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St Servatus is an austere Romanesque three aisle Basilica with fine carved column capitals and friezes. Founded by Holy Roman Emperor Heinrich I, and finessed and expanded by his successor Otto I, the building resonates with the origin myths of the Greman peoples. Frescoes once...More
We had arrived in the late afternoon, but still had a good 30 minutes to look round this church which was steeped in history. We had to walk uphill on a cobbled street in the blazing heat. You can ask for an English language information...More
This is World heritage: here the first German King was crowned and 65 parliaments were held. The Church belonged to the nunnery run by abbedesses for almost 800 years and has a nice Interior as well as a treasury
Was a fab visit to both the museum and the church
So many ancient artefacts and so well preserved
The church and the crypt are amazing - makes you transport yourself back in time and imagine what life was like
(Kids loved trying to spot...More
We didn't get to go inside, on a whim went on a Monday, when it is closed. However it is still unreal to see from the outside. A local told us about a bunch of the areas history, very interesting! Views of the village from...More
The staff at the desk were very helpful and gave us an English guide to this ancient church which was very informative. We loved the light and the impressive Byzantine type capitals. The crypt where Henry the Fowler and Matilde are buried is interesting and...More
We loved our visit, as others have mentioned there is a lack of English translation and that which is there is very amusing. That is, "the castle once held great diets - meaning banquets" The two young women on the reception desk were delightful and...More
There is not that much to see int he church itself, but it has the long lost Quedlinburg treasure exhibited. It is just a few very beutiful items, stolen by American soldier during the Second World War and discovered and returned to Germany just a...More
If you are interested in medieval treasures and history you will love it here.The treasures are magnificent-stolen by an American officer in world war two they have been returned at great cost. Well worth a visit.