Mariendom and the Severikirche, Erfurt.
Once called the "Thuringian Rome", the state capital suffered a lot from WWII bombings, but remains an attractive place with a few good museums.
The University of Erfurt, dating back to 1379, was the first university in what is now Germany. Closed in 1816, it only re-opened in 1994.
The Erfurt Synagogue, built in 1100, is the oldest synagogue building still standing in Europe.
Town hall and fish market, Erfurt.
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