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Bridge
野枫印象The Kramer Bridge in Erfurt crosses the Brestor River, a tributary of the Gera River that flows through the city center. This bridge with houses on both sides is unique in the northern Alps. It is 120 meters long and is the longest built house in Europe. Closed bridge. The house bridge has become an iconic ancient building in Erfurt.
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Museum
DJDQThe former residence and the museum are together, there is no particular attraction. The masterpiece "Faust" was born here. Tickets for the former residence are 6 euros, and the museum tickets are 2 euros. The guide is only in English, free of charge but a certificate is required. Closed on Monday.
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Famous Residences
轻轻的一个蚊This is Liszt’s former residence in Weimar. In this circle of yellow houses, Liszt lived for 11 years and brought his immortal music to Weimar, and pushed Weimar to the German music of that period. art Center. Liszt is a Hungarian. There is also a Liszt statue in front of the Budapest Opera House. Even people who don't know much about music and art know Mozart and John Strauss in Austria, Beethoven in Germany, and Chopin in Poland. They seem to have never heard of Liszt's name. However, without Liszt, there would be no final achievement of Chopin.
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Statue/Sculpture
乖小咪Both Goethe and Schiller were from Weimar, and both were literary masters and good friends. The two statues in front of the city hall are the city symbol of Weimar and the most famous statue here, attracting many tourists to take photos.
4/5
3 Reviews
Museum
137***66Everyone who wears glasses knows Zeiss, so when you pass by this optical museum, you must come and see it. It is located at the end of Carl Zeiss Street in Jena. It is not very inconspicuous, but the exhibits inside are very amazing. A comprehensive display of the results of the cooperation between Carl Zeiss, physicist Ernst Carl Abbe, and glass technology expert Otto Schott, the museum displays a large number of exhibits, from electron microscopes, stereo microscopes and reflecting telescopes. This museum displays one of the largest collections of glasses in Europe, as well as binoculars, microscopes, photographic equipment from various periods from the darkroom to digital cameras, and many other exhibits. From reading glasses to cosmic telescopes, people can see almost everything related to optics here.
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Museum
coo***an[View] I feel that coming to this Angel Museum is just to climb the mountain to see the scenery. There are not many people. It is very beautiful to sit quietly. ~[Fun] There are a lot of exhibits, some can not take pictures, pay attention to the rules.

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