Discover Aachen’s most important and historical sites via Route Charlemagne. Each stop on the route is referred to as a station. Each station is relevant to both today’s and Charlemagne’s times. Each station has a theme and exceptional architecture. There are nine stations:
- Haus Lowenstein: The informational center.
- Centre Charlemagne: (START) Includes an exhibit of Charlemagne’s role in the history of Aachen.
- Town Hall: (POWER) Get a feel for what the coronations of German Kings must have been like.
- Aachen Cathedral: (RELIGION) Iconic symbol of Charlemagne’s reign.
- International Newspaper Museum: (MEDIA) Offers historical collection since the inception of the newspaper as well as present and future techniques.
- Grashaus: (EUROPE) Aachen’s oldest Town Hall with exhibitions on how to participate in political decision-making.
- Super C: (SCIENCE) The science station showing technological changes happening now.
- Couven-Museum: (ECONOMY) Upper and middle-class interior decor in the 18th and 19th century.
- Elisenbrunnen: (THERMAL SPRINGS) Where Aachen started – thermal springs that have been enjoyed since the Neolithic Age
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