Germany Sightseeing

Berlin

Once a starkly divided city, Berlin is a testament to the unsettling schism that stretched across the country during the Cold War. Since the fall of t...
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Cologne

One of Germany's chief metropolitan centers, Cologne is a cultural hub of the Rhineland with countless art institutes and galleries alongside more...
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Dresden

Capital of German Saxony, Dresden has sometimes been called the 'Florence of the River Elbe'. Tragically, much of the old city was destroyed during th...
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Frankfurt

Germany's fifth-largest city has an enormous stake in Europe's financial sector, with more than 400 banking institutions operating within city...
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Hamburg

The second largest city in Germany, Hamburg, is home to an impressive number of millionaires who have done well by its large port—second only to...
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Messel Pit

This intriguing rock quarry located 22 miles south of Frankfurt was adopted by the UNESCO World Heritage list because of the abundant fossil deposits...
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Munich

Resting at the foot of the Alps, Munich is a 12th century market town that has grown into a modern, cosmopolitan center. However, this city has retain...
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Roman Ruins at Trier

Centuries before the Germany became the seat of the Holy Roman Empire; the original Roman Empire established a colony at Trier. The first Roman incurs...
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