This town, in the heart of the Fläming region, a prosperous medieval town belonging to the Archbishops of Magdeburg, was virtually untouched by the Second World War. It has a characterful old town with its St. Nicholas' Church, a late Gothic brickwork jewel of late Gothic style, dating mainly from the 15th century, and the magnificent town hall, also Gothic and made of red brick. Its ornaments are superb. Also the surrounding wall, which has three remarkable towers, and the former Franciscan monastery. For the anecdote, the strange name Jüterbog comes from the Slavic language and is derived from "Jutro", morning, and "Bog", god. The city, in the time of the Slavs, would have been a centre of pagan worship.

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