Art gallery in Sylt, Germany. Address: Bahnhofstraße 12, 25980 Sylt, Germany. Phone: +49 4651 8891368.

Altfriesisches Haus is built in 1739 as a farmhouse, the Altfriesische Haus was the residence of the Sylt chronicler Hansen in the 19th century. In 1907 it was transformed into a museum for Old Sylt home decor.

The Sylter Heimatmuseum, which stands in Keitum directly on the green cliff, was built in 1759 on Sylt. In it, the history of Sylt can be traced very vividly. This begins with finds from the pre-historic and early-historical and goes back to the time of the 17th and 18th centuries, where came from Sylt the great sailors and captains who carried out their whaling in the North Sea with their ships. Evidence of this is also one of the exhibits that stand in front of the Sylter Heimatmuseum, a whale skeleton.

The Church of St. Thomas is a Protestant Lutheran church in Hörnum on Sylt . It was built 1969-1970 after the design of the Niebüller architect Martin Bernhard Christiansen. As a location, a dune on the upper dune path was chosen, next to the pastorate already there. Previously existed a provisional Barackenkirche outside the village. There is now the protection station Wadden Sea housed. St. Thomas has been a listed building since 1997. It is the youngest listed church in Schleswig-Holstein (as of 2008).

 

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