Saarbrücken

built of red sandstone, St. Arnual collegiate church is one of the few buildings in the Saar region which date back to the High Gothic era. Its construction lasted from 1315 to 1390.

built in 1923/24, the church´s peculiar architectural style obscures its actual age, making St. Michael´s appear to be older than it really is.

Situated in the very heart of Saarbrücken, St. John's Basilica was built between 1754 and 1763.

the Israelite Cemetery is situated in the southwest of Saarbrücken, just south of the Neue Bremm border crossing between Germany and France.

St. John's cemetery was laid out in 1883 and closed shortly thereafter, in 1917.

St. Johanner Markt is a market square in the very heart of Saarbrücken. As its name implies, it used to belong to the once independent municipality of St. Johann.

the city of Saarbrücken owes its development to the crossing of traditional roadways which were used as European long-distance roads, such as, for instance, the Roman roads leading from Metz to Wor

Traditional family-run 4-star hotel on the outskirts of Völklingen.

situated on the banks of the river Saar, the Saarbrücken racecourse is equipped with two courses: 1 sand 1.000 m (left-handed) for trotting races and 1 grass 1.100 m for gallop races.

the Johannishof Culture Centre%u2018s empty ballroom has been equipped with climbing walls and climbing towers.

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