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.

Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church

Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church
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The Independent Evangelical-Lutheran Church (German: Selbständige Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche, abbreviated SELK) is a confessional Lutheran church body of Germany. It is a member of the European Lutheran Conference and a member of the International… [ + ] More Details

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Schöntal Abbey

Schöntal Abbey
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Schöntal Abbey (German: Kloster Schöntal, Reichskloster Schöntal) is a former Cistercian abbey in Schöntal in the district of Hohenlohe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is famous as one of the most impressive pieces of Baroque architecture in… [ + ] More Details

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Schönau Abbey

Schönau Abbey
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Schönau Abbey (Kloster Schönau) in Schönau in the Odenwald, in the Rhein-Neckar-Kreis in Baden-Württemberg, was a Cistercian monastery founded in 1142 from Eberbach Abbey. The present settlement of Schönau grew up round the monastery.

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Dahlen Castle

Dahlen Castle
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Dahlen Castle (German: Schloss Dahlen) is a castle built between 1744 and 1751 in the small town of Dahlen, located in Saxony, Germany.

Since the beginning of the 13th Century there was a noble dwelling in Dahlen ("Edelhof, lat. curia"), falling… [ + ] More Details

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Dreifrankenstein

Dreifrankenstein
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The Dreifrankenstein (German for Three Franconias Stone) is a boundary stone that marks the tripoint where the three Franconian provinces of Upper, Middle and Lower Franconia meet in southern Germany. As part of the regional reforms in 1972 the boundary… [ + ] More Details

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Hedeby

Hedeby
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Hedeby (Danish pronunciation: [ˈheːð̩byːˀ], Old Norse Heiðabýr, German Haithabu or Haddeby) was an important trading settlement in the Danish-northern German borderland during the Viking Age. It flourished from the 8th to the 11th centuries.

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Feuersteinklippe

Feuersteinklippe
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The Feuersteinklippe is a rock formation in the Harz National Park in central Germany and the landmark of the nearby village of Schierke.

The Feuersteinklippe is a butte made of granite, not flint (Feuerstein = "firestone" or flint) as the… [ + ] More Details

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Schnarcherklippen

Schnarcherklippen
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Schnarcherklippen is the name of a rock formation (up to 671 m above sea level) south of the village of Schierke in the High Harz mountains of Saxony-Anhalt in central Germany. The name translates roughly to "snoring crags" or "snoring rocks".

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Museumsufer

Museumsufer
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The embankment to the south of the Main River in Frankfurt, Germany, is called Museumsufer or Museum Embankment because of the large concentration of museums there. Perhaps the leading one is the Städel art gallery.

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Eibingen Abbey

Eibingen Abbey
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Eibingen Abbey (in German Abtei St. Hildegard, full name Benedictine Abbey of St. Hildegard) is a community of Benedictine nuns in Eibingen near Rüdesheim in Hesse, Germany.

The original community was founded in 1165 by Hildegard von Bingen.… [ + ] More Details

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