An ensemble of warehouses and office buildings resulting from Hamburg’s port trade in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Towns in seven countries where an early tourism industry thrived around natural hot springs.
A magnificent rococo church with a legend that draws the faithful to visit.
A beautiful portion of the Rhine River with centuries of history evident in its vineyards, castles and villages.
A magnificent 18th-century baroque palace and accompanying garden.
Apartment complexes designed in the early 20th century to improve living conditions for low-income families.
A medieval town known for its Romanesque church/castle on a cliff and its picturesque half-timbered houses.
A beautifully intact medieval city center with over 1000 historic buildings as well as an early example of urban farming.
A huge English-style garden and the structures in it that illustrate the principles of Enlightenment ideals in landscape design.
5 museums that demonstrate the evolution of museums and museum design.
Remarkable collections of “Brick Gothic” churches and other buildings unique to these former Hanseatic ports.
An intact and complete medieval monastery that demonstrates the transition from Romanesque to Gothic architecture.
A beautifully-preserved and very picturesque medieval trading city.
A collection of Roman ruins showing the importance of the “Rome of the North” in Germany.
A rare example of architecture from the Carolingian period.
A landmark of Romanesque architecture dating to the 11th century.
An influential cultural center in the late 18th and early 19th century as demonstrated today in the quality of its architecture and parks.
An imposing castle, important because of its role in Martin Luther’s life.
An ensemble of stately palaces dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, along with their extensive gardens.
Testimony to civic autonomy and market freedoms of a Hanseatic League city.
An undisputed masterpiece of Gothic architecture.