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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: Begegnung
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 2: Dietrich Buxtehude
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: Adolf Bierett
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 4: Sankt Bonifatius
The church building of St. Boniface was built in 1952 by the architect Emil Steffann in the suburb of Lübeck-St. Lorenz-Nord was built as an emergency church, as the number of Catholics had increased fivefold with the refugees of the Second World War.
Sight 5: St.-Matthäi-Kirche
Sight 6: Schlösschen Bellevue
The Schlösschen Bellevue is a former summer house in the style of the Rococo on the Trave in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck.
Sight 7: Ende des Kreuzweges
The Lübeck Way of the Cross is one of the oldest of its kind in Germany and has been walked again since 1994. Of the seven stations of the 1650-metre-long path, which were created towards the end of the 15th century, only the first and last, the beginning and end of the Stations of the Cross have been preserved.
Sight 8: Brahms-Institut an der Musikhochschule Lübeck
Brahms-Institut acquired the largest private collection of Johannes Brahms engravings, manuscripts and first and early prints in 1990. In addition to Brahms, the focus is on Robert and Clara Schumann, Theodor Kirchner, Joseph Joachim, and some lesser known performers and composers of the era. In addition to music manuscripts, the collection also includes correspondence, photos, and drawings.
Sight 9: ehemalige Schwedische Kirche
The Swedish Church is a former church building of the former Swedish State Church from the early 20th century in the St. Gertrud district of the Hanseatic city of Lübeck. It was profaned and converted into a residential building.
Sight 10: Schuppen 10
The scales 10/11 are two former harbour sheds, which are listed as a monument, in the port and Hanseatic city of Lübeck (Schleswig-Holstein).
Sight 11: KZ Fürstengrube-Todesmarsch
The KZ prince-pit death march was a death march of concentration camp prisoners as part of the evacuation of the Fürstengrube concentration camp and other concentration camp prisoners. A lack of nutrition, diseases, exhaustion, abuse and murders called for numerous victims on this death march from January to May 1945 with several intermediate stations.
Sight 12: Trägerstecksperre
Prepared locks are militarily created devices on transport facilities that are intended to slow down and channel the attack of an opponent after triggering. A common form of prepared locks are explosive shafts.
Sight 13: Der deutschen Jugend
Karl Geiser was a Swiss sculptor.
Sight 14: Ida-Boy-Ed-Garten
The Ida Boy Ed Garden is a street in the old town of Lübeck.
Sight 15: Carl Hans Lody
Carl Hans Lody, alias Charles A. Inglis, was a reserve officer of the Imperial German Navy who spied in the United Kingdom in the first few months of the First World War.
Sight 16: Burgtor
The Burgtor, built 1444 in late Gothic style, was the northern city gate of Hanseatic Lübeck, now in Germany. It is one of two towered gates remaining from the medieval fortifications, the other being the more famous Holstentor.
Sight 17: Europäisches Hansemuseum
The European Hansemuseum is a museum in Lübeck, Germany dedicated to the history of the Hanseatic League. Covering an area of in total 7,405 square metres (79,710 sq ft), is the largest museum in the world specifically dedicated to this subject. The museum was opened in May 2015.
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