From the World Heritage inscription: The site is located along the Weser River on the outskirts of Höxter where the Carolingian Westwork and Civitas Corvey were erected between AD 822 and 885 in a largely preserved rural setting. The Westwork is the only standing structure that dates back to the Carolingian era, while the original imperial abbey complex is preserved as archaeological remains that are only partially excavated. The Westwork of Corvey uniquely illustrates one of the most important Carolingian architectural expressions. It is a genuine creation of this period, and its architectural articulation and decoration clearly illustrate the role…
BERLIN — A city of hipsters, Berlin only looks chaotic — behind the scenes, it runs like a clock. Germany has the world’s fourth-largest economy, so one might expect its capital, Berlin, with 3.6 million people, to be an ultramodern metropolis. But it’s not. As the city comes into view from the train window, one […]
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Aachen Cathedral in Germany has celebrated the 40th anniversary of being awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status with nine nights of projection mapping using disguise technology.
Aachen Cathedral (Der Dom) celebrated 40 years as a UNESCO World Heritage Site with nine evenings of architectural projection mapping…