Neunkirchen

Mid-20th century baker's shop with 500 exhibits on display in the showroom, a reception room and an apprentice's room.

This charming historic-style hotel, whose original building parts date back to the 15th century, is said to have hosted young Goethe when he travelled through the Saarland in 1770.

The Neue Gebläsehalle Neunkirchen is a multifunctional event and concert venue. The hall with gradually ascending theatre seating can accommodate up to 1000 audience members.

the first written mention of the name Ottweiler refers to a castle and dates back to 1393. The town of Ottweiler, however, played only a minor role in the Middle Ages.

the baroque building which, today, stands on the busy B41 federal highway in Ottweiler is known simply as the Pavilion.

this small chapel, built in neo-Gothic style, was originally a private chapel for the Stumm family (the brothers Stumm had purchased the Neunkirchen Ironworks in 1806).

Slag heap filled up with anthracite grey washery refuse, measuring about 80 to 90 metres from foot to peak, with steep slopes.

the Ellenfeld Stadium in Neunkirchen was built in 1912 and has since been transformed and expanded several times.

One of the most beautiful event venues in the Saarland, the Stummsche Reithalle is an octagonal mid-19th century landmarked building.

the building which, today, accommodates the school museum was built around 1800 as a regular residential house. In 1905, it was renovated and modified, and a home economics school was set up.

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