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Heidelberg and the Neckar Valley Sights


  • Burgviertel 25 Map It
  • Bad Wimpfen

Updated 11/15/2013

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Germany's largest Romanesque living quarters and once the imperial women's apartments, this is now a history museum with relics from the Neolithic and Roman ages along with the history of the Palatinate, including medieval art and ceramics. Next to the Steinhaus are the remains of the northern facade of the palace, an arcade of superbly carved Romanesque pillars that flanked the imperial hall in its heyday. The imperial chapel, next to the Red Tower, holds a collection of religious art.

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Burgviertel 25, Bad Wimpfen, Baden-Württemberg, 74206, Germany

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  • €2.50
  • Apr. 15–Oct. 15, Tues.–Sat. 10–noon, 2–4:30

Updated 11/15/2013


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