Top 8 most stunning cities to visit in Germany (part 3)

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5. Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Rothenburg ob der Tauber is one of the most attractive towns in Germany and is located on the banks of Tauber. It is wonderful that old buildings, narrow streets and towering buildings reflect the old days that remain intact since the war.

Attractions such as Master Builder’s home with spectacular courtyard and wooden railings, Burggarten, castle gardens and its beautiful flower baskets must all be visited when in Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Another highlight is the 700-year stained glass at St. Church. Jacob, and the Medieval Crime Museum, where crime and criminal artifacts are from more than a thousand years ago.

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6. Quedlinburg

As the first capital of Germany, Quedlinburg is the historical archive of Germany from the past periods. The old town, the renaissance castle and the beautiful Romanesque church were recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 1994. You will enjoy exploring the cobblestone streets of the old city, the 1000-year-old church located On top of sandstone cliffs, And beautiful castles along the beautiful Romanesque road.

St. Church Servatius, treasure famous church, Roman Roman Catholic Church St. Wiperti, and the ruins of Marian monastery protect Germany’s history well. Other activities include exploring 1,300 8th-century wooden houses, canoeing on Concordiasee, or climbing at Selketal-stieg.

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