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Attractions from Germany

Bamberg City (Bamberg)
One of Germany's best-preserved city, Bamberg, is situated in northeastern Bavaria. The 1000 years old university and cathedral city has 2300 listed buildings; most have the original baroque facade.
Neuschwanstein Castle (Bayern)
One of the most spectacular architectonic achievements in Bavaria is the famous fairytale castle Schloss Neuschwanstein, which was built by Ludwig II of Bavaria from 1869 to 1886. The castle is situated on a mountaintop surrounded by snow-covered mountains, beautiful lakes and tall firs.
The Romantic Road (Bayern)
One of Germany's largest attractions through times is The Romantic Road between Würzburg and Füssen. On this 350 kilometres long road you will pass a lot of cosy towns and some of the most beautiful sights and attractions in Germany.
Bayreuth City (Bayreuth)
Bayreuth is situated in the northeastern part of Bavaria and is one of Germany's famous cities. This baroque city in the northern Franken is the hometown of Richard Wagner, who was also buried here. Each year between July and August there is a Wagner-festival in honour of him and his works. It attracts thousands of fans from all over the world.
Berlin Marathon (Berlin)
The Berlin Marathon is held annually and it has become one of the most important and prestigious races in the world. A combination of a level route, good weather and a unique atmosphere makes the Berlin Marathon the fastest Marathon in the world.
Berlin Zoological Garden (Berlin)
Germany's eldest zoo from 1841 is situated in the southwestern corner of Tiergarten. The 30-hectare big zoological garden is the world's largest with over 13.000 different animal species.
Charlottenburg (Berlin)
Größter Anziehungspunkt des Stadteils um den Savignyplatz ist das zwischen 1695 und 1746 entstandene Schloss Charlottenburg. Nach Kriegsschäden wurden die historischen Räume originalgetreu wieder nachgebaut. Im Westflügel befindet sich das Museum für Frühgeschichte, im Ostflügel die Galerie der Romantik. Das Schloss ist umgeben von einer herrlichen Parkanlage. Im Mausoleum sind mehrere Hohenzollern-Mitglieder bestattet.
The Brandenburger Tor building (Berlin)
Brandenburger Tor is the symbol of Berlin's victories and defeats. At the top of the building from 1791 is the triumphal goddess Nike who, ironically, has turned her chariot westwards.
The Reichtag building (Berlin)
The British architect Sir Norman Foster is the man behind the restoration of the German parliament building. The reborn building is a combination of new and old and now houses the German parliament.
National Park Harz (Central Germany)
In 1994 Niedersachsen's state government established Germany's 11. Nature Park by the foot of Harzen's mountain area. It covers an area of 15.800 hectare and contains several animal species and many untouched nature areas.

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