Magdeburg - Forgotten Medieval Metropolis

Many centuries ago, Magdeburg was one of Europe’s biggest and most important cities. Home to Romanesque churches, Germany’s first Gothic cathedral and the tomb of Otto the Great, the first Holy Roman Emperor. Utterly devastated during the Thirty Years War, the city on the Elbe River has never managed to fully recover. Massive WWII bombardments and 40 years of subsequent socialist rule have not helped either. Since the German Reunification 30 years ago, a lot of effort has been undertaken to preserve some of the witnesses to its past glory. Join Jo Gerk on an exciting virtual discovery stroll around town.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>Many centuries ago, Magdeburg was one of Europe’s biggest and most important cities. Home to Romanesque churches, Germany’s first Gothic cathedral and the tomb of Otto the Great, the first Holy

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10 Jan
$39 Limited

<p>Many centuries ago, Magdeburg was one of Europe’s biggest and most important cities. Home to Romanesque churches, Germany’s first Gothic cathedral and the tomb of Otto the Great, the first Holy

...
10 Jan

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