22 Must-See Attractions in Augsburg, Germany

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Anwesha Ray

The university town of Augsburg, Bavaria, was founded by the Romans in 15 BC, making it the oldest city in Bavaria and the second oldest in Germany. This city boasts a beautiful silhouette of historic architecture and is steeped in culture. Read on to find out how to get the most out of a stopover in Augsburg.

1. Maximilian Museum


For a thorough understanding of the society, history, politics, art, and culture of Augsburg, there is no better place than the Maximilian Museum. Moreover, the museum is located in an iconic road, Maximilianstrasse, that has been in existence since Roman times.

2. St. Anne's Church

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The medieval church of St. Anne’s holds special attraction among visitors because of its stunning baroque and rococo stucco work in the ceiling and frescoes.

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