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Walkenried Cistercian Monastery Museum

Walkenried

The present ruins of the once powerful monastery points back to the origins of the 12th century, when the Romanesque abbey church of St. Mary and Martin was built.

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Cathedral and Treasure

Halberstadt

For more than 1.200 years is the Halberstadt cathedral and church of St Stephen and St Sixtus spiritual centre of the city and the entire region.

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Museum Monastery and Imperial Palace

Kaiserpfalz OT Memleben

In the 10th century the place Memleben took its place in history. On several occasions, King Henry I and his son Emperor Otto I stayed at this location.

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Divine splendor - magnificent church in Goslar

Goslar

The medieval wealth of the imperial town of Goslar is reflected in the number of impressive churches that required a high level of united effort to complete.

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From the Beginnings of Power - Bad Gandersheim

Bad Gandersheim

To visit Bad Gandersheim means to return to the origin of the Saxon kings and emperors.

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A man changes the world- Martin Luther (1483-1546)

Lutherstadt Eisleben

Eisleben owes its prosperity in the late Middle Ages to the copper mining. The Mansfeld copper area gained national importance on the European market.

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Monastery Michaelstein

Blankenburg

Founded in 1146 Michaelstein is well away from the city life situated in an idyllic Harz Mountains remoteness.

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Christian Centre of the Harz region- Halberstadt

Halberstadt

The former medieval splendour of Halberstadt can be best admired from the distance where the steeples of the cathedral, the Church of our Lady and the Martini Church shape a visible town crown.

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