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Beaches in Germany

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Ready for a fine sandy beach with crystal clear water extending as far as the eye can see? If so, then Timmendorfer Strand, one of the Baltic’s chicest and most popular holiday destinations , will be right up your street. Timmendorfer...
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All those looking for variety are in the right place at the beaches of Fehmarn. The Baltic Sea island offers 20 beaches on a total of 78 kilometres (48 miles) with  various beach landscapes , offering something for everyone....
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The fine sandy beach at St. Peter-Ording is among the largest on Germany’s west coast. Framed by the extensive dunes and salt marshes of Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park, the beach is divided into five sections....
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The largest Baltic sea town of Mecklenburg is located in Kühlungsborn. The sandy beach is almost 6km/3.7mi long , and has attracted visitors since 1880. You can look forward to a diverse offer of bathing and leisure activities....
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Surrounded by North Germany's largest forest area, Rostocker Heide, Baltic Seaside Resort Graal-Müritz is particularly idylically located by the sea, and offers various leisure activities. The five kilometre long and up to 40...
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The 5 most beautiful Beaches in Germany

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1.Timmendorfer Strand
2.St. Peter-Ording
3.Baltic Seaside Resort Graal-Müritz
4.Baltic Seaside Resort Kühlungsborn
5.Fehmarn Beach
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A Diverse Country In the Middle of Europe

The Federal Republic of Germany is located in the heart of Europe, and is divided into 16 federal states. Berlin, the capital city, is located in the north east of the country. Once divided by the intra-German border, the city is now one of the cultural hotspots.

Besides exciting cities, historic monuments, and a lively culture, there are also idyllic landscapes to explore.

In its north, the country is shaped by the coastal scenery of North Sea and Baltic sea, while uplands dominate the middle of Germany. Impressive Alpine peaks can be found in the south. Thousands of miles of  hike and bike trails wind their way through the outdoors; numerous lakes invite you for a swim.

More than 6,250 museums can be found all over the country, providing insight into art, culture, and history. Additionally, around 350 theatres and over 30 amusement parks are there for entertainment. Cultural highlights include the carnival in Cologne, Munich's Oktoberfest, or Dresden's Striezelmarkt.

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