If you are searching for the true antiquity of old German cities, you need to look in Quedlinburg. The city contains several historic buildings, the oldest of which were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. In the town center are about fifteen hundred houses which exceed 600 years of age. People still live in these unique buildings.
In Quedlinburg, you will find castles and museums, an old town hall, a church and buildings with much history. There are also houses that are more than 1000 years old, built under Henry I, who had a temporary royal palace there.
In the market square is the town hall, built in 1310, and next to it is a statue of Roland, symbolizing market rights and trade relations. On the Schlossberg hill next to the town are monastery buildings, which are another highlight of Quedlinburg.
It would take a long time to tell you about all of the interesting places worth visiting in this German city, so it is better to use the services of professional guides, who conduct daily tours in several languages.