Old railway station of Erfurt

Old railway clock tower of Erfurt, Germany

The first railway station building of Erfurt was in operation from 1846 – 1890. Today the tower is still in use as public clock but the main building hosts offices of the German Railways now.


Krämerbrücke in Erfurt

Bridge covered with 32 inhabited houses: Krämerbrücke in Erfurt, Germany

The Krämerbrücke is a bridge covered with 32 inhabited, half-timbered buildings. Most of these buildings houses artisans’ and antique shops. In building N° 31 a permanent exposition informs about the past and present of the Krämerbrücke.


Collegium Maius in Erfurt

Gothic windows of the Collegium Maius in Erfurt, Germany

The Colleqium Maius was used as main building of the Universität of Erfurt in the years 1392-1816. The windows depicted above were built in 1511/13. Nowadays they are part of a reconstruction as the original building was destroyed at the end of World War II.