15. Carmelite Monastery

On the left-hand side you will see the Carmelite Monastery (Karmeliterkloster). It is known above all for the murals by Jörg Ratgebs in the cloisters. In the southern part of the monastery grounds there is a museum for pre- and early history/archaeological museum. The northern part presents a lot of history on shelves that are kilometres long: the city archive is one of the biggest of its kind.

Transport connection:
U 1-5, Willy-Brandt-Platz, tram line 11/12 Römer


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