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The historic Ulm City Hall is located close to the cathedral and can be recognized from afar by its striking exterior paintings from the early Renaissance period. Besides these, the...
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The sea bridge in Ahlbeck , known as the landmark of the Baltic Sea island, is the oldest of its kind in Germany. Nowhere else can you stroll so wonderfully, let the sun shine...
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The Baden Winzerkeller, an association of several Baden winegrowers' cooperatives, was founded in Breisach in 1952. The small wooden barrack became a large complex with impressive...
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The Hamburger Kammerspiele is a small private theatre with renowned productions. The programme includes classical chamber play and modern classics, readings, political cabaret, song...
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Without a doubt the church of St. Michaelis is Hamburg's landmark no. 1. The tower of the main church is 132 meters high and the skyline of Hamburg would be inconceivable without it....
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The historical town hall is one of the most important sights of the city of Cologne. The town hall arbour is particularly well known. This porch was built by Wilhelm Vernukken in the...
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The Duchess Anna Amalia Library was one of the first publicly accessible princely libraries in Germany. Wieland, Goethe, Schiller and Herder had already...
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In Schopfheim stands the monument "Badische Revolution" by Peter Lenk. The sculptor dedicated his large sculpture of the same name to the Baden Revolution of 1848. The citizens of...
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The Hamburg Town Hall is located in the centre of the city and consists of sandstone and granite. It seems almost like a castle, which unites different...
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The Staatstheater Stuttgart is regarded as Europe's largest three-division theatre. Opera, ballet and drama are both rich in tradition and keen to experiment and set new standards with...
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With a total length of over 2000 m, the Heimkehle cave is one of the largest known caves in the southern Harz. You can visit about 600 m of it, which is...
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Five kilometres from the centre of Ulm lies the former Benedictine monastery of Wiblingen. The monastery, built between 1714 and 1781, replaced the 11th...
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The pilgrimage church of the Flagellated Saviour on the Wies - in short Wieskirche or just "The Wies" - near Steingaden is a true rococo jewel and to this day a popular destination for...
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Aachen Cathedral is not only the Episcopal Church of Aachen, but also the city's landmark. As the first German cultural monument, the cathedral was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site...
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The imperial cathedral of St. Peter and St. George on the Domberg is one of Bamberg's cultural highlights. Located in the old town, the cathedral is one of the most important medieval...
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The 5 most popular Sights and Landmarks in Germany

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1.Viktualienmarkt Munich
2.Englischer Garten
3.Reichstag
4.Weltenburg Abbey
5.Roman Villa Borg
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