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The Saxony-Anhalt Museum Association

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Douche-Pavillon Bad Lauchstädt
Bad Lauchstädt Historic Spa Park and Goethe Theatre

During the guided tour of the exhibition on the history of the former health resort Bad Lachstädt, the visitor is submerged in the heyday of the so-called "Saxon Pyrmont". The spa life of the 18th century is just as ... more

Foyer Stadtmuseum Halle; Bildrechte: Stadt Halle (Saale)/T. Ziegler Halle
city museum

The headquarters of the Halle City Museum, located at Großen Märkerstraße 10, consists of a heritage-rich collection of structures spanning from a Renaissance townhouse to a former printing building. Chr ... more

Waisenhaus Halle
Francke Foundations in Halle

The Francke Foundations in Halle, founded in 1698 as a poorhouse and orphanage by the Pietist theologian August Hermann Francke (1663-1727), gained respect and recognition throughout 18th-century Europe as an educational ... more

Gotisches Haus Wörlitz
Gothic House

The "Gothic House", one of the most beautiful examples of the Neo-Gothic style, was built from 1773 onwards. Apart from the private rooms of the Prince it also housed his collections. Although the inspiration for the bui ... more

Molmerswende
Gottfried-August-Bürger-Museum in Molmerswende

Unfortunately, the museum building and birthplace of Gottfried August of Bürger (1747-1794) is closed due to structural reasons.

Currently, a small interim exhibition can be viewed at the local restaurant, "Zu ... more

Schloss Luisium Dessau-Roßlau
Palace Luisium

The "Wörlitz Palace" which was built between 1774 and 1778 is an outstanding testimony to the early classical architecture in Germany and one of the most beautiful creations of the master builder Friedrich Wilhelm von Er ... more

Schloss Mosigkau Dessau-Roßlau
Palace Mosigkau

Built between 1752-1757 as the summer residence of Princess Anna-Wilhelmine von Anhalt-Dessau - an aunt of Prince Franz - Mosigkau Castle belongs to the few Rococo buildings in Middle Germany which are in good condition. ... more