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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 Japanese Garden is a place of deep peace. The Japanese Garden in Furth was also created as a retreat from the hectic world. Harmony, peace and restraint determine the atmosphere...
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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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The Franz Liszt Museum is located in Liszt's dying house, near Haus Wahnfried, the home of his son-in-law Richard Wagner. Liszt died in 1886 while...
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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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The Plönlein is the landmark of the small town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber and one of its most popular photo motifs . But what exactly is the Plönlein? Many people think that the...
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The history of Weilburg is marked by the time as a baroque residential town on the one hand and by mining on the other. This is also documented by the...
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The Rococo style New Palace in Bayreuth was the residence of the Margraves of Bayreuth from the middle of the 18th century. With princely state...
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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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Right next to the New Palace is Bayreuth's "green lung" - the Hofgarten. In the middle of the city centre you can stroll through oak and chestnut avenues, enjoy the view over wide...
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The Linden-Museum in Stuttgart is one of the largest ethnological museums in Europe. In addition to large special exhibitions, the museum presents permanent...
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The brewery, built in the historic brick style, is entered in the Guinness Book of Records as the "most extensive beer museum in the world" and brings...
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The entrepreneur Siegfried Weishaupt and his wife have been collecting contemporary modern works of art for 40 years. Since 2007, the collection has...
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Visitors to the Harzköhlerei Stemberghaus are introduced to the elaborate traditional craft of charcoal burning. The complex includes the following five areas: In the production...
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The Gasometer ("Gaskessel") is - along with the famous suspension railway - one of the landmarks of Wuppertal. Today, the former gas storage facility...
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The Salem Monkey Mountain ("Affenberg") is located between Salem and Überlingen at Lake Constance. The 20-hectare outdoor enclosure is home to more than...
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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 Tourist Attractions in Germany

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1.Viktualienmarkt Munich
2.Neuschwanstein Castle
3.Meißen Porcelain Collection - Ernst Schneider Foundation at Lustheim Palace
4.Englischer Garten
5.Reichstag
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Tourist Attractions in Germany

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Germany - A Diverse Holiday Destination

North to south and east to west, numerous attractions such as historical buildings, natural beauty, and events, draw visitors to Germany. The capital Berlin is one of the cultural hotspots of the country. Once divided by the Berlin Wall, it now boasts sights such as Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag building, or the museum island. Hamburg, too, with its mix of tradition and modernism, or Heidelberg's old town are very popular.

Among the most famous landmarks you can find UNESCO World Heritage site Kölner Dom, Neuschwanstein castle, Frauenkirche in Dresden and Munich, Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, or Loreley at the Rhine. Also worth a visit: the Alps, with Germany's highest mountain Zugspitze, impressive riverlands of Rhine, Main, and Danube as well as Franconian and Saxon Switzerland. Europapark in Rust is another highlight. The biggest amusement park in the country promises fun and action for the young and the old.

Events such as Munich's Oktoberfest or the Christmas market in Nuremberg complete the holiday offer.

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