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Dom und Domschatz, Halberstadt

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  • We were late January 2017 in Halberstadt and have visited there also the Cathedral and the Cathedral Treasury. Our two daughters (12 and 9 years old) and we were very impressed with both the Cathedral and the Cathedral treasure. The Cathedral draws through his incredible size under its spell. And then the many fantastic stonework, truly exceptional. The organ and the altar are just amazing. With the Cathedral treasure, we found very successful new cultivation. And then of course the Cathedral treasure that makes one speechless. If there are the vestments of the clergy, relics or the altar pictures - incredible. The carpets were highlights for us, however. The images and colors are really just when you consider the age of a treasure. From planned originally as a short stopover visit, so quickly became a several hours visit.
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  • Must be seen - its a very impressive building with a stunningly beautiful decoration. It's also recomended to see The Cathedral Treasury situated in a new building next to the cathedral.  more »
  • On our way back from the Harz mountains we finally - have visited 26 years after the "turnaround" - the rebuilt, ecclesiastical centre of this old episcopal town. Stay alone on the enormous, elongated dome square (approx. 200 m x 30 m "net") was an experience! The flair - over badgworthy! The Romanesque church of our Lady with its 4 towers and the cloister with its rustic vaulted at the eastern end of the square has impressed us. Topped the whole thing was then 250 m further on the other, western end of the Cathedral square through the architecture of the Gothic Cathedral - a dream! Other travelers have been here already enough photos to the DOM and his "incidental peace". At least every aspiring, "Saxony Anhalt education citizens' (secondary school students) should be the visit of these two churches - just like the visit of the Magdeburg Cathedral - inner need! The Cathedral treasure but atheistic distinct people from Eastern Germany ONLY in the context of a leadership should allow to act. The relics exhibited in the side room of the Cathedral and the valuable Church unit require an explanation, otherwise, these works of art of the Kirchensphäre remain closed atheist contemporaries in their importance. The numerous issued, archaic tapestries have strained strongly but also my absorption – this part of the treasure of the Cathedral is probably something for textile enthusiasts. At least, I was quite happy when this section of the exhibition behind us. My recommendation to the visitors of the Cathedral Square area: it should be with its cloister the Romanesque church of our Lady – it must be the DOM! The Cathedral Treasury (8 euro admission) can it be provided - one is been brought up Catholic, Evangelical Christian or 'Education citizens' or - taking part as an atheist in a guided tour of the Cathedral treasure.
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