The Romantic Road Sights

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Dom St. Maria

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Augsburg's cathedral contains the oldest cycle of stained glass in central Europe and five important paintings by Hans Holbein the Elder,...

Fugger-Welser Museum

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This museum, housed in a fine restored Renaissance building, is dedicated to two of the city's most influential benefactors, the Fugger...


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The world's oldest social housing project, this settlement was established by the wealthy Fugger family in 1516 to accommodate Augsburg's...


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The 16th-century house and business quarters of the Fugger family now has a restaurant in its cellar and offices on the upper floors.

Holbein Haus

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The rebuilt 16th-century home of painter Hans Holbein the Elder, one of Augsburg's most famous residents, and birthplace of his son,...


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Augsburg's main museum houses a permanent exhibition of Augsburg arts and crafts in a 16th-century merchant's mansion. ...


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Most of the city's sights are on Augsburg's main shopping street or a short walk away. It was once a medieval wine market along the Roman...


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Leopold Mozart, the father of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and an accomplished composer and musician in his own right, was born in this bourgeois...


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This plastered brick bell tower has foundations dating to the year 989 when it was constructed as a watchtower. Climbing the 258 stairs...


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Augsburg's town hall was Germany's largest when it was built in the early 17th century; it's now regarded as the finest secular Renaissance...