Muhlhouse is located in the green heart of Thuringia, close to the 
geographical center of Germany. 
In the Middle Ages Muhlhouse was one of the most important city in Thuringia directly after Erfurt. 
The architectural diversity of the city with the city wall, which is receive & accessible, and the 13 Churches 
testify to the economic and cultural importance of the former imperial city.

In the Peasants' War Mulhouse was gathering point for the rebels under the leadership of the Reformer 
Thomas Müntzer. Today the museum of the Peasants' War is still to visit on grain market (Kornmarkt). 
In addition, Mulhouse considered as a center of Protestant church music. The church hall Divii Blasii, directly on the lower market, has been the home of Johann Sebastian Bach.


Central location: 
You can reach all attractions of Muhlhouse on feet from the lower market