front of the Burgtor since the Middle Ages. In 1373 the Lübeck Bishop Burkhard von Serkem consecrated the first St. Gertruden chapel.
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