Short but varied hike along the paths of the emperors and mining. From the southern part of the town of Goslar, you ll head out into the forests of the Rammelsberg.
Goslar, perhaps the most attractive town in the Harz region, can look back on a glorious history of over 1000 years. Emperors and kings came and went in the "Nordic Rome" and made Goslar the most popular seat of government in northern Germany. Visitors are enthralled by the narrow cobbled streets of the old town, the five large parish churches and the magnificent view from the high Kaiserpfalz. The medieval old town was added to the UNESCO cultural heritage list in 1992, together with the over 600 m high Rammelsberg and its ore mine, which was closed in 1988.
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