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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

Außenansicht von Luthers Sterbehaus; Foto: von M GmbH Lutherstadt Eisleben
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Luther's Place of Death


Martin Luther's life came to full circle when he died in Eisleben, the city where he also was born, on 18th February 1546. Martin Luther was called to his Counts of Mansfeld to settle disputes. He obeyed the voice of hi ... more

Melanchthonhaus und Erweiterungsgebäude; Foto: Florian Trott Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Luther Memorials Foundation in Saxony-Anhalt
Melanchthon House Wittenberg


Built in 1536 and almost preserved unchanged, the Melanchthon House is one of the most beautiful Renaissance houses of Germany. It served as a residence up until 1953 and was then used as local history museum until 1966. ... more

Das Besucherzentrum Arche Nebra ist äußerlich der goldenen Sonnenbarke am unteren Rand der Himmelsscheibe von Nebra nachempfunden. Nebra
Nebra Ark Visitor Center

In 1999, two "treasure hunters" discovered the Nebra Sky Disc on the Mittelberg, a hill located close to Wangen (now a part of Nebra). Wrought over 3,600 years ago, it is the oldest concrete representation of the cosmos ... 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

Schloss Wörlitz Wörlitz
Palace Wörlitz

The Wörlitz Palace as the earliest classical building in Germany was built between 1769 ans 1773. It was designed by Friedrich Wilhelm von Erdmannsdorff. Prince Leopold III. Friedrich Franz von Anhalt-Dessau as a summer ... more

Fachwerkmuseum im Ständerbau Quedlinburg
Ständerbau

The Museum of Half-Timber Construction is located in one of the oldest German half-timbered houses which is the oldest in Quedlinburg (from about 1310).
The visitors are informed about the history of half-timber co ... more