Romanesque Art Centre

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Today’s Romanesque Art Centre used to be the office of the archbishop’s administrator, who resided here on Cathedral Square since the 14th century. The basement vaults date from the 13th century and originally housed a prison. The building has been in use again since 2007, following extensive restoration. With a view of the cathedral and the old fortifications on the Elbe, this building belongs to the historic ensemble that is Cathedral Square. The Romanesque information centre on the ground floor, which also opened in 2007, introduces visitors to the Romanesque Road, a tourist route in the state of Saxony-Anhalt.

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