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Audio Guide City Tour

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Quedlinburg, the former royal palace and a member of the Hanseatic League, is a delightful, more than 1.000-year-old medieval town, situated on the northern edge of the Harz.

Be enchanted by the beautiful charming alleys with ancient pave stones and the spacious squares surrounded by half-timbered houses, dominated by massive sandstone cliffs of the castle hill with the Romanesque St. Servatius church. Here began German history over 1.000 years ago. Breathe history, art and culture surrounded by 2.069 half-timbered houses and Art Nouveau Romanesque buildings. Between Feininger Gallery, Klopstockhaus and a widely acclaimed treasure people live their normal everyday life. We invite you to explore the city using an audio guide and discover 20 different stations.

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Markt 4

06484 Quedlinburg

Phone: 03946 905624


Website: www.quedlinburg-info.de

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