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Schloss Quedlinburg, Quedlinburg
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  • A very beautiful sight on Quedlinburg. You think the small house is about 200 years back. Dreamy, as if the time has stopped. You can relax in the courtyard.
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  • Lovely cobbled, traffic free streets to meander along looking in amazing shop windows and gazing up at the architecture- especially the roof lines- in a peaceful relaxing setting 
  • The signs in the city could be better and the castle is generally not accessible for people with reduced mobility. In the Museum, two rooms in the entrance area were completely empty, unless there was a reason for it. Otherwise, the presentation of the exhibits has succeeded but very.
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  • Go to the castle gardens. Here is the rest.
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  • The collegiate church is rather spartan inside and the crypt is empty, not really worth the admission
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  • Outstanding over the narrow cobbled streets with their characteristic half-timbered houses historical nucleus of Quedlinburg on sand-stone Castle Hill, the site of a palace built at the beginning of the 10th century by King Heinrich I, in the form of a former women's monastery with Renaissance buildings, as well as the built between 997 and 1129, high Romanesque collegiate church with a two-towered Western facade and a Gothic high choir. In the castle with a court-side half-timbered tour and the Wendelstein and the new existing Abbey and the living quarters of the noble women of the PIN from the Renaissance residence construction, interesting Castle Museum was established in the former reception and audience halls. Worth seeing as an ottonisches vault and the "throne room". The Terassengarten offers a beautiful panoramic view of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Quedlinburg's former function as a centre of Imperial politics of the 10 to 12 century the Ottonian and salian rulers among those given the idea of a continuation of the tradition of the ancient Roman Empire from the East of the Carolingian Empire the Holy Roman Empire emerged, is currently on pen Hill today!
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  • The magnificent Castle and the view from the top, and in the city of towers, churches, old houses, half-timbered houses-architecture
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