Germany

The 300-year-old historical epoch in Germany is divided into early Romanesque (approx. 950-1050), high Romanesque (approx. 1050-1150) and late Romanesque (approx. 1150-1250). Saxony-Anhalt offers a host of monuments from the Middle Ages that are worth visiting as the heartland of German and European history,

The outstanding skills and abilities of the master builders from the Romanesque era are particularly reflected along the “Route of the Romanesque” running 1,000 km through Saxony-Anhalt in a northern and a southern loop. Splendid cathedrals, small parish churches, mighty castles and monasteries testify to the importance of the region, which is now Saxony-Anhalt, in the Middle Ages.

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Also the beautiful small town Königslutter in Lower Saxony has plenty things to see. With its 17 communities it is a city with a relaxing atmosphere and it is an alluring destination for visitors.

Lower-Saxony: Braunschweiger Land

The beautiful small town with its 17 communities is a city with a relaxing atmosphere and is an alluring destination for visitors. There is plenty to see and to explore: first and foremost the famous Romanesque cathedral, founded by the Roman Emperor Lothar III. Also historical mechanical musical instruments, richly adorned half-timbered buildings and colorful houses from many eras with surprising details.

Saxony-Anhalt

As the heartland of German and European history, Saxony-Anhalt offers a host of monuments from the Middle Ages that are worth visiting. The outstanding skills and abilities of the master builders from the Romanesque era are particularly reflected along the "Romanesque Road" running through Saxony-Anhalt in a northern and a southern route.