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Erfurt invites you to a rendezvous in the heart of Germany...
The Old Synagogue, is one of a small group of medieval synagogues that have remained undamaged and is the oldest fully intact synagogue in Europe.
One of Erfurts most prestigious Renaissance buildings invites you to discover the city's development from its pre-/early history to the present day.
Arts and crafts from the Middle Ages to the present day are preserved at the Angermuseum, built as a packing and weighing house between 1706 and 1712.
"The Whole World in the Garden" is a permanent exhibition (1,500 m²) inside the ancient fortified walls of Cyriaksburg Castle.
The permanent exhibition in Erfurt's Natural History Museum features Thuringian habitats arranged by themes: geology, forest, meadows and town.
The former headquarters of the firm J.A. Topf & Söhne (J.A. Topf and Sons) is an authentic site of industrial complicity in the Holocaust.
The Museum of Thuringian Folklore, one of Germany's largest folklore museums, has a wealth of exhibits of rural material culture.
House where Erfurt Bauhaus weaver Margaretha Reichardt (1907-1984) lived and worked, preserved in its original state.
Two million Thuringians can´t be wrong: when it comes to rostbratwurst it can only be authentic BORN mustard.
The ruins of the former Franciscan monastery church are a magnificent example of medieval German mendicant order architecture.
This 19th-century storehouse is home to the municipal printing museum and the Erfurt museum's residual collection.
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