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HamelinRating: 7.00

Hamelin is one of Germany's "fairy tale" towns. It is known for the Pied Piper legend. In the USSR, this ..., read more...


Haemelschenburg CastleRating: 7.00

Hämelschenburg Castle was built between 1588 and 1618. It belongs to the Weser Renaissance. Southern wing of the Italian Renaissance style ..., read more...


DetmoldRating: 7.00
Detmold is a small town, administrative center of the Lippe district. The castle on an island in the center of the town was first mentioned in 1366. Some walls have survived from that time, read more...

Burg CastleRating: 7.00

The Burg Castle has quite an unusual name for a German castle. It's like a dog of Lt. Colombo, which ..., read more...


EinbeckRating: 7.00

Einbeck is an old Hanseatic city with half-timbered houses. Hanseatic means belonging to the trade union of free German cities. ..., read more...


Hardenberg Castle and PalaceRating: 7.00

The Hardenberg Castle and Hardenberg Palace are located close to each other and belong to the noble Hardenberg family.

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Kronsberg District in HannoverRating: 7.00

During the preparation for the Expo 2000 in Hannover, one of the exhibits was a newly built residential area of future. ..., read more...


Ettersburg CastleRating: 7.00

Castle Ettersburg is located outside Weimar, but is included in a large list of Weimar's objects of the UNESCO World ..., read more...


Etelsen palaceRating: 7.00

In the village of Etelsen stands a small and well-preserved palace built in 1885-1887 years by brothers Heimbruch for the ..., read more...


Carnival in HannoverRating: 7.00
Hanover Carnival is held since 1992. It lasts for several months, starting in November, and includes dozens of events, but this article is about the carnival procession, read more...

Bruche castleRating: 7.00
A small castle-palace of the first half of the 18th century. You can walk freely on the territory, although it ..., read more...

Bevern castleRating: 7.00
If you do not know how the buildings of the Renaissance look like, then you must visit the castle of Bevern. This is almost the most characteristic building in the whole of Germany, read more...

Tetrahedron in BottropRating: 7.00
In 1995 the Beckstrasse slag heap in Bottrop was transformed into a landscape park. At its top, a gigantic construction (weighing 210 tons) in the form of a tetrahedron was installed. The structure serves as a viewing platform, read more...

Walhalla memorialRating: 7.00
Hall of Fame for prominent Germans, which is located in a picturesque place on a mountain near the Danube river, read more...

Schwoebber castleRating: 7.00
Luxurious five-star hotel, located in the castle of the 16th century. It was built by Hilmar von Münchhausen on the location of the old knightly fortress. By name, you can guess that it was the ancestor of the famous Baron Munchausen, read more...

LeerRating: 7.00
The most important trading city in East Frisia. At the end of the 14th and the beginning of the 15th centuries, it was also the political center of the region. East Frisia is a historical region which is now part of Lower Saxony, read more...

Weltenburg AbbeyRating: 7.00
Benedictine monastery in Bavaria. Located in the very picturesque location on the Danube Bend, read more...

Ippenburg CastleRating: 6.80

Ippenburg Castle is 600-year-old ancestral home of a noble family Bussche-Ippenburg. The descendants live there today, the castle is ..., read more...


Bad EssenRating: 6.80

Bad Essen is not included in touristic guides, and it's quite logical: there are no important attractions in the town. ..., read more...


BraunschweigRating: 6.80
Braunschweig is the second largest city in Lower Saxony. Until November 1918 it was the capital of the Duchy of ..., read more...

Palace in NordkirchenRating: 6.80

Palace in Nordkirchen was built on the site of the Renaissance "Castle on the Water" from 1703 to 1734 by Münster bishops ..., read more...


MuensterRating: 6.80

Münster is worth a visit to see the City Hall and the Hall of Peace inside it. This is the ..., read more...


Bodenwerder, the Town of Baron MunchausenRating: 6.80

Title Bodenwerder is not as known as the name of its most famous resident - Baron Karl Friedrich Hieronymus von ..., read more...


EisenachRating: 6.80

Eisenach is known first of all for the Wartburg Castle, which is located nearby, and due to which the ..., read more...


DortmundRating: 6.80

According to the "expert opinion" of Internet travelers, Dortmund is not interesting at all. But, as in Düsseldorf, we ..., read more...


Gustrow CastleRating: 6.80

In the city of Gustrow stands perfectly preserved Renaissance castle. Its construction began by Duke Ulrich of Mecklenburg in 1558 ..., read more...


Bad NenndorfRating: 6.80

Bad Nenndorf is a small town near Hanover. We visited it because of the prefix Bad (spa town), which have ..., read more...


AnsbachRating: 6.80
Ansbach is best known as the former residence of the Margraves of Ansbach-Brandenburg. Last Margrave Alexander conceded both principalities in ..., read more...

Weser-Skywalk - observation deck over the Weser RiverRating: 6.80
Weser-Skywalk is an observation deck, which allows you to look at the river Weser and the Teutonburg Forest from a ..., read more...

Kyffhauser MonumentRating: 6.80
After Napoleon captured Germany and made political fragmentation, the public was looking for characters and events that could personalize the idea of ​​national unity and greatness of the German nation. Therefore, from the beginning of the 19th century giant monuments began to appear in different places in Germany, read more...

Castle WesterburgRating: 6.80
The oldest water castle in Germany, read more...

Worbis bear parkRating: 6.80
The park was created in 1996 to protect nature on the site of a former zoo. Since 1955 there existed ..., read more...

Adlerhorst Observation Deck (Aussichtsplattform Adlerhorst)Rating: 6.80
Family nature park on the island of Rügen. It consists of a wooden path in the crowns of trees and a huge observation deck, read more...

Park in LuetetsburgRating: 6.60

In a small town of Lütetsburg in northern Germany lies a beautiful old park. It was founded by Baron Edzard Mauritz ..., read more...


Wienhausen AbbeyRating: 6.60

In the small town of Wienhausen there is an abbey (monastery) founded in 1230 by Agnes von Landsberg, daughter-in-law of Henry ..., read more...


Movie Park in BottropRating: 6.60

The concept of the theme park Movie Park are Hollywood boulevards and studios. All arrtactions are related to various movies ..., read more...


PaderbornRating: 6.60

Paderborn appeared in 777, when the Frankish king Charlemagne founded the residence here. The place was not chosen by chance, ..., read more...


Castle in StadthagenRating: 6.60

Stadthagen is a small town near Hannover. It belongs to the towns of Weser Renaissance, mainly because of an ancient ..., read more...


HalleRating: 6.60

Halle is one of those cities that are not small by the standards of Germany, but is still considered as ..., read more...


Winsen (Luhe)Rating: 6.60
Winsen is a town near Hamburg with a small old center. You can stop by to see the 700-year-old castle ..., read more...

Iburg CastleRating: 6.60
Iburg Castle is a former abbey where prince-bishops of Osnabrück lived for 600 years. There is small garden near the castle designed by Martin Charbonnier, better known for the Royal Gardens in Hanover. Gardens in Hanover, by the way, was ordered by Princess Sophia, who was born and grew up in this castle and later became the first Prussian Queen. And her brother George I, who also spent all his childhood in this castle, in 1714 became king of the Great Britain and Nothern Island, read more...

Sylt IslandRating: 6.60
If you think that the most expensive real estate in Germany is in Munich or in Hamburg, you think wrong. The three most expensive streets of the country are located on the island of Sylt in the North Sea, read more...

Arndt Ernst Moritz TowerRating: 6.60
The highest point of the island of Rügen. The tower was built from 1869 to 1877 in honor of the German poet Ernst Moritz Arndt, who devoted his works to the beauty of the island, read more...

Kuchlbauer TowerRating: 6.60
Tower of the Austrian architect Hundertwasser in the town of Abensberg, read more...

Magdeburg Water BridgeRating: 6.60
The longest water bridge in the world (as of 2019), 918 meters long. Such bridges appear because of the construction of water channels, which sometimes pass at a different height than the rivers, read more...

Westerwinkel castleRating: 6.60
One of the earliest baroque castles in Westphalia, built in the 17th century. Was not rebuilt, so now you can see the original, 350-year-old castle, read more...

Leuchtenburg castleRating: 6.60
The picturesque castle on the hill, first mentioned in 1221. Throughout the history, it took part in many battles and was a refuge during the wars, read more...

Huelshoff castleRating: 6.60
Beautiful water castle near Münster. From 1417 belonged to the noble family of von Hulshoff, the castle hosts their museum , read more...

Lippepark in HammRating: 6.60
A large park on the site of the former mine. Such parks are now very popular in the Ruhr region, which already been transformed from an industrial region into a cultural one. Construction began in 2009, when the mine was dismantled. The main part of the park was completed in 2014, read more...

Otter center (Otter-Zentrum)Rating: 6.60
In 1979, an otter research project was launched in the Harz Mountains. It lasted until 1986 and then it was decided to open a full-fledged nursery, which was done in 1988 in the town of Hankensbüttel, read more...

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