Haigerloch Travel Guide

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Haigerloch Things to Do

  • TOWN HALL

    The Town Hall in my photo is not the original one, this one only dates back to 1870. The old one was demolished. It was used as a school for the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish denominations. Eventually, the different Religions grew in size, and each of their Schools became too big to stay at the Town Hall. New Schools for each denomination were...

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  • GROSSBAYERHAUS

    This building looked really old, in fact it did date back to 1703! I liked all the old frescoes, mainly of Religious origin, like the Madonna, Joseph and many Saint's painted on the front of the building. Luckily, between 1988-1990, structural changes and restoration was done, saving this old building from going into disrepair.Inside there is a...

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  • "THE SWAN'S"

    I rather liked this historic Gasthaus named "the Swans," believed to date back before the "30 year War."Some nicely trimmed Trees surrounded it, and on the front facade is a relief which shows the fall of man, believed to be done when the House was first built. The Guest House used to be a Brewery with a Brandy licence, it also had Stables and a...

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  • ROSE GARDEN

    As a lover of Roses and any Flowers or Gardens, I was very happy to find the Haigerloch Rose festival was on the day we were there!It is held in the Haigerlocher Rose garden, which was only made in 2007. Already, there are 10,000 Roses of 400 different varieties on display, and they were all flowering beautifully for the Festival. It is the only...

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  • ATOMIC CELLAR MUSEUM

    We walked to the Atomic Cellar museum as it was a flat walk along the street from our car park. It was once used as a Beer Cellar, but in 1944, it was rented by Kaiser-Wilhelm. Physicists had to leave Berlin during the WWII, and it was here at Haigerloch they came to work under the leadership of Professor Werner Heisenberg, on a last attempt at...

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  • VIEW POINT - SOUTHSIDE OF HAIGERLOCH

    The River runs through the centre of Haigerloch, and the rest of the Town is built on the high hills on either side of the River. We saw both sides of the Town.On the south side where the Romerturm is, it is worth stopping nearby as there is a viewpoint where I could overlook the Town where the Castle is located. It's a nice view, and worth a stop...

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  • ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH @ GRUOL

    The parish of Gruol is a part of Haigerloch. It was here I found the lovely St. Clement's Church, appealing on both the outside and inside. Quite a large church, it was built in 1849 in the Gothic Revival style Different inside to the most elaborate Churches I had previously seen in Germany, but still very nice in style, wih a nice painted ceiling,...

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  • ROMERTURM

    Built in 1150, on the south side of the River in Haigerloch, is the Romerturm. It is also known as the "upper" or "high" Tower and can be seen from most places in Haigerloch. Built as Keep in Romanesque style, it is not actually of Roman origin. It used to be part of the Citadel founded by the Counts of Zollern, who lived in Haigerloch. The Tower...

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  • HOLY TRINITY CHURCH

    The beautiful Holy Trinity Baroque church is located at Haigerloch Castle. Count Christoph of Hohenzollern-Haigerloch, the first Count of Hohenzollern-Haigerloch, together with his wife foundedthe Holy Trinity Church in Haigerloch. Inside is an overload of Baroque and Roccoco! The side Altar's are stunning, and so is the High Altar that dates from...

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