Imperial Palace of Goslar, Goslar

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At the foot of the Rammelsberg hill in the quaint town of Gosler, the historic Imperial Palace of Goslar-- better known as the Imperial Palace of Goslar-- was a favorite imperial residence of the Saxon and Salic emperors dating back to the 11th century. Together with the town's 47 churches, chapels, and monasteries, the area has been dubbed Rome of the North. Kaiserhaus, the oldest and best preserved of the buildings, was the largest secular building in 11th-century Germany. Visit the Imperial Palace to see the two-story hall, imperial throne, the family's old living quarters, and imperial hall, which is decorated with monumental murals by H. Wislicenus. To visit Imperial Palace of Goslar on your holiday in Goslar, and find out what else Goslar has to offer, use our Goslar.
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  • Great building from the outside, a palace for the travelling emperors with a parking place in front of it and a few minutes walking from the inner city. The entrance is not cheap with 9 euro but you.....  more »
  • The outside looks impressive and whets the appetite for good things when you go inside , however apart from the first floor wall paintings , which are magnificent, the rest was a bit disappointing...  more »
  • Nice castle. I enjoyed with my family. The view of city was amazing from the castle.
  • Small imperial palace with a brilliant restore throne room. In the lower rooms they explain you a lot of the local history in German or take a audio guide.

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