Essen, the city, which strikes a fine harmony between Mother Nature’s bounty and cosmopolitan urban life, welcomes all to savor its potpourri of peppy places. From exploring the cathedrals and palatial mansions in the morning to strolling along the luscious lakes in the evenings, the city is a marvelous experience to indulge in. Shopaholics, nature lovers, spiritual seekers, gourmands- the city has something to gratify every type of taste. Take a glimpse at what Essen places before you to unravel to the core.
Essen Cathedral and Treasury
Begin your journey through the beautiful city of Essen by a visit to the Essen Abbey, which had once been proud of being the Collegiate Church, and is Student house Essen the official throne of the Bishop of Essen. Propped up and strewn in light sandstone, this classic gothic styled hall stand with its head high amidst the city center. Although the church had been reconstructed, you can still behold the intricate west work and the crypt that dates back to the Ottonian era. Behold one of the finest piece of work and the most treasured possession of the church The Golden Madonna of Essen, the Essen sein Schatz. Among the other notable displays are the Christian Candelabrum, the Child Crown of Emperor Otto III.
It’s revolutionary housing endeavor of the country in the form of a lush garden city, the Siedlung Margarethenhohe houses 3092 homes along with 935 edifices. Formerly a part of the Ruttenscheid district the area was a gift that came was endowed by Margarethe Krupp on her daughter’s wedding. What makes this stunningly beautiful city stand out from many more of its counterparts situated in various parts of the world is the way the houses are built. You will not find any two houses that resemble each other in their looks and yet, surprisingly there are subtle uniformity in the style and way of portrayal of these edifices. In short, a visit to this place conjures up a highly sophisticated, luscious, well-planned neighborhood that is rarely seen anywhere else.