12 Sights in Quedlinburg, Germany (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Quedlinburg, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 12 sights are available in Quedlinburg, Germany.

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1. Klopstockhaus Quedlinburg

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Klopstockhaus Quedlinburg Michael Mertens from Darmstadt, Germany / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Klopstockhaus of the municipal museums Quedlinburg is the birthplace of the poet Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, one of the founders of classic German literature. At the time, he was read more often than his contemporaries Goethe and Schiller. Today the Klopstockhaus contains a literary museum that provides information about Klopstock's life and work, but also about other Quedlinburg personalities. The house is entered in the Quedlinburg list of monuments. A library and an archive are connected to the museum. Immediately eastern borders the Haus Schlossberg 13, which is also monumented. At the western end of the garden is the pavilion of the Klopstockhaus.

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2. Stiftskirche St. Servatius

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The former St. Servatius University Church in Quedlinburg-also known as St. Servatii or Quedlinburg Cathedral-is a monument to high Romanesque architecture dedicated to saints Dionysios and Servatius. This flat-roofed cathedral with three naves was built mainly between 1070 and 1129, and is the church of Quedlinburg Convent. Since 1994, the church has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the Old City and Castle of Quedlinburg, is a protected cultural property under the Hague Convention and is included in the Quedlinburg Monuments List.

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3. St. Wiperti

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St. Wiperti is a church southwest of the castle hill in Quedlinburg. As architectural masterpieces of the Romanesque period, the crypt and church bear witness to its important past as the royal court of the Saxon-Ottonian ruling house. Even in later epochs, the place bears witness to a rich history. Today the church is a station on the Romanesque road. The complex is registered in the Quedlinburg Monument Register as a Wipertikloster.

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4. St. Marien auf dem Münzenberg

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St. Marien on the coin mountain was the third large pre -Romanesque church in Quedlinburg after the collegiate church and St. Wiperti. It has not been used as a sacred area since 1525, but its remains were made accessible again by a private initiative by Siegfried Behrens and his wife in the 1990s and 2000s. For long -term security, this project was transferred to the German Foundation for Monument Protection.

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5. Lyonel-Feininger-Galerie

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Lyonel-Feininger-Galerie Fingalo Christian Bickel / CC BY-SA 2.0 de

Lionel-Feininger Gallery is a personal museum located in Quedlinburg. In 2006, it was transferred to the Moritzburg Art Museum Foundation in Harley, Saxony-Anhalt, and was listed in the Blue Book in 2003 as a cultural monument. Therefore, today's museum is one of the cultural beacons of the new federal state. The museum has been part of the Saxony-Anhalt Cultural Foundation since 2014.

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6. Quedlinburger Roland

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The Quedlinburg Roland is a 2.75 meter high Roland statue from Buntsandstein on the market square on the southwestern corner of the town hall of the city of Quedlinburg. Your creator is unknown. With its size it is the second smallest and next to the Rolanden of Bremen and Halberstadt one of the oldest preserved Roland figures. He is entered in the Quedlinburg list of monuments.

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7. St. Nikolai

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Quedlinburg's St. Nikolai is the parish church of Quedlinburg Neustadt. The church was first mentioned in 1222. It is the oldest church in Neustadt district. Today, it is listed as a cultural monument. It is part of the Protestant diocese of Quedlinburg, a Protestant church in central Germany.

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8. St.-Johannis-Kapelle

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Quedlinburg's St. Johannis Chapel was originally a Romanesque building. It is connected to St. Johannes Hospital for Leprosy Patients and Leprosy Patients, located outside the old city of Quedlinburg, so it is also called St. Johannes Hospital Church.

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9. Brühl

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Brühl is a river in Germany. A park 15 hectares south of Quedlinburg Schlossberg. The listed building in Brühlpark is part of the Gartenträume Sachsen-Anhalt project, which includes 40 gardens and is listed in Quedlinburger Denkmalverzeichnis.

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10. Sankt Mathilde

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Sankt Mathilde Thomas Wozniak / Public domain

St. Mathilde, also St. Mathildis, in Quedlinburg is the parish church of the Roman Catholic Sankt-Mathilde community. It belongs to the Deanery in Halberstadt in the diocese of Magdeburg and is registered in the Quedlinburg list of monuments.

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11. Schreckensturm

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The Schreckensturm, also referred to as a terrorist, is a medieval defensive tower of the city fortification of the city of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt. Apartments were set up in the listed tower in modern times.

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12. Hotel Theophano

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Lohgerberhaus is a semi-timber house in the city of Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Built around 1660, this wooden structure was used as a guild home for tanners from 1763 to 1808 and a hotel since 1993.

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