I was browsing the internet and came across an historic town in Germany I'd never heard of called Marburg.
Its existence was first recorded in 1140. In 1228 a noblewoman moved there and dedicated her life to caring for the sick. She was later canonised as St Elisabeth. The Teutonic Knights built a church in her honour, the Elisabethkirche, which is an early example of Gothic religious architecture in Germany.
Here is the interior of the church:
Marburg's medieval architecture has managed to survive over the centuries:
The Grimm brothers went to university in Marburg and collected some of their stories from the region.