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EXPLORE THE FIRST GERMAN CAPITAL!

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EXPLORE THE FIRST GERMAN CAPITAL

Romantic half-timbered houses and the collegiate church with cathedral treasure in Quedlinburg. In Quedlinburg you can enjoy culture - the historic old town is famous for its more than 2000 splendid half-timbered houses from over 8 centuries and the romantic medieval streets.
The friendly city is full of stories and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994. An excursion to visit the historic city centre and enjoy a walk through the alleys up to the Schlossberg is worthwhile! The historical Schlossberg ensemble with the Renaissance castle, the collegiate church St. Servatii and its famous cathedral treasure belongs to the most important buildings and monuments of the Romanesque period. Quedlinburg, a medieval town more than 1000 years old, is the first capital of Germany. In the 10th and 11th centuries the decisive meetings of German kings and emperors took place in Quedlinburg. The first German king, Henry I, was buried in the collegiate church of St. Servatii. The collegiate church with the cathedral treasure is accessible for visitors. Further information can be found here: http://www.quedlinburg.de/de/sehenswert.html
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