Tourist accommodation in Germany
Tourist accommodation in Germany is very different - from affordable campsites and hostels to luxury five-star hotels of world famous chains. You can rent a hotel room, apartments, and an…

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Pinakothek der moderne
The Pinakothek of Modernity is a museum of modern art located in Munich, the capital of Bavaria, in southern Germany. The Pinakothek collection of the present continues the collection of…

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Koln
Cologne is one of the oldest and fourth largest cities in Germany, as well as the administrative center of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located in the…

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Brühlsche Terrasse

The Brühl Terrace (Die Brühlsche Terrasse or Brühl-Terrasse) is the architectural ensemble of the historic promenade in Dresden, one of the most popular tourist attractions of the city.

The Bruhl Terrace, or Bruhl Terrace, is located in the center of the old town, on the banks of the Elbe River. The Bruhl Terrace is 500 meters long between the bridges of Augustus (Augustusbrücke) and Karol (Carolabrücke).

Today’s embankment architectural complex has historically been part of the fortifications erected around the city wall in the 16th century. In 1750, the then Prime Minister of Saxony, Heinrich von Brühl, commissioned the architect Johann Christoph Knöffe to design a palace and park complex on site for fortifications for his own needs. The so-called “Bruhl charms” (Brühlschen Herrlichkeiten) consisted of a gallery, a library, a Belvedere, a palace and a park. Numerous luxurious buildings were built in the late Baroque and Rococo style. So this section of the defensive structures lost its military significance, passing into the private possession of Count von Bruhl. Continue reading

Alster Lake

Lake Alster (German: Alster) is a part of the river of the same name in the central part of Hamburg, in northern Germany.

The lake arose in the riverbed at the column Adolf III c. 1190 year. Then Alster was blocked by a dam for the operation of a water mill.

Today, Alster Lake is one of the main attractions of Hamburg, it is a favorite vacation spot for all citizens – they walk here, run along the paths of the park, engage in various sports, including water sports, as well as make purchases and ride a boat.

Three Alsters
From 1616 to 1625, during the construction of the city wall, the lake was divided into two parts – Outer and Inner Alster. To prevent unauthorized entry into the city, the river flow under a wooden bridge was blocked by a large log. Continue reading

Cities of Germany
Germany has countless attractive cities for tourists; Here are the nine most famous of them: Berlin - the capital of Germany, during the Cold War, divided by the Berlin Wall,…

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Hamburg city (Germany)
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, located on the banks of the Elbe River. This is one of the richest cities in the country, the largest port and…

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Frauenkirche
The official Frauenkirche, the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Der Dom zu unserer lieben Frau), is the main church in Munich, the capital of Bavaria, in southern Germany. This…

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How to get there
You can get to Germany in every possible way, the most convenient of which is, of course, an airplane. However, depending on the city, there are other travel options to…

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