List of architectural monuments in Fulerum

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shield-shaped memorial plaque of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia with the coat of arms of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, above it in capital letters "Monument", top left and right as well as a nail in the middle.

The list of architectural monuments in Fulerum contains the listed buildings in the area of Essen-Fulerum , district III, in North Rhine-Westphalia (as of January 2016). These architectural monuments are entered in the monuments list of the city of Essen; The basis for the admission is the Monument Protection Act North Rhine-Westphalia (DSchG NRW).  Map with all coordinates: OSM | WikiMapf1Georeferencing

image designation location description construction time Registered
former Borgsmühle (3 buildings) former Borgsmühle
(3 buildings)
Fulerumer Straße 7a – c
built from rubble stones; Originally in the 12th century, the Borgsmühle - at that time Vryenmole - was a service man's seat of the Essen Abbey 1848 Nov 14, 1991 720
more pictures
Halbachhammer Altenau 12
Remnants of the medieval Fickynhütte from Weidenau an der Sieg, built in 1935/36 by Gustav Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach at the current location and donated to the city of Essen, today a branch of the Ruhr Museum 1798 0Dec 6, 1993 792
Southwest Cemetery
more pictures
Southwest Cemetery Fulerumer Strasse 15
second largest burial place in the city, houses among other things honor graves of regional personalities as well as 2,827 war graves; Large mourning hall with outbuildings made of dark-fired clinker bricks according to plans by Ernst Bode have encircled a courtyard since 1926 and form the main entrance area, which is open to Fulerumer Straße 1925-1929 Nov 14, 1991 721
Georg Metzendorf's tomb Georg Metzendorf's tomb Fulerumer Straße 15 / Südwestfriedhof , Grabfeld Wald , grave site 399 Tomb of the architect Georg Metzendorf by the sculptor Joseph Enseling 1935 Sep 15 2005 942

Web links