Attractions from The Rhine Regions

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Kölner Cathedral (Cologne)
Cologne's cathedral is Germany's largest church and also the largest Gothic cathedral in North Europe. With two Gothic spires of each 157 metres, the church dominates the entire central city. During World War 2 large parts of the cathedral were destroyed, but as soon as in 1956 the building was restored completely to its present look.
Beethovens birthplace (The Rhine Regions)
At the street of Bonngasse no. 20 is what must the considered Bonn's most important attraction. This was where the world famous composer Ludwig van Beethoven was born in 1770. Today his house has been converted into a museum of some of his instruments and tools.
The Roman Monument Porta Nigra (The Rhine Regions)
The oldest city of Germany, Trier, has preserved a lot of Roman monuments. The best known is Porta Nigra, the city's port and landmark from 180 before Christ, which still looks as it did 2000 years ago.

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