1. The Historic Market Place
The Historic Market Place is structure in the city of Hildesheim. Originally the business was held in a road called Old Market which still exists today. The principal commercial center was near St. Andreas church. Later, Market Place was formed because previous market was too small.
3. The Church of St. Michael
The Church of St. Michael is an early-Romanesque church in Hildesheim, Germany. It has been on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list since 1985. It is presently a Lutheran church. It was located on a hill a half kilometer north of the city center. Bishop Godehard finished the work in 1031.
2. Hildesheim Cathedral
Hildesheim Cathedral is also known as Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, and it is a medieval Catholic church building on UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list since 1985. It was constructed at the beginning of eleventh century. In 1945, it was demolished completely.
4. The Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim
The Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim is an exhibition hall devoted to Ancient Egyptian and Peruvian art. It also has a display of Chinese porcelain in Europe. Moreover, the gallery claims accumulations of common history, ethnology, connected expressions, drawings and prints, Historical center hosts shows of other archeological and contemporary themes.
At the end of the Second World War, Hildesheim was destroyed by bomb attack. This center was reconstructed and now has a lot of its old charm.It is located near Hanover, on the banks of the river Inerste.
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