Goslar – World Heritage in the Harz mountains

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Imperial City Goslar

Goslar looks back on over a millennium of history and invites visitors to travel back in time through the alleyways in its historical centre, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992, along
with the Rammelsberg mine. Over 1500 half-timbered houses, the historic town hall with its World Heritage Site visitor centre, and a lively café and restaurant scene are a big pull for visitors. With the Harz mountains right on the doorstep, there’s also plenty on offer for nature lovers and hikers. With their historical backdrop, the Christmas market and Christmas forest are a stand-out highlight offering a festive atmosphere every year.


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  • Mönchehaus – museum of modern art
  • Market Square (with church, town hall and carillon)
  • St. Annenhaus
  • Medieval Museum at the Zwinger
  • Museumsufer with Goslarer Zinnfigurenmuseum (Museum of pewter figures)
  • Arts and crafts market at Great Holy Cross
  • Imperial palace with St. Ulrich’s Chapel
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site Rammelsberg (museum and mine open to public)
  • Stave church in the district of Hahnenklee

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Markt 1 (historic Town Hall)
38640 Goslar
Tel.: +49 (0)5321 78060