Things to see and do - Erfurt
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A chancel, nave and Gothic portals were added to the original Romanesque basilica, built in 1154 on a hill occupied by the citadel. The main portal is formed by two oblique doors, supporting elegant statutory groups reminiscent of those of the work o..
Formerly the Benedictine monks' abbey church, this Early Gothic hall church boasts five aisles, all more or less equal height. The sarcophagus of St Sever lies in the southernmost aisle (c 1365).
Architecture, castles and historic districts
Known as the "grocers' bridge", this construction is characteristic of bridges in the northern Alps. It is bordered on both sides by houses which are inhabited. The picturesque, narrow, half-timbered houses with their steeply pitched roofs ..
Museums and art
The focal point of this fine museum, located in a Baroque building, is the exhibition of medieval art from Thuringia, which includes some superb altarpieces and a Pietà by the Master of St Severinus' sarcophagus. In the gallery the works of 18C and 1..