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Top Six Cities to Visit in Germany
by rexrussel 5 years, 3 weeks ago
Credit: http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=download&id=1428715 Munich  Munich, the third largest city in Germany, and is one of my favorite cities to visit in Germany for many reasons. In the heart of Bavaria, Munich is your traditional German city with a bit of a modern feel. There are countless things to do in Munich. Some of my favorites include: visiting the BMW museum,...
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5 Reasons To Visit Berlin, Germany
by Gonzo 5 years, 2 months ago
Berlin, Germany is loaded with history. As much fun as Germany is to American visitors, no visit to Germany can be complete without spending some time in Berlin. Here are some of the top reasons to visit Berlin. Berlin is most famous to Americans who are familiar with the Berlin Wall. As fascinating and tragic as this period...
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Kocherlball - One Of Munich's Best Beer Festivals
by ChrisFritz 5 years, 3 months ago

Today I want to introduce you to one of the oldest and probably most unique festivals in Munich. The Kocherlball is held every year on the third Sunday in July in the English Garden.

The origin of the festival dates back to the 19th century when the servants of the wealthy houses in Munich met up to celebrate...
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Hamburg City Structure Makes People less Stressed - How Your City Affects Your Mood
by robo989 5 years, 6 months ago

Hamburg: a metropolitan city located in northern Germany that was bombarded in world war II and reconstructed for its inhabitants needs. It is characterised with a high life expectancy and well-being and is called the gateway of the world due to its large harbour situated next to the Elbe river. I had the chance to do a 12...
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The Urban Wonders On Mainland Europe : Bordeaux, Verona and A Munich 'That Likes You!'
by Mike Robbers 5 years, 9 months ago

At the end of the winter season and on the arrival of warmer days of spring throughout Europe, there is nothing more refreshing and relaxing than exploring its urban centers. There are plenty of cities with a long-standing tradition on mainland Europe! The article explores three of these wonderful cities that give the charm and glam to Europe. Bordeaux,...
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Top 5 German Attractions in Winter
by dprc 6 years, 1 week ago
The Christmas markets of Germany are by far the top attraction for native germans and visitors. During the winter season, beautifully decorated stalls line the streets of over 150 towns and villages selling the best Christmas wares. Handcrafted gifts and specially baked goods are in abundance with unique and creative touches. Public concerts are played for shoppers almost every evening...
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Top 10 Things To Do In Berlin
by DaddyDadChris 6 years, 6 months ago
The following is a list of sights that I would recommend for anybody visiting Berlin to check out and put on their to do list. The order is random and I gave up thinking about how to prioritise it, but these are things that can be achieved in two to three days sight seeing.   1)     Brandenburg...
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Germany's 16 federal states (Part Three)
by Scroobal 6 years, 11 months ago
Part 1: http://www.infobarrel.com/Germanys_16_federal_states_Part_One Part 2: http://www.infobarrel.com/Germanys_16_federal_states_Part_Two 13. Saxony Capital: Dresden Population: 4.1 million

During the 19th and 20th centuries, small and medium sized enterprises in Saxony played a leading role in the industrialisation of Germany. Well-known for its economic vitality, the state economy is well-diversified, including a wide range of industries such as IT, watch-making,...
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Germany's 16 federal states (Part Two)
by Scroobal 6 years, 11 months ago
Part One:  http://www.infobarrel.com/Germanys_16_federal_states_Part_One Part Three: http://www.infobarrel.com/Germanys_16_federal_states_Part_Three 7. Hesse Capital: Wiesbaden Population: 6.1 million

Hesse was created in the aftermath of World War Two through the merger of Hesse-Darmstadt and Hesse-Nassau. It is currently the main centre of the Rhein-Main region of business and industry. Its largest city, Frankfurt am Main, is home to Germany's banking...
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Germany's 16 federal states (Part One)
by Scroobal 6 years, 11 months ago

Germany is made up of sixteen federal states (also known as Bundesländer). Their current boundaries were primarily created in the aftermath of World War Two, even though there was already an existing provincial system before that.  After World War Two, old provinces were rearranged to create new federal states. In most of these states, it is headed...
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Cologne Germany
by Ernie 7 years, 9 months ago
Cologne is Germany's fourth largest city and dates back to Roman times. It lies on the river Rhine in the German Federal state of Northern Westfalia and has about 1 million inhabitants. It has always had a big importance to commerce, due to is vicinity to the neighbour countries Holland, Belgium and France. Paris. Amsterdam, Berlin, Hamburg, and many...
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Sights in the Moselle area in Germany
by Piruli 8 years, 1 month ago
During your holidays in the Moselle area, you'll soon discover that this region harbors a rich history. There are many attractions including numerous Roman remains. Especially in the city of Trier you will see wonderful historical sites such as mysterious ruins and well preserved buildings. Historic buildings
When you celebrate holidays in the Moselle-region, you will see many remnants,...
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Alexanderplatz Berlin
by PabloPaolo 8 years, 3 months ago
Having finally decided to take that Berlin holiday, you will surely be busy planning and preparing for your visit to this historic capital city. Offering an enormous amount with regards to history, culture, art, architecture, restaurants, nightlife, plus so much more, Berlin will offer you more than you can possibly take in during your short term Berlin holiday. In...
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Berlin Holiday
by PabloPaolo 8 years, 3 months ago

If you have been following any of my previous articles, you know that I have a deep interest in all things related to travel and specifically European travel. As I have been focusing primarily on destinations within Spain and France, namely Barcelona and Paris, I would like to explore further afield and introduce you to the...
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Moselle - Germany's favorite vacation region
by Piruli 8 years, 4 months ago
The Moselle (Mosel in German) is a river flowing through the countries of Germany, Luxembourg and France and is a left tributary of the Rhine, joining it at the famous German landmark Deutsches Eck in the city of Koblenz.

The Mosel, until 2007 known as Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, is also one of the thirteen wine-regions...
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