Germany

Frankfurt am Main

Frankfurt am Main is famous for its many trade friars. It is a center of banking and insurance and home of the German stock exchange. It has one of Europe´s busiest airports and the country’s […]

Germany

Along the Rhine

To many people, the idea of typical German scenery is a broad, winding river passing between steep banks covered in vineyards and pretty villages. Castles perch on the tops of hills. This is typical of […]

Germany

Uncover The Treasures of Munich

The capital of Bavaria, Munich, the third-largest city in Germany (1.45 million inhabitants), is situated on the banks of the Isar, on an extensive plateau, 519 meters. above the sea, and presents a very picturesque […]

Germany

Bonn, The City of Beethoven

The quiet university and market town that became Europe’s smallest capital city in 1949 was immediately dubbed the “Bundesdorf” (Federal Village). Bonn lost its capital status to Berlin when the two Germanys united in October […]

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Germany in History

In ancient times Germany was covered in dense forests. About 3000 years ao this wild countryside was inhabited by people known as Celts. Their most potent tribes lived in the Danube valley in about 800 […]

Germany

Aachen, the westernmost city in Germany

Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle, or Aken, as its neighbours call it), Germany’s main western gateway, lying directly on its fron­tiers with Belgium and Holland, about 65 km (40 miles) west of Cologne, is a traditional meeting place […]

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The Magnificent Cologne Cathedral

Cologne, the lovable metropolis on the Rhine, covering an area of ‎405.15 km² (156.43 sq mi), was founded 37 b. c. and was named Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium after the spouse of the emperor Claudius.  […]