Berlin, Germany
Berlin is Western and Eastern. Even now. And for three decades now, the Germans have been getting rid of the legacy of the GDR. Antiquities and the historical center, in…

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Berliner Dom
Berlin Cathedral attracts many tourists from all over the world with its impressive architecture. This is about 720 thousand people annually. Often it is called the Entrance Gate to 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…

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Cologne Town Hall

The historic Cologne City Hall (Kölner Rathaus) is located in the old town of Cologne, in western Germany, in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

The first mention of the “house in which the citizens of the city gather” dates back to 1135.

The Cologne Town Hall is considered Germany’s oldest town hall. And the history of the construction of the town hall stretched for 800 years.
Archaeological excavations have shown that part of the foundation of the town hall stands on the remains of the fortress wall of the Roman settlement Colonia, from the name of which, in fact, the modern name of the city of Cologne comes from. Continue reading

Reichstag building

The Reichstag building in Berlin is the main symbol of the country and the most famous parliament in the world. This is a historic building of the state assembly, in which from 1894 to 1933 the Reichstag of the German Empire and the Reichstag of the Weimar Republic met. Since 1999, the Federal Assembly of the Republic of Germany – the Bundestag – has been located in parliament. Since 2002, the facility has been visited by over 35 million tourists.

The building project belongs to the architect from Frankfurt – Paul Vallot. The construction of the parliament began on June 9, 1884, on this day the first stone was laid. Work continued for 10 years and cost the treasury 24 million Reichsmarks. 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, today is one of the most amazing and colorful cities in the world. Now it is a multicultural metropolis with elegant clubs, numerous art galleries, trendy bars and classic restaurants, as well as a huge number of shops and, of course, attractions.

Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany. It was founded by the Romans, and its age is more than 2000 years. The main symbol of the city is the famous Cologne Cathedral, striking in its scale. Cologne is also known for the Christopher Street Day Carnival and Gay Pride. Be sure to try the local cuisine and, of course, a beer called Kölsch. Continue reading

Panel "Procession of Princes"
The “Procession of Princes” or “Princely Procession” (Fürstenzug) panel is a wall tile panel from the famous Meissen porcelain in Dresden. The panel is laid out on the outside of…

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German Cathedral in Berlin
The German Cathedral in Berlin (Deutscher Dom) is a church located in the German capital, in the Friedrichstadt district. Together with the French Cathedral and the Concert Hall, the German…

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Zwinger Palace
The authors of this architectural masterpiece are architect Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann and sculptor Balthasar Permoser. The ensemble of the Zwinger Palace consists of three galleries - a gross pavilion, a…

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Unter den Linden
Unter den Linden is the most famous Berlin boulevard, several of the city’s most famous sights are concentrated here. It stretches for about one and a half kilometers in the…

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