|monument - Germany|
||Monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I in Porta Westfalica||Rating: 8.40|
There is a small town in Germany with a non-German name Porta Westfalica. It is located in the North Rhine-Westphalia ..., read more...
||Ruedesheim am Rhein||Rating: 7.20|
In Rüdesheim most travelers begin their journey across the unique region Middle Rhine Valley. This is one of the ..., read more...
Bonn is known to the public for two reasons: it is the home town of Ludwig van Beethoven and the ..., read more...
||Walhalla memorial||Rating: 7.00|
|Hall of Fame for prominent Germans, which is located in a picturesque place on a mountain near the Danube river, read more...|
|Braunschweig is the second largest city in Lower Saxony. Until November 1918 it was the capital of the Duchy of ..., read more...|
||Kyffhauser Monument||Rating: 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...|
Leipzig is fairly a large city by German standards and a major transport hub. During World War II it was ..., read more...
||Hermann Monument (Hermannsdenkmal)||Rating: 6.40|
Hermann Monument is located on the top of a 386-meter hill and dedicated to the victory of the Germanic tribes over ..., read more...
||Memorial To German Soldiers Near Bad Essen||Rating: 6.20|
On the way to Bad Essen I found an interesting place in the forest: a memorial to German soldiers that ..., read more...