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More historical sites in Lower Saxony and Saxony Anhalt

Alfeld-Hannover, Fagus FactoryWerk
The Fagus Factory was built in 1911 by the architect and Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and is known worldwide as the original building of modern architecture. The outstanding steel and glass architecture succeeded in giving a completely unusual appearance of a medium-sized company.


Dessau, Bauhaus
Bauhaus has a special place in the history of architecture, design and art of the 20th century. The Bauhaus college of design revolutionised the aesthetic thinking around the world and laid a crucial foundation stone for the modern age.


The Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Woerlitz
The garden kingdom of Dessau-Woerlitz is an outstanding example of the application of philosophical principles of the enlightenment in landscaping that integrates harmoniously art, education and economics.


St Mary’s Cathedral, the treasure and St Michael’s Church in Hildesheim
St. Michaelis is one of the most beautiful early Romanesque churches in Germany. It displays along with St Mary’s Cathedral and the Cathedral Treasury; a unique ensemble of medieval decorative art.


Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Lutherhaus
The Luther House in Wittenberg is the world’s largest Reformation history museum. Over 1,000 impressive objects – such as the table, where the famous Martin Luther table talk took place, the pulpit and his monk’s habit – give you an insight into the time of Luther and invite you to follow the footsteps of this great reformer.


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