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Romanesque Road

Discover the German Middle Ages

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The Romanesque Road is extremely popular among German and international visitors. Nowhere else in Germany can you enjoy such a rich Romanesque heritage as in the Saxony-Anhalt of today. The 1,000 km tourist road is shaped like a figure eight and provides a unique opportunity for visitors to marvel at 88 buildings in 73 different places where Romanesque times are brought to life in all their beauty and splendour. A journey along the Romanesque Road will take you to fortified castles, venerable cathedrals and old churches dating from the 10th to 13th century and bearing witness to the times of Christianisation under the union of cross and sword.


Click the following link to learn more about the many fascinating sites and attractions which dot the northern and southern route.

Romanesque Road in Saxony-Anhalt

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Info Centre Road of Romanesque

Interner Link: Info Centre Road of Romanesque
Go on a voyage of discovery through Magdeburg and Romanesque Saxony-Anhalt.
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Art Museum in the Monastery of Our Lady

Interner Link: Allgemein
The Art Museum in the Monastery of Our Lady is the most important venue for contemporary art and sculpture in the German Land of Saxony-Anhalt and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region.
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Magdeburg Cathedral, dedicated to St. Maurice and St. Catherine

Interner Link: Magdeburg Cathedral, dedicated to St. Maurice and St. Catherine
Magdeburg Cathedral is the first Gothic-style cathedral to be constructed on German soil, one of the largest church buildings in Germany and the most famous attraction in the City of Otto.
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St. John's Church

Interner Link: Saint John's Church
St. John's Church is Magdeburg's oldest parish church, which was first mentioned in 941. The western section of the church, which has a late Romanesque design, and the Gothic hall church have both been preserved. Traces of Martin Luther (a monument) and the Otto von Guericke family (a crypt) can be found both in front of the church and inside the building, which is now predominantly used as a venue for conferences and cultural events.
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Cathedral church St. Sebastian

Interner Link: Cathedral church St. Sebastian
The cathedral church of Saint Sebastian is the centre of the catholic Magdeburg diocese. Foundet in 1015 it is one of the oldest churches in the City of Otto.
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University Church St Peter

Interner Link: The University Church St Peter
Funded about 1150, St Peter impresses with its massive Romanesque steeple, its Gothic nave modern stained glass. Since 1999 it serves as a Catholic university church.
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