Charlottenburg Palace
Berlin and Potsdam
Berlin Tourism Website
Official Berlin tourism website (  Includes an Architecture section with descriptions of specific destinations.  May be slow.
Berlin (Wiki)
General information about Berlin yesterday and today.
Charlottenburg Palace
Charlottenburg Palace is the largest palace in Berlin, and the only royal residency in the city.  It dates back to the time of the Hohenzollern family in the late 17th century.
Potsdam (Wiki)
General information about Potsdam yesterday and today.
History and description of the Potsdam's Park Landscape, including Sanssouci, the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, the New Palace and other additions, and the extensive gardens and grounds.
Cecilienhof Palace
Emperor William II had Cecilienhof Palace built in the north of Potsdam's New Garden for his eldest son Crown Prince William and his wife Crown Princess Cecilie from 1913-17.

Leipzig town hall
Lutherstadt Wittenberg, Leipzig, Erfurt, Eisenbach
Luther House, Wittenburg
The Luther House in Wittenburg is is located in the Augustinian monastery where Luther lived and is considered the most important Reformation museum in Germany.
Castle Church, Wittenberg
Martin Luther posted his 95 Theses against the sale of indulgences by the Catholic Church to the door of Castle Church on October 31, 1517, intending to start an academic debate. He actually sparked the Protestant Reformation.
City Church, Wittenberg
The Stadtkirche is the oldest building in Wittenburg, and towers over the market square.  Martin Luther preached here regularly, was married here in 1525, and his six children were baptized here.
St. Thomas Church, Leipzig
Martin Luther preached at Thomaskirche on Whitsunday 1539, signaling the arrival of Protestantism in Leipzig.  J.S. Bach was choirmaster at this Gothic church for 27 years.
St. Nicholas' Church, Leipzig
The St. Nicholas Church, long been one of the most famous in Leipzig, became internationally famous with the Monday Demonstrations in 1989 when it became the centre of peaceful revolt against Communist rule.
Erfurt (Wiki)
Erfurt is the capital city of Thuringia and the main city nearest to the geographical centre of Germany, located 100 km southwest of Leipzig.
Wartburg Castle
Wartburg Cstle in Eisenach, founded in 1067, is famous for sheltering Martin Luther while he translated the New Testament into German.  It is also one of the best-preserved medieval castles in Germany.

Frauenkirche, Dresden
Weimar and Dresden
National Goethe Museum
Goethe National Museum with Goethe's Home.  Shortly after the death of Goethe’s last grandson, Walther, Goethe’s historic house and his art and nature collections passed on to the trusteeship of the Goethe National Museum, founded in 1885.
Bauhaus Museum
The Bauhaus Museum includes more than 200 exhibits offering insights into the development of Weimar’s State Bauhaus, the 20th century's most significant college of design, founded in Weimar in 1919.
Zwinger Palace
Zwinger Palace, in central Dresden, was built between 1710 and 1728 for Emperor Augustus the Strong, who had been impressed on a visit to Versailles.  It was bombed in 1945 but reconstruction was completed in 1995.
Semper Opera House
Official website of Semperoper Dresden, including History and Image Gallery sections.  This famous opera and ballet house was bombed in WW2, but reconsyruction was completed by 1985.
The Green Vault
The famous Green Vault in Dresden – founded around 1560 by Elector Augustus – is Europe's richest treasure chamber museum. Since it reopened in 2006, visitors to the Royal Palace can once again admire the collected treasures of the Electors and Kings of Saxony in an even more splendid setting.