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Ferienwohnungen an der Kaiserpfalz, Goslar
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At the foot of the Rammelsberg hill in the quaint town of Gosler, the historic Ferienwohnungen an der Kaiserpfalz-- better known as the Imperial Palace of Goslar-- was a favorite imperial residence of the Saxon and Salic emperors dating back to the 11th century. Together with the town's 47 churches, chapels, and monasteries, the area has been dubbed Rome of the North. Kaiserhaus, the oldest and best preserved of the buildings, was the largest secular building in 11th-century Germany. Visit the Imperial Palace to see the two-story hall, imperial throne, the family's old living quarters, and imperial hall, which is decorated with monumental murals by H. Wislicenus. Using our world travel planner, Goslar attractions like Ferienwohnungen an der Kaiserpfalz can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The Imperial Palace towers over Goslar and should be absolutely visited. The entrance fee is €7.50 for adults. An animated film about the collegiate church, which is now no longer available is included. As well as an approximately half-hour guided tour through the summer Hall. The past is brought closer very expertly and sympathetic. A visit which is worthwhile.
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  • I share a bit of history that is in Wikipedia so that they see the Kaiserpfalz importance: the Imperial Palace in Goslar (in German Kaiserpfalz Goslar) is a historical Palace in the German town of Goslar, erected by the Emperor Enrique II the Holy desire, between 1005 and 1056. It was extended, between 1039 and 1056, by desire of emperors Conrado II the Salico and Enrique III the black. For two hundred years, between 1050 and 1253, it was the Royal Court of the Germanic emperors. The 23 meetings of the imperial diet took place. Abandoned by the emperors, the building fell into ruins. The main building, the Kaiserhaus (largest secular building of Romanesque architecture, 54 x 18 meters) was restructured almost completely in the seventies of the 19TH century; Thus from 1871 it was used by the Emperor Guillermo I. Junto with the rest of the historical centre of the city of Goslar, is included in the World Heritage list by UNESCO. The Kaiserpfalz is located on a hill in the southern part of the historic centre. Before the main façade are two equestrian statues in bronze, depicting Federico Barbarroja and Guillermo "el Grande", and two replicas of the León of Braunschweig (Braunschweiger Löwe). In the interior is located the Kaisersaal ("room Imperial"), decorated with fresh of the century 19TH that narrate the history of Goslar, and the chapel of San Ulrich, of the century XII. Is preserved some remains of the Church Palatine, with the category of collegiate, consecrated in 1051 by the Bishop German II of Cologne, and whose advocation was of them santos Simon Zelotes and Judas Apostle (improperly is it known as "Cathedral of Goslar"-Goslarer Dom-). It took place the Goslarer Rangstreit ("dispute over precedence of Groslar") that resulted in several deaths during the feast of Pentecost in 1063. Other buildings in the palace complex of Goslar was the Aula regia (Kaiserhaus), a church dedicated to Santa Maria (Liebfrauenkirche, demolished), the aforementioned Chapel of San Ulrico and buildings of the curia. Immediately adjacent to the Collegiate Church had a cloister and a refectory, the collegiate chapter and a barn (trogoderm).
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  • a visit to the Imperial Palace should you necessarily plan and settle at that time.
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  • We booked the apartment several times. It is located in the old town but is still bright, because it has high Windows and rooms and is not in a narrow alley. The equipment exceeds 4 star among others. One can hardly imagine a better location in Goslar.
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  • The apartment is highly recommended. For adults, no wishes are likely to remain open: TV, DVD, books, information material to Goslar and the resin, a welcome drink. But also on the little ones is: toys, children's books, Bottle warmers, high chair u.v.m. The bright apartment is located in the historic old town. Thus, all roads in the city are very short. The low-cost parking is only 20 steps away.
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