Wolfenbüttel in Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony), Northern Germany, is known for the renowned Herzog August Library and for having the largest concentration of timber-framed (Fachwerk) buildings in Germany. It’s an episcopal see of the Lutheran Church in Braunschweig, and houses a campus of the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences. A first settlement was founded here in the 10th century. The town was first mentioned in 1118, when the Saxon count Widekind had a water castle erected on the important trade route from Braunschweig to Halberstadt and Leipzig. The world-famous herb liqueur Jägermeister’s headquarters are located here. Twin cities: Sèvres/France, Kenosha, Wisconsin/USA, Satu Mare/Romania, Kamienna Góra/Poland, Rhondda Cynon Taf/Wales.