A Pearl in the Heart of Germany
by Wojciech Fedoruk - 5 years ago
Quedlinburg is a UNESCO-listed marvellous town located at the boarder of Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia, not so far from Magdeburg and Lepizig. The old town is one of the attractions I liked the most in Germany - you may really feel the medieval atmosphere passing by the narrow streets with half-timbered houses. Unlike many medival towns in Western Europe, Quedlinburg is not crowded with tourists. The real must-see is St. Servatius' church, one of the most beautiful roman churches I have ever visited.