Altstadt

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Up until the 16C, Goslar owed its prosperity to its silver and lead mines. Nowadays, the altstadt (old town) features a happy mix of handsome medieval properties and Renaissance buildings which bear witness to the town's former wealth. Half-timbered façades around the Schuhhof, slate cladding in the market square, a magnificently decorated Chamber of Allegiance (1510), a Gothic town hall and many other architectural treasures await the discerning visitor.

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Chamber of Allegiance
Chamber of Allegiance
The Hall of Allegiance was converted
Town Hall
Town Hall
Following medieval custom, the town hall
30 minutes
Carved half-timbered houses
Carved half-timbered houses
The Schuhhof is surrounded by half
30 minutes
Kaiserworth
Kaiserworth
This Gothic building (1494) is decorated
15 minutes
Market Square
Market Square
The market place is surrounded by houses
15 minutes
Monks' House
Monks' House
This Museum of Modern Art occupies an
90 minutes
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Chamber of Allegiance
Chamber of Allegiance
The Hall of Allegiance was converted
Town Hall
Town Hall
Following medieval custom, the town hall
30 minutes
Carved half-timbered houses
Carved half-timbered houses
The Schuhhof is surrounded by half
30 minutes
See all