NOTES: This image of the Frauenkirche was captured prior to the Second World War, in which it was badly damaged by bombing.
NOTES: The Weckmarkt was destroyed in the bombing raids of the Second World War.
NOTES: An Imperial Free City, Goslar became a member of the Hanseatic League in the 13th century and enjoyed immense prosperity until the mid-16th century.
NOTES: The Butchers' Guild Hall was completed in 1529 and the Roland fountain erected in 1542
NOTES: Originally built as a department store for the tailors Goldman & Salatsch, this commercial and residential block has experienced different uses, latterly as a bank.
NOTES: This, the main piazza of Siena, was laid out in the 12th century and occupies the site of the Roman forum. It was first paved in brick and marble in 1327-1349.