DigiTour in the Collegiate Church of Quedlinburg
The Collegiate Church St. Servatius of Quedlinburg in Saxony-Anhalt (Germany) forms part of the famous World Heritage site that includes the church, castle and old town of Quedlinburg. The Church, an outstanding high Romanesque building, is the burial place of the first German king Heinrich I (876-936) and his wife Mathilde (895-968). The treasury of St. Servatius holds the famous Quedlinburg treasure, dating from around 1170. It is a collection of most precious medieval religious instruments and outstanding works of art.
DigiKultur was commissioned to produce a tour through the church and its treasury (German, English and children's tours). With our multimedia guide application DigiTour visitors soon will have the opportunity to learn more about the church and its treasure.