From Provost-House to Dom-Hotel

1508:Cardinal Matthäus long builds the Dompropstei.
1521:Augsburger city plan of Jörg Seld shows the three-floored building of the Dompropstei.
1803:The secularized Dompropstei changes into the possession of the realm city Augsburg, which sells her 1804.
1858:To the earlier Dompropstei a memorial tablet is attached, which reminds of the builder and of the visits of the emperor Maximilians I.
1895:The association “catholic casino” furnishes guest rooms in the former Dompropstei.
1919:Josef Dietrich leases the former cathedral. He is the large and/or great-grandfather of the today’s owners Gerd and Josef Illig. The house is called at that time “Goldene Glocke”.
1941:Josef Dietrich acquires the “Goldene Glocke”.
1946:The hotel in the 1944 hit by bombs former Dompropstei is again developed.
1972:The “Goldene Glocke” is renamed in “Dom Hotel”
2008:The “Dom Hotel” can look back on 500-years of house history.
2010:The facade of the “Dom Hotel” is being renovated and awarded by the Friedrich-Prince Foundation of the City of Augsburg. Award certificate facades 2010

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