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Quedlinburg intro. The UNESCO World Heritage listed town of Qeudlinburg lies in Harz district, just north of the Harz mountain range, in the western region of Saxony-Anhalt. The tourist route of the Romanesque Road runs through the old town, past the architectural glories of St Servatius' Church, St Wigbert's Church and St Mary's Church on its little hill. The spectacular old town is a maze of cobbled streets lined with rows of tall half-timbered, red-roofed town houses built over five centuries and crowned by the magnificent castle and monastery. On the outskirts of the district are stunning Jugenstil structures in the romantic late 19th and early 20th century style. Quedlinburg hotels, many set in heritage buildings, offer a home from home in this breathtaking and amazingly well-preserved town, one of the most important of its kind in Europe. For a day out, the recently extended branch of the narrow gauge steam railway gives access to the lofty Harz Plateau.