Also known as Brunswick, Braunschweig is, at about 250,000 people, the largest city between Hannover and Berlin. Many of Braunschweig’s most historic buildings surround the city center Burgplatz (Castle Square), including the 12th-century Braunschweiger Dom (Brunswick Cathedral), burial place of the famed Henry the Lion, powerful early Duke of Saxony. Henry’s rebuilt castle, Burg Dankwarderode, is also on the Burgplatz and is now a museum. The Old City Market is another popular visitor spot.

Touristinfo Braunschweig Stadtmarketing

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Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum

The Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum is one of Europe's oldest art museums. The name reminiscents of Anthony Ulrich, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. He acquired the major part of the high-class collection: the precious paintings - amongst them works by Giorgione, Rubens, Rembrandt and Jan Vermeer van Delft - as well as the biggest collection of Italian majolica-ceramics north of the Alps, more than...