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Unique points of interest in Germany

The Badeschiff Pool

From the series “The Most Amazing Swimming Pools in the World”
The Badeschiff pool, which is located in Berlin, is also known beyond the bounds of the city. Literally the name of this pool can be translated as a "bathing ship", it is a rework old barge. The opening of the pool took place in 2004, its length is 32 meters, and width is 8 meters correspondingly. The depth of the pool is a bit over 2 meters. An amazing ship-pool is located right in the waters of the river Spree, in the warm season during bathing, vacationers can enjoy the panoramic view of the city.

This kind of floating pool has become a real salvation for tourists and residents of the city, since the river itself has long been not right for swimming - the water is heavily polluted in it. In the warm season, the area around the unusual pool turns into a real entertainment complex, … Read all

Cochem Town

From the series “Small Flamboyant Towns Painted with Van Gogh Colors”
The town of Cochem is located in Germany, at the banks of the Moselle river. Fans of vacations in quiet and secluded places will find it pleasant. The area of ​​this town is about 21 square km; it’s permanent population is about 4 900 people. The main attraction of the town is the old German imperial castle at the foot of the hill. On the slopes of the hill you could see famous Moselle vineyards. They are growing grapes for local wineries, where unique varieties of wine are brewed following old recipes.

The Cochem Castle is a landmark of national importance. The fortress was built over 1 000 years ago. Walk through the castle will be an unforgettable experience. There is an old dining room, a Gothic Hall and a number of other large rooms adorned with precious antiques. There is an … Read all
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Expo 2020 in Dubai Was Visited by More Than 7 Million Visitors

Expo 2020 is the largest global event that has taken place since the start of the global pandemic. To make the event safe for both visitors and staff, it was decided to add four on-site PCR testing facilities. All frontline employees and entertainers are tested regularly, and everyone who works at Country Pavilions is eligible for free testing as well. All mass gatherings with close contact such as parades were temporarily banned to prevent the spread of the virus. Read this

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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Germany

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Germany with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Germany

This Germany map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

Maps of cities and regions of Germany

Berlin
Alexanderplatz. Alexanderplatz, or, as locals call it, “Alex” was the second important transport flyover before the Second World War. The square got its name in 1805, in the memory of the visit of Russian tsar Alexander I. During the war Alexanderplatz was ruined and later reconstructed. Thanks to this reconstruction, the square became larger, but it was surrounded by typical buildings with rather a boring design, such as the Stadt Berlin Hotel and the Kaufhof department store. The square … Read more
Binz
Germany has many hidden gems that are not widely known to the general public. The resort town of Binz is one of them. This is an incredibly beautiful place that cordially welcomes its guests. The resort is the most popular destination on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen. At the moment, the settlement doesn’t have the town status. The charming resort is situated between Prorer Wiek Bay and the Schmachter See Lake. In short, the surrounding area is incredibly beautiful, and the local air is fresh … Read more
Munich
Munich is internationally famous for its Oktoberfest that takes place in Theresienwiese meadow. However, the city has much to offer to its guests, not only beer, salted pretzels and girls in national costumes. Munich is home to an incredible number of museums , the most significant of which are the German Museum, the National Prehistoric Collection, the Old Pinakothek, the Museum of Ethnography and the Munich City Museum, housed in the former arsenal. Deutsches Museum. The huge German … Read more
Hamburg
In Hamburg, tourists will have the opportunity to admire not only historical, but also natural attractions. The undistinguished symbol of the city remains the beautiful Alster Lake. On the shores of this lake today is an attractive park. Locals and tourists come here to have a picnic, enjoy hiking and active entertainment. Along the shores of the lake are luxurious villas of the wealthiest townspeople. In the warm season on the lake, competitions in water sports are often held Art … Read more
Cologne
The Museum of Chocolate. The Museum of Chocolate is located in a big house on the peninsula. The official name of the museum is Imhoff-Schokoladen-Museum. This is the place where visitors can learn about the whole 3000 year long history of chocolate. The museum was opened in 1993, and at that time it was the 1st museum of chocolate. In the end of every excursion visitors are welcome to try the main exhibit of the museum simply by dipping a waffle into a chocolate fountain. Tourists should … Read more
Frankfurt am Main
A very entertaining Money Museum operates in the city. Its opening took place in 1999. The museum was established in the German Federal Bank. Its collection began to be formed in the middle of the 19th century. Then the Reichsbank started collecting banknotes. They are now presented in the museum. The museum features a total of 350000 coins and banknotes. Very ancient banknotes relating to the times of the Roman Empire are among them. Old Opera Concert Hall is popular with lovers of classical … Read more
Dusseldorf
Among the outstanding architectural monuments of the city, is the city's town hall. It was built in the 16th century and is a vivid example of the Gothic style. It would be most interesting to admire the ancient building from the Market Square (Marktplatz). Part of the building overlooking this square has survived to this day almost in its original form, while other parts of the building were significantly altered during numerous reconstructions. In front of the Town Hall is the sculpture of … Read more
Dresden
The Bruehl Terrace. The Bruehl terrace is located along the Elba. The fabulous promenade made of former coastal fortifications is often called 'The European Balcony'. The Bruehl Terrace got its name from earl Henry fon Bruehl, who founded his palace and amusement park there in 1739-48. The former ancestral estate that was built for the second prince in the family is also located there. The Academy of Art is built in the neo-baroque style. Visitors are recommended to attend the former … Read more
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