Explore Quedlinburg in Germany with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.Individual Sights in Quedlinburg
Sight 1: St. Nikolai
St. Nikolai in Quedlinburg is the parish church of the new town in Quedlinburg, Germany. The church was first mentioned in a document in 1222. This makes it the oldest church in the Neustadt district. Today it is registered as a cultural monument. It belongs to the Protestant parish of Quedlinburg within the Evangelical Church in Central Germany.
Sight 2: GutsMuths-Denkmal
The GutsMuths monument is a monument to Johann Christoph Friedrich GutsMuths, the founder of the German gymnastics movement and an important reform pedagogue.
Sight 3: Goetzesches Mausoleum
The Goetz Mausoleum, also known as Grufthaus Gebhardt or Grufthaus Goetze, is a listed mausoleum in the old town of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Sight 4: Marktkirche
Sight 5: Quedlinburger Roland
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 known Roland and is entered in the Quedlinburg list of monuments.
Sight 6: Hotel Theophano
The Lohgerberhaus is a listed half-timbered house in the city of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt. The half -timbered building built around 1660 was used between 1763 and 1808 as the Gildhaus der Lohgerber and since 1993 as a hotel.
Sight 7: Kulturkirche St. Blasii
Sight 8: Fachwerkmuseum im Ständerbau
The Half -Werkmuseum Stand construction of the Quedlinburg municipal museums is a half -timbered museum and a listed half -timbered house in Quedlinburg.
Sight 9: Schachtbrunnen
The Schachtbrunnen is a listed fountain named after the merchant Friedrich Schacht in the town of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Sight 10: Am Stadtwall
Haus Hohe Straße 28 is a listed building in the city of Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Sight 11: Vitzthum von Eckstedtsche Freihof
The Vitzthum von Eckstedtsche Freihof is a listed farm in Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Sight 12: Museum Lyonel Feininger
The Lyonel Feininger Museum, formerly the Lyonel-Feininger Gallery, is a Human Resources Museum in Quedlinburg, founded in 1986. In 2006, it was transferred to Halle as a sponsor of the Moritzburg Foundation – Kunstmuseum des Landes Saxony-Anhalt Foundation and already in 2003 was admitted to the Blaubuch as a cultural memory site. The museum is now one of the cultural lighthouses in the new Länder. The museum has been part of the Saxony-Anhalt Cultural Foundation since 2014.
Sight 13: Klopstockhaus Quedlinburg
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. The Haus Schlossberg 13, which is also monumented east, borders the east. At the western end of the garden is the pavilion of the Klopstockhaus.
Sight 14: Stiftskirche St. Servaii Domschatz Quedlinburg
The Quedlinburg cathedral treasure is one of the most important treasures of Germany. There are 63 pieces of the Treasure of the Quedlinburg women's pencil, which are now exhibited in two rooms of the St. Servatii collegiate church in Quedlinburg. A large part of the treasures came to the lady's pencil as gifts from the Liudolfingian ruling house.
Sight 15: Stiftskirche St. Servatius
The former collegiate church of St. Servatius in Quedlinburg - also referred to as St. Servatii or Quedlinburg Cathedral - is a monument of highly Romanesque architecture consecrated to St. Dionysios and Servatius. The flat -covered three -aisled basilica, which was essentially built between 1070 and 1129, was the church of the Quedlinburg women's poison. The church has been part of the world heritage of UNESCO since 1994 together with the old town of Quedlinburg and the castle, and it is also a protected cultural asset according to the Hague Convention and is entered in the Quedlinburg list of monuments.
Sight 16: Schlossberg (Schloss und Stiftskirche)
The Schlossberg is an elevation of the Northern Harz Foreland. It is located in Quedlinburg in the district of Harz, Saxony-Anhalt, and is the site of Quedlinburg Abbey.
Sight 17: Münzenberg
The Münzenberg is a district of Quedlinburg, Germany.
Sight 18: Ferienhaus Klosterküche
Sight 19: St. Marien auf dem Münzenberg
St. Marien on the Münzenberg was the third large pre-Roman church in Quedlinburg after the St. Wiperti's Church.
Sight 20: Brühl
The Brühl is a park of about 15 hectares south of the Schlossberg in Quedlinburg. The listed Brühlpark is part of the Saxony-Anhalt Garden Dreams project, which includes 40 gardens, and is registered in the Quedlinburg Register of Monuments.
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