Evangelical baroque church in Meißenheim
The front of the church is introduced into the townscape as a point de vue, the Rathausstrasse leads directly to the main entrance of the church.
Silverman Organ in Meißenheim
Johann Andreas Silbermann from Strasbourg built the famous organ in the baroque church.
Friederike Brion conquered the heart of the then three years older Johann Wolfgang von Goethe at the age of 18.
Memorial mourning home in Meißenheim
A young woman in traditional costume puts a wreath around a steel helmet that lies on a broken column.
Christophorus Chapel in Meißenheim
Chapel at Riedhof with Stations of the Cross and depiction of the Christmas story.
Stream Promenade in Meißenheim
A local recreation area, directly at the Mühlbach. The brook promenade festival is a spectator magnet.
Many old half-timbered houses beautify the appearance of both communities.
Former parish office in Kürzell
The parsonage built in 1904 is an eye-catcher in the Kürzeller Oberdorfstraße.
400 year old linden tree at State road 75
In the past, lime trees had the shape of a bird, but after a necessary crown cut, none of this can be seen anymore.
Johann Georg Pfaff
Innkeeper and farmer rebel from Kürzell. Farmer sly, brave and cunning”, the “folk hero” was described. A plaque at the property in need of renovation reminds of him.
Local Government Kürzell
As city hall in the year 1901 established, the building serves now the local administration Kürzell.
Witch house and sculpture
Rest area with refuge, state road 118 between Meißenheim and Kürzell, about half way.
Midgepath oder Aue- Adventure trail
The approximately 8 km long Schnakenpfad Meißenheim was created in 2004 with the participation of an agenda group and the Meißenheim home association.
Old school house in Kürzell
Built in 1876 and remodeled in 2017. The neo-renaissance facade was preserved. The village square in front of the building.