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  Berlin

Berlin is one of the biggest cities in Europe (its population is 3.4 million of people). Perhaps, this is also one of the most fashionable and constantly changing cities of the region. Berlin has been chosen the capital of Germany since 1990. However, in reality the city still consists of 2 parts. When The Berlin Wall fell, Berlin became one of the musical centres of Europe. The city keeps...
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  Bremen

Bremen is a seaport with the population of 550 000 people. The city is located on the west bank of the Weser. The historical center of Bremen is surrounded by a green zone, which is made along the same way, where the city wall used to be. However, the western side is the only exception - it borders the river. Bremen is a very versatile city - history, traditions, high-tech, science and space –...
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  Cologne

Cologne is a city with long and interesting history. It was founded by the Romans. First mentions about Cologne date back to 50 B.C. In the Middle Ages the population of this oldest city in Germany was already about 40000 people. In Cologne people searched university education, free trade and well-educated citizen to talk to; all these factors helped the city to enter the list of the richest and...
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  Dresden

Without a doubt, Dresden is one of the most beautiful European cities. Of course, it's hard to compare it with such metropolises as New-York or Beijing with their skyscrapers and crowded streets, but this city on the Elba doesn't need all that – it has other and not less interesting attractions. That is one of the reasons why there are always a lot of tourists in Dresden. Dresden is such...
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  Munich

Munich is one of the richest and most expensive cities in Europe. It was founded in 1158 by Henry the Lion, the Duke of Saxony and Bavaria. Since 1806 Munich has been the capital of Bavaria. The most important banks, media companies and large enterprises, such as, for example, BMW, are headquartered in this city. The main city of Bavaria is home to a large number of museums of world importance,...
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  Trier

Trier was founded in the XVI century BC by the Romans. They gave the city the name "Augusta Treverorum", which means "the city of August in the country of Treveri". This is the oldest city in Germany, the long history of which is depicted in numerous Roman, medieval and Renaissance architectural monuments. Eight of these monuments are classified as UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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  Aachen

This city was founded by the Romans who were attracted by rich deposits of minerals. For a long time it was just another industrial center, but during the times of Charles the Great the town became very popular and famous. King Charles gave Aachen many privileges and even made the city a residence of Frankish kings. Aachen is very attractive for tourists due to wide selection of places of...
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  Augsburg

There is simply everything for entertaining and comfortable rest in this ancient German town as here you will find modern hotels, entertainment complexes, wide choice of excursions, museums and cultural programs. We recommend starting your sightseeing in Augsburg from the central square named Rathausplatz. Here is located the town hall – a wonderful sight of the Renaissance period. Perlachturm...
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