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Friedehorst Park

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About Friedehorst Park

The Friedehorst Park is a green area in the Bremen district which covers around 9 hectares. Here is the highest natural point in the state of Bremen with a height of 32.5 m above sea ​​level. The publicly accessible park belongs to the Evangelical Church in Bremen.  One of the beautiful locations where you can spend some nice time with your family in the middle of the city.



Attractions near Friedehorst Park

Knoops Park1.44km from Friedehorst Park

Knoops Park, named after the Bremen merchant Ludwig Knoop, is a park in the Burglesum district of Bremen, St. Magnus, which covers an area of ​​65 hectares.   A life-size bronze statue of Ludwig Knoop now greets visitors exploring the seven kilometers of charming avenues and romantic paths that wind their way through the park. Little ones will enjoy the play area with the new slide right by the Lesum river.

Heimatmuseum Schloss Schonebeck1.56km from Friedehorst Park

Schönebeck Castle is a moated castle in Bremen- Vegesack, district of Schönebeck, built-in north German half-timbering. It is located in the valley of the Schönebecker Aue, a Geestbach flowing into the Weser over the Vegesack harbor, which was dammed into a pond in the area of ​​the castle.  Today the castle is the seat of the Schönebeck Castle Local History Museum.

Schulschiff Deutschland3.33km from Friedehorst Park

Schulschiff Deutschland is a former sailing training ship of the German merchant shipping. The last German full ship , a three-master, is now a maritime cultural monument all year round in Bremen - Vegesack. The ship carries 25 sails with a total sail area of 1950 square meters. The top speed on engine is 12 knots, and on sail 18.2 knots.

Waller Feldmarksee9.47km from Friedehorst Park

The Waller Feldmarksee is a quarry pond in the district of In den Wischen, part of the Bremen district of Gröpelingen, which is used as a bathing lake. The lake is also used by windsurfers; there is a slip option for them. Furthermore, the sport fishermen of a club use the lake. The lake, which is close to the A 27 and within sight of the garbage dump, was excavated in 1972/73 as part of the construction of the autobahn and then transformed into a swimming lake as one of four sand extraction poi

University of the Arts Bremen10.91km from Friedehorst Park

The University of the Arts Bremen is a public university in Bremen, Germany. It is one of the most successful arts institutions, and its origins date back to 1873. The University of the Arts Bremen runs a Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, and a Faculty of Music, with approximately 900 students, 65 professors, and about 180 assistant professors.

Valentin submarine pens11.97km from Friedehorst Park

Valentin submarine pens are the second-largest above-ground bunker in Europe and the most visible legacy of three major Nazi armament projects that have transformed a predominantly agricultural region since the mid-1930s. The factory was under construction from 1943 to March 1945 using forced labor, but was damaged by air-raids and unfinished by the end of the war. The Valentin factory was the largest fortified U-boat facility in Germany and was second only to those built at Brest in France.

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Bremen is Germany's smallest state. Two distinct enclaves form the state of Bremen. One is Bremen the state capital, and the other is Bremerhaven the city. Bremen is known for its rich cultural life with many theatres, libraries, archives, museums, and galleries.