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Cathedral of St. Sephan and St. Sixtus - Halberstadt


The cathedral of Halberstadt, in its present form, was erected on the ruins of the previous building in 1222, which was destroyed by Heinrich the Lion in 1179. During the Second World War the church was heavily damaged but was rebuilt until1956.


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Collegiate Church of St. Servatius - Quedlinburg


The former collegiate church St. Servatii is one of the most famous high Romanesque buildings in Germany. In the 10th century Quedlinburg became one of the most important palatinate under the rule of King Heinrich I. After Henry‘s death his widow Mathilde founded a monastery for women on the Schlossberg (castle`s mount).


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Ss. Peter und Paul`s Cathedral - Naumburg


Among the many outstanding pieces of art are the west-choire with its display of the Passion story and the famous founding figures Uta and Ekkehart.
The romanesque elements of the cathedral add to its plain beauty.


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St. Maurice and St. Catherine`s Evangelic Cathedral - Magdeburg


The origins of the protestant St. Maurice and Catherine`s church are in the 10th century, when Emperor Otto I a monastery in Magdeburg. The toddonated ay gothic appearing sacral building holds still innumerable traces of the Romanesque previous building worth being discovered and admired.


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Ev. St. Mary`s Cathedral and former Premonstratensian Monastery - Havelberg


The cathedral of Havelberg was built immediately after the so-called crusade against the Wends and the final repression of the Slavic tribes in 1149. Monks lived in the monastery belonging to the cathedral according to the Premonstratensian rule until its rescission in 1507.


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Ss. John the Baptist and Lawrence`s Cathedral - Merseburg


The crypt of the cathedral of Merseburg St. Johannes and Laurentius from the early 11th century is one of the most important and most beautiful examples of the Romanesque architecture in Germany. In the cathedral`s library the famous "Merseburger spells " were discovered, written in old-high-German language.


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