8 Places in Europe That Still Feel ‘Untouched’

4).Aachen, Germany

The seat of the empire of Charlemagne, Aachen rests on the border of Germany with the Netherlands and Belgium. The main attraction of the city is, without question, the incredible Dom built by Charlemagne, beginning in 792 AD. Today, it is free to visit and an impressive display of the blended power of church with an ancient state. Charlemagne himself is laid to rest in a golden box beneath the towering colored glass windows of the Palatine Chapel.

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