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Fredrich Koenig Strasse 1, Erfurt, Thuringia, 98527, Germany
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Travel Tips for Erfurt

... During your stay at the...

by world2001

... During your stay at the zoo you'll also see some elephants; it's nothing special, I know! There are elephants in every good zoo, of course .... But I thought it would be a nice pic for this page ... =)

Altstadtkneipe Noah !!!!

by mauro_pd about Altstadtkneipe Noah !!!!

Beer garden !!! Lot of traditional german dishes, bratwurst with bratkartoffeln, bauernfrustuck (really a tough breakfast with potatoes, ham, onions & eggs) just to mention some.
Not to forget Kostritzer, a typical dark beer of this part of Germany.

Erfurt's Citadel

by King_Golo

Erfurt is also home to a massive citadel overlooking the city centre. Petersberg citadel was built in the late 17th century and served as a fortification as well as a monastery. Entering it from the dome side, you'll soon see the massive gate in which a small museum gives you insides to the citadel's history. Objects and artifacts from back then are exhibited, but also a very interesting finding: dead, mumified cats. It used to be a superstitious belief in Germany that cats would bring luck to the house and its inhabitants if they were immured alive. The cats on display are in a very good state, but with a little fantasy you can read their pains from their faces...
Apart from this rather horrifying look, the citadel is the number one place for great looks on the city of Erfurt. During good weather conditions you can see all of Erfurt and much further!

Krämerbrücke

by Nemorino

You couldn't tell, just by walking through at street level, that this is a bridge with houses built on both sides. From this vantage point it looks just like a narrow street with half-timbered houses on both sides.

Originally there were 62 houses on the bridge, but over the years some of them have been joined together so now there are only 32.

Early "Gas" Stations

by christine.j

Being an important trading point meant lots of horses and carriages arriving in Erfurt. The city had the right for stockpiling the goods for some days, so that everything could be counted, examined and properly taxed. During these days the horses had to be fed, of course. The people who took care of this were paid very well. Their houses and stables were close together in a street which is still called "Futterstrasse" - "feeding street", a sort of early service station or gas/petrol station. The feeders were quite rich and were able to have grand houses built for themselves and their families. In Futterstrasse you can still see some of these old houses.

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