List of equestrian statues in Germany: Wikis

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This is a list of equestrian statues in Germany.

See also: List of equestrian statues by country

Contents

Berlin

Aachen

Altötting

Bad Frankenhausen

Bamberg

Bautzen

  • King Albert by Walter Hauschild on the south side of the Lauenturm, 1913.

Bernburg

Braunschweig

Bremen

Chemnitz

Cologne

Coburg

Darmstadt

Dresden

  • King August II (Goldener Reiter) at the Neustädter Markt square.
  • King Albert by Max Baumbach in front of the Ständehaus, destroyed.

Dortmund

Düsseldorf

Erfurt

Essen

Frankfurt am Main

Freiburg im Breisgau

Gera

Geislingen an der Steige

Goslar

Halle an der Saale

Hamburg

Hanover

Herne

Karlsruhe

Kiel

Koblenz

  • German Corner - the monument of Emperor Wilhelm I by Emil Hundrieser. It is the tallest of the Kaiser Wilhelm equestrian monuments, the sculpture itself is 14 meters high.

Krefeld

  • Memorial to fallen Krefelder Tanzhusaren at the Grafschaftsplatz, 1929.

Lübeck

Magdeburg

Merseburg

Munich

Nürnberg

Osnabrück

Saarbrücken

  • Emperor Wilhelm I close to the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge), destroyed after 1945.
  • Den Gefallenen Soldaten monument.

Sankt Andreasberg

Schwerin

Solingen

Stuttgart

Waldheim

Weimar

Weißenfels

Wriezen

Überlingen

Wuppertal

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