Visitors to Magdeburg this autumn and winter will have an excellent opportunity to peer into Germany’s history at a stunning exhibition about the German King and Emperor Otto I.
The exhibition, which takes place at Magdeburg’s Kulturhistorisches Museum, kicked off on 27 August and will run through until 9 December. The event is set to mark the 1,100th birthday of the king and the 1,050th anniversary of his crowning as Emperor in Rome. There will be over 300 items related to the history of the King on display, loaned from both private collections and institutions around the globe.
The display will be organised into five main exhibits, portraying the King through the ages, with fascinating objects in every section.
Magdeburg is one of the main destinations on our Dresden to Magdeburg self-guided Cycling holidays, so the exhibition is also an ideal attraction for the time you have in the city of Magdeburg.