The imperial palace in Goslar was built in the years 1040 to 1050 under Emperor Henry III. built. For more than 200 years, the imperial palace was the preferred place of residence of the German emperors, and countless Reichstag were held in the enormous halls. Today, the Imperial Palace is the largest and best preserved secular building of the 11th century.
You can visit the Imperial Palace all year round and every day. The entrance fee is € 7.50 for adults and € 4.50 for children.
April to October 10am to 5pm
November to March 10am to 4pm
August 3, 2018
The Kaiserpfalz Goslar covers an area of about 340 by 180 meters, located at the foot of the Rammelsberg in the south of the city of Goslar, on which essentially the imperial house, the former Kollegiatstift "St. Simon and Judas, "the Palatine Chapel" St. Ulrich "and the Liebfrauenkirche are or were located.
The imperial house is the largest and at the same time best preserved secular building of the 11th century in Germany and is considered the largest secular building of its time. He served in particular the Salierkaisern as preferred residence. The building ensemble of the imperial palace already impressed in the 11th century in such a way that the chronicler Lampert von Hersfeld spoke of the "most famous residence of the empire".
The Pfalzbezirk belongs since 1992 together with the Goslarer old town and the former mine Rammelsberg to the world cultural heritage of the UNESCO.Source: de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiserpfalz_Goslar
October 11, 2018
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