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.

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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Mühlenkopfschanze

Mühlenkopfschanze
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Mühlenkopfschanze is a German ski jumping hill, located in Willingen. It is the world's biggest large hill, and holds World Cup events every year. The current hill record was made by Janne Ahonen in 2005. Ahonen jumped 155,5 meters, but the measuring… [ + ] More Details

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Rittal Arena Wetzlar

Rittal Arena Wetzlar
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Rittal Arena Wetzlar is an indoor sporting arena located in Wetzlar, Germany. The capacity of the arena is 5,000 people and it was opened in 2005. It is the home to the Handball Bundesliga club HSG Wetzlar. The arena previously carried the name Mittelhessen-Arena… [ + ] More Details

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Wessobrunn Abbey

Wessobrunn Abbey
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Wessobrunn Abbey (Kloster Wessobrunn) was a Benedictine monastery near Weilheim in Bavaria, Germany.

It is celebrated as the home of the famous Wessobrunn Prayer and also of a Baroque school of stucco workers and plasterers in the 18th century.

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Hubertusburg

Hubertusburg
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Hubertusburg is a palace in Saxony, in the village of Wermsdorf and midway 6 m. between the towns Oschatz and Grimma. It was built in 1721-1724 by Frederick Augustus I, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, and is given to his son Augustus III in… [ + ] More Details

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Werl Prison

Werl Prison
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Werl Prison has about 900 inmates, and is one of the largest prisons in Germany. It is located in the town of Werl in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, east of Dortmund.

After World War II, several high-ranking Nazi officials were imprisoned… [ + ] More Details

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Windeck Castle (Weinheim)

Windeck Castle (Weinheim)
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Windeck Castle (German: Burg Windeck (help·info)) stands on a small hill in Weinheim on the Bergstraße. It was built around 1100 to protect the inhabitants of the Lorsch monastery.

It was hugely damaged in 1674 by the troops of King Louis… [ + ] More Details

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Wachsenburg Castle

Wachsenburg Castle
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Wachsenburg Castle (German: Veste Wachsenburg) is a castle in Amt Wachsenburg in the Ilm-Kreis, Thuringia, Germany. It is one of the Drei Gleichen, three hilltop castles east of Gotha. It was originally built in the 10th century. The castle was extensively… [ + ] More Details

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Wanne Observation Tower

Wanne Observation Tower
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Wanne observation tower is one of the oldest lattice towers in the world. It was built in 1888 by the observation tower cooperative on the 778-meter (2,552 ft) high Wanne mountain tub east of Villingen, in the Schwarzwald-Baar district in southern… [ + ] More Details

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Festhalle Viersen

Festhalle Viersen
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The Festhalle Viersen (Festival Hall Viersen) is a performance space in Viersen, a town located in the Lower Rhine region of Germany. It is well known for its theater and concert programme and is also the annual venue of the UMB World Three-cushion… [ + ] More Details

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