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Museum für Stadtgeschichte Neuenburg am Rhein

History and tradition
Neuenburg am Rhein
Germany
The Museum of City History with its attached historical archive documents the history of the city from its beginnings to modern times. Founded by Berthold IV of Zähringen around 1175, the town quickly developed into an important economic centre thanks to its strategically excellent location on the Rhine. As early as 1219, Neuenburg am Rhein was elevated to the status of a free imperial city by the Staufer Emperor Friedrich II. The thematically and chronologically clearly structured exhibition trail documents the great history of the town, its importance in the border triangle and its destruction due to war.
Museum für Stadtgeschichte Neuenburg am Rhein
In der historischen Sammlung
In der historischen Sammlung
Opening hours
Museum closed for an indefinite period
Address
Museum für Stadtgeschichte Neuenburg am Rhein
Franziskanerplatz 4
79395
Neuenburg am Rhein
Germany
+49 7631-9318038

47.814819778752, 7.5619371469742