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Halberstadt & the Klusberge – The Gateway to the Harz (Germany)

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Halberstadt is a county town with about 40,000 inhabitants, which lies in the northeastern Harz foreland and is considered the “ gateway to the Harz “. The city impresses with its historic old town, the extensive cathedral square, a cost-free cathedral treasure and the unique Klusbergen mountains. The silhouette of Halberstadt, which is characterized by church towers, is already visible from afar. During World War II, more than 80% of the city was destroyed by an airstrike and rebuilt or …

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