Bautzen The Essential
A town of Sorbians, descendants of a western Slav people, Bautzen owes its prosperity to its location, built on a rock outcrop skirted by the winding course of the Spree.There is a picturesque view of the town from the bridge, including the castle, the cathedral, a network of narow streets, and the old fountain which serves as an emblem for the town.
St Peter's Cathedral is the only place
These well-preserved ramparts encircling
This old water tower was built in 1558
In the former salt storehouse, the
Where Ortenburg castle stands today,
The Market Square is surrounded by