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'''Blankenburg''' is a town in [[Saxony-Anhalt, Germany]].
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'''Blankenburg''' is a town in [[Saxony-Anhalt]], [[Germany]].
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==
'''Location'''
 
  
 
Blankenburg is a town and health resort in the district of Harz, Germany, at the north foot of the Harz Mountains, 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Halberstadt.
 
Blankenburg is a town and health resort in the district of Harz, Germany, at the north foot of the Harz Mountains, 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Halberstadt.
  
 
==Get in==
 
==Get in==
'''Transport To The Town'''
 
  
 
Blankenburg is located next to the B6n, a newly built dual carriageway, and is linked to it over two junctions: Blankenburg Ost and Blankenburg Zentrum. In addition the B 27 federal road runs southwest and the B 81 north to south through Blankenburg (Harz).
 
Blankenburg is located next to the B6n, a newly built dual carriageway, and is linked to it over two junctions: Blankenburg Ost and Blankenburg Zentrum. In addition the B 27 federal road runs southwest and the B 81 north to south through Blankenburg (Harz).
  
 
==Get around==
 
==Get around==
'''Transport Within The Town'''
 
  
 
Blankenburg (Harz) station is a terminus and has a bypass for goods traffic. There are connexions to the to Elbingerode (Rübeland Railway) (only goods trains) and to Halberstadt. The Harz-Elbe Express has worked the line to Halberstadt since 15 December 2005. In the 20th century their was a line to Thale and Quedlinburg.
 
Blankenburg (Harz) station is a terminus and has a bypass for goods traffic. There are connexions to the to Elbingerode (Rübeland Railway) (only goods trains) and to Halberstadt. The Harz-Elbe Express has worked the line to Halberstadt since 15 December 2005. In the 20th century their was a line to Thale and Quedlinburg.
  
 
==See==
 
==See==
'''Sightseeing'''
 
  
Culture and places of interest
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The town of Blankenburg (Harz) has picturesque villas from the turn of the 20th century.  Also worth seeing are the historic gardens (baroque garden, castle park, pheasant garden, animal park).  On the edge of the town lies the former robber baron castle of Regenstein. Below the Regenstein is a Germanic cult site thingstead and, not far away, the so-called Regenstein Mill.
Baroque garden with Blankenburg castle in the background.  Above the town to the south on the hill of Blankenstein (334 m) is Blankenburg Castle.   
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The Little Castle (Kleine Schloss) with its baroque gardens belongs to the network of Saxony-Anhalt Garden Dreams.
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* Baroque garden with Blankenburg castle in the background.  Above the town to the south on the hill of Blankenstein (334 m) is Blankenburg Castle.   
Above the town hall is the medieval parish church of St. Bartholomew. In the tower and the chancel of the church there are late romanesque section of wall from around 1200. The statues of benefactors in the chancel, probably around 1300, belong to the other successors of the Naumburg benefactors statues.
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The town of Blankenburg (Harz) has picturesque villas from the turn of the 20th century. 
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* '''The Little Castle''' (Kleine Schloss).  With its baroque gardens belongs to the network of Saxony-Anhalt Garden Dreams.
Also worth seeing are the historic gardens (baroque garden, castle park, pheasant garden, animal park)
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On the edge of the town lies the former robber baron castle of Regenstein. Below the Regenstein is a Germanic cult site thingstead and, not far away, the so-called Regenstein Mill.
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* '''Town Hall'''.  Above the town hall is the medieval parish church of St. Bartholomew. In the tower and the chancel of the church there are late romanesque section of wall from around 1200. The statues of benefactors in the chancel, probably around 1300, belong to the other successors of the Naumburg benefactors statues.
The Teufelsmauer (Devil's Wall) is a bizarre sandstone rock formation and geological natural monument
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Ziegenkopf
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* '''The Teufelsmauer''' (Devil's Wall).  A bizarre sandstone rock formation and geological natural monument
Remains of the Luisenburg castle
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The sand caves (Sandhöhlen) in Heers
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* '''Ziegenkopf'''.
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* '''Remains of the Luisenburg castle'''.
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* '''The sand caves (Sandhöhlen) in Heers'''.
  
 
==Do==
 
==Do==
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==Eat==
 
==Eat==
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*<eat name="Altdeutsches Kartoffelhaus" alt="Old German Potato House" address="Marktstrasse 7" directions="Hidden in a courtyard in the old town accessed via a couple of passageways" phone="+49 (0)3944 35 12 61" url="" hours="" price="Expect to pay around €15 for a hearty main meal and 2 drinks" lat="" long="">Great potato restaurant with an old-fashioned ambience serving a range of tasty dishes from various baked potato offerings to steaks, pork fillets and meat on skewers, served in pans. Good place to eat after a day's walking in the Harz!</eat>
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==Drink==
 
==Drink==
  
 
==Sleep==
 
==Sleep==
*<sleep name="Schlosshotel Blankenburg/Harz" alt="" address="Schnappelberg 5" directions="http://www.hotel.info/Booking.aspx?st_pos=1&st_sort=Default+&st_pg=1&h_sfi=1&lng=EN&cpn=46&h_rooms=1&h_rmod=0&h_sbl=%2fSearch.aspx%3fcpn%3d46%26hs_llat%3d51.78822%26hs_llong%3d10.95462%26lng%3dEN%26zoom%3d0%26hs_hotelstars%3d65535%26cpnll%3d371%26hs_validate%3d2%26hs_ltype%3d1%26hs_mpl%3d30036%26hs_locationnr%3d31443%26hs_lnh%3d4%26hs_circum%3d30%26hs_landisoa3%3dDEU%26hs_destination%3dBlankenburg%2b(Harz)&h_hmid=265062&h_persons=1&h_step=1&h_tab=4" phone="+49-1805-598320" url="http://www.hotel.info/Booking.aspx?st_pos=1&st_sort=Default+&st_pg=1&h_sfi=1&lng=EN&cpn=46&h_rooms=1&h_rmod=0&h_sbl=%2fSearch.aspx%3fcpn%3d46%26hs_llat%3d51.78822%26hs_llong%3d10.95462%26lng%3dEN%26zoom%3d0%26hs_hotelstars%3d65535%26cpnll%3d371%26hs_validate%3d2%26hs_ltype%3d1%26hs_mpl%3d30036%26hs_locationnr%3d31443%26hs_lnh%3d4%26hs_circum%3d30%26hs_landisoa3%3dDEU%26hs_destination%3dBlankenburg%2b(Harz)&h_hmid=265062&h_persons=1&h_step=1&h_tab=2" checkin="" checkout="" price="On Request" lat="" long="">
 
 
  
The high standard of this first-class hotel (4 stars) is apparent in each of the 68 comfortably furnished rooms.
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*<sleep name="Schlosshotel Blankenburg/Harz" alt="" address="Schnappelberg 5" directions="">Offers 68 comfortably furnished rooms near the city centre. The hotel provides Internet access in your room or via a wireless connection in public areas. The hotel team at reception is available around the clock, and also offers a wake-up service. The hotel has non-smoking rooms, which can also accommodate your four-legged friends. Please indicate your requirements when booking. The hotel has its own parking spaces. The rooms benefit from cable television and telephones. All bathrooms are naturally equipped with a hairdryer. Your room also has a safe. The hotel restaurant offers outdoor seating and meal options suitable for diabetics and vegetarians.</sleep>
The hotel is situated near to the city centre (approx. 0.5 km).
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The hotel provides Internet access in your room or via a wireless connection in public areas. The hotel team at reception is available around the clock, and also offers a wake-up service. The hotel has non-smoking rooms, which can also accommodate your four-legged friends. Please indicate your requirements when booking. The hotel has its own parking spaces.
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The rooms benefit from cable television and telephones. All bathrooms are naturally equipped with a hairdryer. Your room also has a safe.
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Treat yourself to a meal in the restaurant, with outdoor seating, where diabetics and vegetarians can find tasty dishes too.
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==Contact==
 
==Contact==
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==Get out==
 
==Get out==
  
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Latest revision as of 06:07, 2 April 2012

Blankenburg is a town in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.

Understand[edit]

Blankenburg is a town and health resort in the district of Harz, Germany, at the north foot of the Harz Mountains, 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Halberstadt.

Get in[edit]

Blankenburg is located next to the B6n, a newly built dual carriageway, and is linked to it over two junctions: Blankenburg Ost and Blankenburg Zentrum. In addition the B 27 federal road runs southwest and the B 81 north to south through Blankenburg (Harz).

Get around[edit]

Blankenburg (Harz) station is a terminus and has a bypass for goods traffic. There are connexions to the to Elbingerode (Rübeland Railway) (only goods trains) and to Halberstadt. The Harz-Elbe Express has worked the line to Halberstadt since 15 December 2005. In the 20th century their was a line to Thale and Quedlinburg.

See[edit][add listing]

The town of Blankenburg (Harz) has picturesque villas from the turn of the 20th century. Also worth seeing are the historic gardens (baroque garden, castle park, pheasant garden, animal park). On the edge of the town lies the former robber baron castle of Regenstein. Below the Regenstein is a Germanic cult site thingstead and, not far away, the so-called Regenstein Mill.

  • Baroque garden with Blankenburg castle in the background. Above the town to the south on the hill of Blankenstein (334 m) is Blankenburg Castle.
  • The Little Castle (Kleine Schloss). With its baroque gardens belongs to the network of Saxony-Anhalt Garden Dreams.
  • Town Hall. Above the town hall is the medieval parish church of St. Bartholomew. In the tower and the chancel of the church there are late romanesque section of wall from around 1200. The statues of benefactors in the chancel, probably around 1300, belong to the other successors of the Naumburg benefactors statues.
  • The Teufelsmauer (Devil's Wall). A bizarre sandstone rock formation and geological natural monument
  • Ziegenkopf.
  • Remains of the Luisenburg castle.
  • The sand caves (Sandhöhlen) in Heers.

Do[edit][add listing]

Buy[edit][add listing]

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Altdeutsches Kartoffelhaus (Old German Potato House), Marktstrasse 7 (Hidden in a courtyard in the old town accessed via a couple of passageways), +49 (0)3944 35 12 61. Great potato restaurant with an old-fashioned ambience serving a range of tasty dishes from various baked potato offerings to steaks, pork fillets and meat on skewers, served in pans. Good place to eat after a day's walking in the Harz! Expect to pay around €15 for a hearty main meal and 2 drinks.


Drink[edit][add listing]

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Schlosshotel Blankenburg/Harz, Schnappelberg 5. Offers 68 comfortably furnished rooms near the city centre. The hotel provides Internet access in your room or via a wireless connection in public areas. The hotel team at reception is available around the clock, and also offers a wake-up service. The hotel has non-smoking rooms, which can also accommodate your four-legged friends. Please indicate your requirements when booking. The hotel has its own parking spaces. The rooms benefit from cable television and telephones. All bathrooms are naturally equipped with a hairdryer. Your room also has a safe. The hotel restaurant offers outdoor seating and meal options suitable for diabetics and vegetarians.

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