Mariënberg ( Dutch Low Saxon: Mainbarg or Mainbarrug) is a village in the Dutch province of Overijssel. It is located in the municipality of Hardenberg, and lies on the westside of the Vecht river, between Hardenberg and Ommen. As of 2009, the village has 840 inhabitants. Mariënberg was erected by the Brethren of the Common Life in the 14th century.
Marienberg is a town in Saxony, Germany.
Marienberg (" Mary's mountain" in German) may also refer to:
- Bad Marienberg, a town in the Westerwaldkreis of Rhineland-Palatinate
- Marienberg Fortress, Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany
- Marienberg Abbey, a former Benedictine abbey near the village of Burgeis, South Tyrol, Italy
- Mariënberg, a small village in the municipality of Hardenberg in the Netherlands
- Baltic German name for Maarjamäe, Tallinn, Estonia
Marienberg is a town in Germany. It was the district capital of the Mittlerer Erzgebirgskreis (Central Ore Mountains district) in the southern part of Saxony, and since August 2008 it has been part of the new district of Erzgebirgskreis. As of 2007, the town had 14,181 inhabitants.