The opulent former guildhouse “Kaiserworth” in Goslar, Germany.


Coat of Arms of Goslar

Goslar is a city in the east of Lower Saxony. The former mining town was a free imperial city from 1290 and already had an important imperial palace around the year 1000. Today, both the old town with its magnificent slate buildings and the nearby Rammelsberg mine both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.