The connection between Bremerhaven and Baltimore go back to the beginning of Bremer Haven (the Bremen harbor).
Architecture & Monuments
A variety of peculiarities from the past and present
You would like to look out to the River Weser or over our beautiful Seaside City? Visit our look-out platform and let yourself be fascinated by the fast view over the water, harbors and ships. Are you interested in the past? Take a journey into history and discover the monuments, memorials or commemorative plaques, which are located through out the city. Churches and concerts are interesting to you? Then you will find a number of possibilities here. Enjoy browsing the sites and experiencing!
Reconstruction based on an old model
When the shipping company Friedrich Busse in Geestemünde put the „Sagitta" to sea, German deep-sea fishing began.
From organ concerts to chamber music as well as orchestra concerts and large oratorial concerts.
Seaside City of Bremerhaven
The memorial statue in front of the Columbus Center symbolizes the manifold ties between Bremerhaven and the USA.
In remembrance of the Bremerhaven born singer of the song „Lili Marleen".
The so-called „ghost ship" is a former mine sweeper built in the years 1918/1919 in the Seebeck shipping yard.
Two plaques on a memorial stone commemorate the suffering of forced laborers.
The Carillon of St. Marien