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10 Iconic Buildings to explore in Bremen

Bremen

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.

Atlantis House
Atlantis HouseBöttcherstraße, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Atlantis House is one of the majestic buildings in the old town of Bremen which was an interesting example of German architecture in the interwar period which was completed in 1931. It was designed by Bernhard Hoetger. The interior and exterior of this building is quiet beautiful and it attracts a lot of people to visit this place.

Bremen Town Hall
Bremen Town HallAm Markt 21, 28195 Bremen, Germany

It is the seat of the President of the Senate and Mayor of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. Bremen's town hall is regarded as the jewel in the crown of the historical market square. The Upper Hall, where the city council used to convene, is the most magnificent ceremonial venue in Bremen. The model ships that hang from the ceiling bear witness to the importance of commerce and maritime trade for the city. Their miniature cannons can even be fired if the occasion demands.

Coffee house on the Emmasee
Coffee house on the EmmaseeEmmasee, 28209 Bremen, Germany

The coffee house on the Emmasee in Bremen - Schwachhausen, district Bürgerpark is a listed building. The new building is one of the most important buildings in Bremen The building was placed under monument protection in 1984 as a Bremen cultural monument. Heinrich Müller designed the first coffee house on the north bank of the Emma lake in 1867 as a light, flat wooden structure called a tent . The popular coffee was expanded in 1874.

Gerhard Marcks House
Gerhard Marcks HouseAm Wall 208, 28195 Bremen, Germany

The Gerhard Marcks House in Bremen is a museum for modern and contemporary sculpture, with national and international recognition. Special exhibitions feature not only classic artists such as Moore, Maillol, or Giacometti but also younger artists, demonstrating that sculpture is an active medium. It presents the spectrum of sculpture from the 20th century to the present. A large body of the work of Gerhard Marcks, the sculptor and graphic artist from Berlin, are found here.

Glockenspiel House
Glockenspiel HouseBöttcherstraße 4-6, 28195 Bremen, Germany

The Glockenspiel House is a building in Bremen in the north of Germany. With its 30 bells of Meissen porcelain, the carillon chimes three times a day while wooden panels depicting pioneering seafarers and aviators appear on a rotating mechanism inside the tower. In 1944 the building suffered serious fire damage. The carillon was replaced, this time with white porcelain bells. The panels survived the Second World War undamaged. They were restored in 1991, together with the carillon, which receive

Heimatmuseum Schloss Schonebeck
Heimatmuseum Schloss SchonebeckIm Dorfe 3, 28757 Bremen, Germany

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.

Schifferhaus
SchifferhausStavendamm 15, 28195 Bremen, Germany

The Schifferhaus in Bremen is a well-known monument and got its name from an owner who felt particularly connected to shipping and opened a grocery store on the ground floor around 1920 . It is located in the Bremen-Mitte district of Schnoor in the Altstadt district. The house has been a listed building since 1973. It is usually open to the public on Open Monument Day.

Schütting
SchüttingAm Markt 13, 28195 Bremen, Germany

The Schütting is the building of the Bremen merchants, formerly the guild and food store of the merchants and since 1849 the seat of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce . It has been a listed building since 1973. It is on the south side of the Bremen market square , directly opposite the town hall.

Weser Tower
Weser TowerAm Weser-Terminal 1, 28217 Bremen, Germany

The Weser Tower is a high-rise building on the outskirts of the Überseestadt Bremen. It was built in 2010 according to plans by architect Helmut Jahn for Siedentopf GmbH. The 22 floors of the skyscraper have an area of ​​18,000 square meters and thus space for offices for 800 people. Initially, it was planned in the building u. a. to set up a hotel, a variety of theaters, and restaurants. In addition, further office buildings should be built. Today there is a restaurant on the ground floor of th

Wilhelm Wagenfeld House
Wilhelm Wagenfeld HouseAm Wall 209, 28195 Bremen, Germany

Wilhelm Wagenfeld House, a neo-classical building at the heart of Bremen's 'cultural mile', is a vibrant exhibitions and events center specializing in historical and future-oriented questions about the design and everyday culture. The Wilhelm Wagenfeld Foundation maintains an extensive collection and archive and publishes books about Wagenfeld's oeuvre.

Map of Iconic Buildings to explore in Bremen