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Aachen Cathedral / Aachener Dom
Aachen Cathedral, also known as the Imperial Cathedral, Kaiserdom in German, as for centuries it embodied the strength and power of the Holy Roman Empire. Built more than a thousand years ago at the behest of Charlemagne, Aachen Cathedral is one of the most spectacular sights in Germany and its most “non-German” church.

During the tours, which are held when there is no service or celebration, you can learn the story of this amazing architectural monument. It was created after Byzantine models, so the interiors are decorated with splendid mosaics, teeming with golden hues. Design and decor of the Aachen Cathedral differ significantly from the appearance of other Catholic churches in Germany. You will surely spend a lot of time enjoying its splendor.

Solemn, rich and resplendent Aachen Cathedral for centuries served as the place of coronation of one of the most powerful rulers of Europe. It is here that the remains of Charlemagne, whose reign marked the beginning of medieval European history, are stored. The Cathedral also contains valuable Christian relics.

Masses and formal ceremonies are still held in the Cathedral. Often concerts take place here. The rest of the time tourists are free to visit this splendid building. Opening hours of Aachen Cathedral are listed on his official website http://www.aachendom.de/oeffnungszeiten.html. The information on the entry fees to the treasury of the temple is available here http://www.aachendom.de/eintrittspreise-der-schatzkammer.html.
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