Browse Points of Interest in Germany

Our collection of points of interests in Germany points out special highlights for your Germany trip. Be sure to visit a few of these during your Germany vacation.

Burg Eisenhardt

Burg Eisenhardt
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Burg Eisenhardt ] is a well preserved in large ]] fortress on the southwestern edge of Bad Belzig. [ + ] More Details

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Zehdenick Abbey

Zehdenick Abbey
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Zehdenick Abbey (German: Kloster Zehdenick) was a Cistercian nunnery founded in 1250 or shortly after in Zehdenick in Mark Brandenburg, Germany It was dissolved in 1541 during the Reformation. The buildings were mostly destroyed during the Thirty… [ + ] More Details

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Würzburger Stein

Würzburger Stein
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Würzburger Stein is a vineyard in the German wine region of Franconia that has been producing a style of wine, known as Steinwein since at least the age of Charlemagne. Located on a hill overlooking the Main river outside the city of Würzburg, the… [ + ] More Details

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Wuppertal Zoo

Wuppertal Zoo
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Wuppertal Zoo (German: Zoologischer Garten Wuppertal or Zoo Wuppertal) 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, great… [ + ] More Details

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Wunstorf Air Base

Wunstorf Air Base
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Wunstorf Air Base is a German Air Force military air base, located 6 km south-southwest of Neustadt am Rübenberge in Lower Saxony, Germany. Wunstorf Air Base is the home to Air Transport Wing 62 (Lufttransportgeschwader 62). It flies the C-160D Transall… [ + ] More Details

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Bernstein Castle

Bernstein Castle
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Bernstein Castle is a historical building in Bernstein im Burgenland, Austria, first mentioned in the 13th century.

In 860 the whole region was part of the archbishopric of Salzburg. Erimbert, a liege of the archbishopric, handed over the Pinka… [ + ] More Details

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Fichtelgebirge Museum

Fichtelgebirge Museum
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The Fichtelgebirge Museum (German: Fichtelgebirgsmuseum) is a regional museum in Wunsiedel, formerly the 'capital' of the Sechsämterland and the county town (Kreisstadt) in the Fichtelgebirge mountains of central Germany.

Formerly important… [ + ] More Details

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Jewish Cemetery, Worms

Jewish Cemetery, Worms
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The Jewish Cemetery in Worms or Heiliger Sand, in Worms, Germany, is usually called the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in Europe, although the Jewish burials in the Jewish sections of the Roman catacombs predate it by a millennium. The Jewish community… [ + ] More Details

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Worms Synagogue

Worms Synagogue
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The Worms Synagogue, also known as Rashi Shul, is an 11th century synagogue located in Worms, Germany.

Architecture

Built at the point when late Romanesque style was fading and Gothic rising, the rectangular prayer hall features a… [ + ] More Details

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Winsen Museum Farm

Winsen Museum Farm
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The Winsen Museum Farm (German: Museumshof Winsen) is an open-air museum in Winsen (Aller) in the north German state of Lower Saxony. It was started in 1982 and comprises a typical farmyard from the southern Lüneburg Heath around which other buildings,… [ + ] More Details

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