The Aachen Cathedral
|Age||Early Middle Ages|
|Construction Cost|| 60 80 80|
"The Aachen Cathedral, also called the Imperial Cathedral, was commissioned by Charlemagne and marked Aachen as the center of his empire."
Aachen Cathedral, frequently referred to as the "Imperial Cathedral", is a Roman Catholic church in Aachen, Germany. The church is the oldest cathedral in northern Europe and was known as the "Royal Church of St. Mary at Aachen" during the Middle Ages. For 595 years, from 936 to 1531, the Aachen chapel was the church of coronation for 30 German kings and 12 queens. The church is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Aachen.
It requires a road connection.
Other Great BuildingsEdit
|Bronze Age||Statue of Zeus • Tower of Babel|
|Iron Age||Colosseum • Lighthouse of Alexandria|
|Early Middle Ages||Aachen Cathedral • Hagia Sophia|
|High Middle Ages||Notre Dame • St. Mark's Basilica|
|Late Middle Ages||Castel del Monte • Cathedral of St. Basil|
|Colonial Age||Deal Castle • Dresden Frauenkirche|
|Industrial Age||Capitol • Royal Albert Hall|
|Progressive Era||Alcatraz • Château Frontenac|
|Modern Era||Atomium • Space Needle|
|Postmodern Era||Cape Canaveral • The Habitat|
|Contemporary Era||Innovation Tower • Lotus Temple|
|Tomorrow||To be announced|