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.

Viersen sculpture collection

Viersen sculpture collection
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The Viersen Sculpture Collection belongs to the major sculpture parks in Germany and is located in the center of Viersen (North Rhine-Westphalia).

The Viersen Sculpture Collection was built up during the last 25 years by the donation of the… [ + ] More Details

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Karnin Lift Bridge

Karnin Lift Bridge
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The Karnin Lift Bridge (German: Hubbrücke Karnin) is a railway bridge over the Peenestrom estuary in North Germany that was opened in 1933 and destroyed in 1945. It was part of the old Ducherow–Swinemünde railway. The lifting part of the bridge… [ + ] More Details

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Rhenish Hesse

Rhenish Hesse
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Rhenish Hesse or Rhine-Hesse (German: Rheinhessen) refers to the part of the former People's State of Hesse (previously Grand Duchy of Hesse-Darmstadt) located west of the Rhine river and now part of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is a hilly countryside… [ + ] More Details

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Wiblingen Abbey

Wiblingen Abbey
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Wiblingen Abbey was a former Benedictine abbey which was later used as barracks. Today its buildings house several departments of the medical faculty of the University of Ulm. The former abbey is located south of the confluence of the rivers Danube… [ + ] More Details

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Ulm Minster

Ulm Minster
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Ulm Minster (German: Ulmer Münster, literally: minster) is a Lutheran church located in Ulm, Germany. Although sometimes referred to as Ulm Cathedral because of its great size, the church is not a cathedral as it has never been the seat of a bishop.

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Trail of Tears

Trail of Tears
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The town was one stop on the "trail of tears" of Dachau concentration camp inmates, who were forcibly marched south in 1945. A plaque in front of the town hall commemorates their fate.

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Rheinkran (Bingen)

Rheinkran (Bingen)
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Der Alte Binger Rheinkran ist ein hölzerner Turmtretkran in Bingen am Rhein aus der Zeit um 1787. Der Hafenkran mit drehbarem Ausleger und Kuppeldach steht neben der ehemaligen Zollverwaltung auf dem früheren Hafengelände.

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Alter Krahnen (Trier)

Alter Krahnen (Trier)
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Der Alte Krahnen (alte Schreibweise mit 'h'), auch Trierer Alter Moselkran genannt, ist ein Hafenkran in Trier. Der Steinbau aus dem Jahre 1413 steht am heutigen Krahnenufer auf der rechten Moselseite.

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Rhein in Flammen

Rhein in Flammen
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Rhein in Flammen (English: "Rhine in Flames") is the name of five different firework displays along the river Rhine in Germany. The displays take place annually, at various locations along the river. On the five different dates, brightly illuminated… [ + ] More Details

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Staatstheater Stuttgart

Staatstheater Stuttgart
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The Staatstheater Stuttgart (Stuttgart State Theatre) are a multi-branch-theatre with the branches Oper Stuttgart (Opera Stuttgart), Stuttgart Ballet (Stuttgarter Ballett) and Stuttgart Drama Theatre (Schauspiel Stuttgart) in Stuttgart, Germany.

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