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Apolda is the administrative centre of the Weimarer Land district.
Gentle hills and dense deciduous and conifer woodlands surround the town, which has made a name for itself as a centre of utmost medicinal expertise far beyond the boundaries of Germany...
The spa and wine-growing town of Bad Sulza enjoys a picturesque location on the banks of the river Ilm...
Blankenhain is situated in a basin on the Ilm-Saale plateau. You can visit Blankenhain Palace or enjoy a shopping experience at the Weimar Porcelain Manufactory.
The best-known historical landmarks in the ‘town of two castles' are the impressive Oberschloss (Upper Castle) and the romantic Niederburg Castle opposite, with its falcon centre...
Small but great: museums, palaces, parks and gardens - to discover Weimar's past means discover Germany's history and culture. There are many ways to do so.