1. Bicycle tracks
Marl has a place for bicyclists in North Rhine-Wesfalens. Marl is a perfect beginning stage for going visits through the northern Ruhr zone. Various cycling trails lead into Haard and the nature hold Hohe Mark. Cycling is extremely healthy, and you can do something good for your body.
3. Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten
In 1982, the metropolitan area is fullfiled with another gallery being manufactured at the time: Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl. Transparency is the striking quality of this historical center of figure whose shows are on showcase. Exhibition hall venues stretch out to open spaces including region encompassing town lobby, City Lake, and recreation center.
5. Church of St. George
Catholic church of St. George is a Grade II recorded church in Marl, in the area of Recklinghausen in North Rhine-Westphalia. Congregation was initially formed in 1155. It was designed by Vinzenz Statz. The west tower is Romanesque style. Inside the congregation there is a container formed baptismal text style from the thirteenth century.
2. Marl Theater
The extraordinary mix of shows and theater displays along with social gatherings is available in Marl. Theater building was erected in the fifties, along with a gallery with its special transparent presentation idea. This is perfect place for all theater lovers.
4. Museum at Erzschacht
The historical time of metal mining in Marl is alive in the gallery at Erzschacht. You can see exhibits of mineral, zinc and silver. This is modern landmark with transitional shaft tower, 250 meter long. Marl.
Marl, in the northern Ruhr Area, is a town and an appealing destination for tourists, that offers cycling visits and rich cultural life.
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