Student and castle tour guide Michael Ulrich recommends that visitors to Quedlinburg visit the Ottonian vaulted cellars in the castle, the Abbey garden and Münzenberg Hill.
Michael Ulrich in Quedlinburg
Quedlinburg is one of the best-preserved timber-framed towns in Germany. In its more than 1000-year history, it has seen kings and emperors, survived threatening decay and been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1994.
The town of Quedlinburg, with its timber-framed houses, was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site 25 years ago. The title and the commitment of its citizens saved it from ruin. Join DW on a short trip to the Middle Ages.
Artistic landscaped gardens; lots of middle ages flair; a hot spot of modern Bauhaus architecture – for visitors, that means: UNESCO World Heritage sites wherever you look in Saxony-Anhalt.
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