East Germany UNESCO World Heritage Sites

UNESCO sites in eastern Germany

World heritage sites in eastern Germany are closely linked with illustrious historical names such as Luther, Bach and Bauhaus. Steeped in artistic and cultural history, they include the Luther towns of Eisleben and Wittenberg, Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, the Prussian palaces of Berlin and Potsdam, the beautiful scenery in Bad Muskau, Dessau-Wörlitz and the Dresden Elbe Valley, Bauhaus architecture in Dessau and Weimar and Quedlinburg medieval architecture.

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Step into Muskauer Park, one of the finest country parks in central Europe. Or voyage toward Berlin Museum Islands, which is home to 19th century art and archaeological collections covering 6,000 years of cultural history. Everywhere you look, you can find East Germany UNESCO World Heritage sites. These sites, according to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, represent the “identification, protection, and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity.”

If you’d like to learn more about UNESCO World Heritage sites in Eastern Germany, please use the links below, download a UNESCO brochure or order informative material at our webshop.