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Contact Admin. Naumburg Cathedral and the landscpae has been proposed by Germany for inscription in the List of World Heritage. The landscape around the World Heritage nomination "Naumburg Cathedral" is representative for processes at the High Middle Ages that shaped the whole continent: Christianization , settlement and cultivation processes, the so-called Landesausbau , that took place between and This borderland region also bears witness of the intercultural exchange of different cultures in the High Middle Ages.
The highest-ranking buildings and works of art, most of all Naumburg Cathedral with its globally unique artistic and iconographic founder figures, provides testimony to the claims to power and the self-confidence of the worldly and spiritual rulers as well as to the region's crucial role as a place of interchange between Western and Eastern realms.
In , Naumburg Cathedral was inscribed into the Tentative List for World Heritage nominations and extended seven years later by its surrounding cultural landscape. Nowhere else in the world has such a high density of monuments and cultural landscape elements from the High Middle Ages been preserved in such a small space in such a level of authenticity in its original spatial setting.
The German officials were indifferent about the decision of excluding the surrounding landscape. The cultural landscape around the Naumburg Cathedral is a cultural landscape that illustrates the "evolution of human society and settlement over time". It was a melting pot of populations of different origins, Frankish , Thuringian , Saxon , Flemish , and Slavonic. Furthermore, as a sensitive border region, it was shaped by ecclesiastical and secular powers seeking the rights of possession, representation and defense.
In the nominated landscape, elements from the period of the Central Middle Ages are still in use, establish the identity of the region and give testimony of the shaping of border lands during a period of no more than years in the High Middle Ages , which has in this instance been tangibly preserved to present day.