Saarbrücken is a land where you will get an amalgamation of influence of both Germans and French people. Situated next to the French border, Saarbrücken is the capital and largest city of the state of Saarland in Germany. The history of this city is connected to the Roman Empire. It is said that when Julius Caesar in the 1st-century BC defeated Gaul, this area was annexed into the Roman Empire. Here we are giving you the names of some important venues that must be visited whenever you plan for a trip to Saarbrücken.
1. Visit Germany’s one vital Protestant Church Ludwigskirche
Located in the city of old Saarbrücken, Germany, Ludwigskirche is globally known as a Lutheran baroque-style church. Ludwigskirche is actually the symbol of the city and local people and administration consider it as one of the most vital Protestant churches in Germany.