Germany - places worth visiting - Deutschland - Plätze zu besuchen

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Munich is a city located in southern Germany, and a home to the famous Oktoberfest. Munich’s most known attractions and places include Marienplatz, the Residenz palace, Frauenkirche, and Schloss Nymphenburg.
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Düsseldorf is a modern city on the river Rhine. Düsseldorf is known for art design and modern architecture, and its Old Town with a vibrant variety of bars and pubs. Düsseldorf is a city of culture, and it offers 26 museums and over 100 galleries.
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Stuttgart is the home to the headquarters of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. Stuttgart has attractions such as the square Schlossplatz surrounded by buildings such as Neues Schloss and Altes Schloss, the Old Town, and the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
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Hamburg is the second-biggest city in Germany, located on the River Elbe. Hamburg has Europe’s third-largest port, which is one of the city’s sights alongside the City Hall, Speicherstadt, and Reeperbahn – a red-light district and a nightlife center.
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Berlin is the capital of Germany. Berlin is a historical city also known for its internationality, cafés and restaurants, street art, and vibrant nightlife. Berlin’s attractions include Brandenburg Gate, East Side Gallery, and various Christmas markets.
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Rothenburg is a small, picturesque town known for its medieval town center. The Town Wall built in the 14th century is still encircling the city. In the Middle Ages, Rothenburg was Germany’s second largest city; now it’s a famous tourist destination.
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