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Dankwarderode Castle, Braunschweig
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  • In the Centre of the city of Braunschweig, these buildings rebuilt after the second world war are very nice.
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  • Also in interesting: The Herzog - Anton - Ulrich - Museum with very interesting exhibits from the middle ages. Entrance fee €5.
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  • The Castle Square on the title image is not free in Merian issues of 2006 and 2016. It is just THE artifact associated with Brunswick. Next to the Cathedral, the castle is the second characteristic building. The Museum is recommended. Toll the smallest Bookstore in a small corner of the square. Unfortunately, not all areas at any time are accessible (E.g. the Knight's Hall).
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  • Exhibition is only one dark room with little description on the items. (makes onky sense with a tour or if you already know about the stuff)
  • Braunschweig, Henry the Lion City, is the largest city in the South-East of Lower Saxony, North of the Harz mountains and is at the same time, the cultural and economic centre of the region. Braunschweig has approx. 247,000 inhabitants. The city was subjected to violent bombardments during the second. During World War II, but still preserved the city its 5 centres that testify that the city initially 5 cities, each with its walls. The old districts bordered by 2 branches of the river Oker. Castle Dankwarderode Castle Square and the Cathedral St. Blasii, as Henry the lion share Act when he came home from the Holy land. In 1195, he was buried in were outlawed in the vaulted Basilica with three ships beside his wife Mathilde.
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  • More expected entry into the Castle as I few weeks ago times (so actually the art exhibition) ultimately paid had - a large room with some of the works that probably tell much more than me the art lovers. Based on the appearance (and the 2 Lions inside) but 4 out of 5 stars.
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  • Like in the middle ages
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  • Interesting small museum Department in the lower part. The upper part is used for temporary exhibitions.
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