Beeden Tower

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description

brief description: 

The "Beeden Tower" are the ruins of a church tower in Beeden, which was first mentioned in 1212. Until 1299, the church consecrated to Saint Remigius has been the parish church for Homburg under the patronage of the monastery Wörschweiler.

The early-Gothic church tower was built in the 14th century. In the 17th century the church was destroyed during the Thirty Years War.

relevant filming facts

usage: 
monument
condition: 
well-kept
lighting conditions: 
depends on the daytime
Background noise: 
quiet
surroundings: 
residential area
Space restrictions: 
none
Time restrictions : 
none
Catering: 
not available
premises: 
not available

accessibility

car: 
city centre of Homburg, Motorway A8 (exit Limbach) and A6 (exit Homburg/Saar)
train: 
Homburg/Saar central station and public transport

supply

sanitary facilities: 
not available
parking lot: 
available

contact

Steffen Conrad
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