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Classical Weimar is a UNESCOWorld Heritage Site consisting of multiple structures related to Weimar Classicism located in and around the city of Weimar, Germany. The Site was inscribed on 2 December 1998. UNESCO cites both the artistic quality of the buildings and the fact that Weimar was a cultural centre of Europe during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Town church St. Peter und Paul, Herder House and Old High School, a three-aisled church, a sixteenth-century house built on the foundation of a Renaissance structure, and a Baroque high school, respectively
Schloss Weimar (Palace at Weimar), a four–winged palace in the town centre, the interior being in the Classical style