Aachen Cathedral, a World Heritage site

Aachen Cathedral

After our three hour visit to Maastricht, Holland, it was only natural to drive 20 min east back through Aachen, Germany. The Aachen Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is also called Aachener Dom. 

Aachen Cathedral
Aachen Cathedral
The cathedral was inspired by the churches of the Eastern part of the Holy Empire and was greatly enlarged in the Middle Ages. It was a glorious sight, to stand in the middle and look up to the cupola with shining mosaic
Aachen Cathedral description
Aachen Cathedral, palatine chapel
The palatine chapel with its magnificent octagonal basilica and cupola was built about 790-800 under Emperor Charlemagne.
Aachen Cathedral
Aachen Cathedral

I highly recommend a Rick Steves “Germany” Book. I would’ve not known about these sights if I would not done some research with these books. It helped me greatly. You can purchase some right here

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