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The Granusturm dates back to the 8th century and is the oldest surviving section of the Aachen Palace complex of Carolingian kings.
The Granusturm dates back to the 8th century and is the oldest surviving section of the Aachen Palace complex of Carolingian kings. It is closed to the public.
Come winter, and the streets of the Old Town light up in anticipation of the festive season
The Bahkauv fountain in Aachen represents a mythical 'river-calf' which, as legend has it, pounced on drunken men's backs as they staggered home from the bar after a night of heavy drinking
The Aachen Cathedral, also known as Imperial Cathedral, is a 9th century imposing church where 42 German monarchs have been coronated over the ages, from Otto I in 936 to Ferdinand I in 1531
The medieval City Hall of Aachen is a striking Gothic building in the Old Town
The Centre Charlemagne – Neues Stadtmuseum Aachen is the city museum, tracing the evolution of Aachen from the Neolithic era to the present day
The Puppenbrunnen or Fountain of Dolls on Krämerstraße was created in 1975 by Aachen sculptor Boniface Stirnberg
The Domschatzkammer or Cathedral Treasury in Aachen holds one of the most important church treasuries in northern Europe
The Couven Museum offers a glimpse into 18th and 19th century living, through displays of house interiors and furniture
Haus Lowenstein is a 14th century Gothic building on the Aachen market square, that has been a house, a tavern and an inn over the centuries