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Naumburger Dom - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Domplatz 16, 06618 Naumburg (Saale), Germany


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About Naumburger Dom

Naumburger Dom is the former cathedral of the Naumburg diocese and largely dates from the first half of the 13th century. He is one of the most important buildings of the late Romanesque in Saxony-Anhalt, is a station on the Romanesque Road and since 2018 UNESCO - World Heritage Site. The Naumburg Cathedral is a so-called double choir - d. H. with a choir on both narrow sides.

Attractions Near Naumburger Dom

Schloss Neuenburg
Schloss Neuenburg6.29km from Naumburger Dom

The Neuenbürg Castle is located in Baden-Wuerttemberg in the region Northern Black Forest , between Karlsruhe and Stuttgart . Its location on a mountain of the Enz above the city of Neuenbürg is striking. The name Neuenburg derives from German for "new castle". From 1656 until 1746 it was a secondary residence of the Dukes of Saxe-Weissenfels.

Rudelsburg8.47km from Naumburger Dom

The Rudelsburg is a hilltop castle above Saaleck in the Burgenland district in Saxony-Anhalt. It is about 85 meters above the south bank of the Saale on a rocky ridge made of shell limestone. The castle was probably built by the bishops of Naumburg in the High Middle Ages to secure trade routes such as the Via Regia with the Saale bridge in Bad Kösen. At times the castle served as a residence for various noble families until it was destroyed in the Thirty Years War and then fell into disrepair.

Geiseltalsee17.83km from Naumburger Dom

The Geiseltalsee is a residual open pit lake in southern Saxony-Anhalt. The lake was created in the course of recultivation measures in the former Geiseltal lignite mining area northeast of Müelte. With almost 19 square kilometers, it is the largest artificial lake in Germany, is one of the ten most water-rich lakes in Germany, and is the largest body of water in the Central German Lake District. Together with other lakes to the southeast, it forms the Geiseltaler lake complex.

Planetarium Jena
Planetarium Jena29.06km from Naumburger Dom

Zeiss Planetarium is a thin shell and planetarium building that was completed in 1926. The project is located in Jena, Thüringen. visitors can experience a “star theatre” that employs the latest computer-controlled technologies. The dome roof itself was also extensively refurbished and, since 2012, once again boasts its original green colour.

JenTower29.44km from Naumburger Dom

The Jentower is a high-rise in Jena. With a height of 144.5 m. it is the tallest office building in the new federal states according to the official height. It has 31 floors, including 2 basement floors and 29 upper floors. The tower is built using a sliding formwork method on a 3.20 m thick reinforced concrete base plate. The Jentower is currently owned by Saller Gewerbebau.

Deutsches Optisches Museum
Deutsches Optisches Museum29.72km from Naumburger Dom

The German Optical Museum Jena is a science and technology museum. It displays optical instruments from eight centuries. It gives a technical and cultural-historical survey of the development of optical instruments. With changing special exhibitions and extensive educational programs, the Optical Museum was popular at this time as an educational location for school groups, tourists, and the population of the city of Jena.

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Saxony-Anhalt is a state of Germany, bordering the states of Brandenburg, Saxony, Thuringia, and Lower Saxony. Almost all of Saxony-Anhalt lies within the North European Plain, and its landscapes exhibit impacts from successive eras of glaciation. One of the beautiful states in Germany which were blessed with natural beauty.