Quedlinburg

The over 1000-year-old town of Quedlinburg, situated on the north-eastern edge of the Harz Mountains, is characterised by numerous Romanesque buildings, over 2000 half-timbered houses and villas from the Wilhelminian and Art Nouveau periods. The Renaissance castle and the collegiate church with its famous cathedral treasure are famous. Due to its extraordinary importance, Quedlinburg was included in the list of protected cultural monuments by UNESCO.
Anyone interested in ancient German towns should definitely visit here.

Architecture | Quedlinburg | Travelphotography | UNESCO

Information about taking this photo

  • Camera: FinePix S9500
  • Focal length: 6.2mm
  • Aperture: ƒ/8
  • Shutter speed: 1/160s
  • ISO: 800
  • Taken: 13 March, 2009

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