Goslar is a historic town in Lower Saxony, Germany.
A large group of tourists board on a bus and depart. At one of the highway exits, the road sign points to various destinations, including Goslar. Arriving in Goslar we have the opportunity to admire the variety of architectural styles of the town’s buildings such as baroque, renaissance, romanesque, gothic etc…
The group disembarks from the buses and start a walking tour.
The travelers arrive on foot at the central part of the Imperial Palace complex where they see an 11th century Romanesque style building. Bronze sculptures adorn its façade and to the left of the building is the Chapel of St. Ulrich. Groups of children also get a tour of the area.
In the next shot, we see the two different towers of the church of St Cosmas and Damian and a mural from inside a building. We are in the old town across the Kaiserringhaus, a former public building, on the pediment of which there is a clock with three small doors from which, as we watch in the film, a group of figures appears every day at a certain hour.
Goslar's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.