GERMANY: FAMOUS PLACES AND CITIES
Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany is a country in Central Europe.
It is bordered to the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea; to the east by Poland and the Czech Republic; to the south by Austria and Switzerland; and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Germany is a federal parliamentary republic of sixteen states (Länder). The capital and largest city is Berlin.
Its landscape is varied, from castles sitting in the crevices of capped mountains to medieval villages bursting with life. Famous places in Germany revolve around many major cities, like Munich where the annual Oktoberfest celebration is held. Berlin, Frankfurt, and Hamburg also make up some famous places in Germany, each with its own distinction as unique and telling a story.
MUNICH- Arguably the most popular tourist destination, with close to 6 million people taking part in the two-week long Oktoberfest festivities year after year. The city is well known for its breweries and beer halls along with an impressive selection of art galleries, museums, and both Gothic and Baroque architecture.
For a taste of winter sports, tourists would be pleased to know that Munich lies in close proximity to the Bavarian Alps which is a skiers paradise.
HAMBURG-This one is considered as the German version of Venice, Italy with its major ports and canal networks along with bridges and two lakes that make up close to 10 percent of the entire city.
Given its water, Hamburg is a city lush with parks and gardens along with 21st century buildings nestled in between classic Renaissance architecture. The harbor and seaside areas make up the cities largest tourist attractions.
BERLIN- One "can't miss" city in Germany is the capital of Berlin, which is well known for its past wall separating the socialists from the democrats.
In 1990, the wall was torn down and a re-emergence occurred with the capital...
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