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Zoologischer Garten (Germany)

Zoologischer Garten (Germany)

Berlin Zoological Garden (German: Zoologischer Garten Berlin) is the oldest national zoo in Germany. The park covering 35 hectares was opened in Berlin in 1844. The Berlin Zoological Garden, with 1,400 different species and 14,000 tall mammals, is the zoological garden that hosts the most 

Zwinger (Germany)

Zwinger (Germany)

The Augustus Bridge (German: Augustusbrücke, full name: Friedrich-August-Brücke) is located on the Elbe River in the center of Dresden, the German state of Saxony, and the Altstadt (Inner Altstadt, “Inner Altstadt”) and Neustadt , “inner new city”). It is reported that the first bridge was 

Kehlsteinhaus (Germany)

Kehlsteinhaus (Germany)

The Kehlsteinhaus (known as the Eagle’s Nest in English-speaking countries) is a small pavilion built as an extension of the Obersalzberg complex, built by the Nazis in the mountains near Berchtesgaden. It is the house Martin Bormann built as a 50th birthday gift to Adolf 

Wadden sea (Germany)

Wadden sea (Germany)

The Wadden Sea (Dutch: Waddenzee, German: Wattenmeer, Low German: Wattensee, Danish: Waassee) is a tidal zone in the south-east of the North Sea. The area between the northern waters of continental Europe and the Friars islands is muddy and wetlands. The region, which is rich 

Denkmal für die Ermordeten Juden Europas (Germany)

Denkmal für die Ermordeten Juden Europas (Germany)

Coordinates: 52.513923 ° K 13.378344 ° D The murdered European Jewish Memorial, Berlin, Germany (May 2007) The murdered European Jewish Memorial (German: Denkmal für die Ermordeten Juden Europas) or the Holocaust Memorial (German: Holocaust-Mahnmal) is a monument dedicated to Jews who have lost their lives 

Berlin Mauer (Germany)

Berlin Mauer (Germany)

The Wall of Berlin (German: Berliner Mauer) The wall, 46 km long, started construction in Berlin on 13 August 1961, with the decision of the East German parliament to prevent East German citizens from escaping to West Germany. The border, which is also known as 

Hohenschwangau Castle (Germany)

Hohenschwangau Castle (Germany)

Neuschwanstein castle or Neuschwanstein castle (German: Schloss Neuschwanstein, nɔʏʃvaːnʃtaɪ̯n) is a 6-storey 19th century Neo-romanticism architectural style built on a steep hill near the town of Hohenschwangau near Füssen, Germany’s Bavarian province. Today it is one of the stops of Romantische Straße which connects Würzburg 

Sanssouci (Germany)

Sanssouci (Germany)

Gardens and Palaces in Postdam and Berlin * UNESCO World Heritage P1190390 Potsdam sans souci rwk.jpg Country Germany Cultural Type Criteria i, ii, iv reference 532 Region ** Europe and North America Registration information Registration 1990 (14th Session) Extension 1992, 1999 * World Heritage official 

Alexanderplatz (Germany)

Alexanderplatz (Germany)

Alexanderplatz (English: Alexanderplatz) is a square and transport center in the center of Berlin. The square is located in the district of Mitte and near the Spree river and Berlin Cathedral. It is often called Alex among the local people. Alexanderplatz, originally thought of as 

Kölner Dom (Germany)

Kölner Dom (Germany)

Cologne Cathedral (German: Cologne Dom) is a historic cathedral in Cologne, Germany. Your Christianity is a worship for the Catholic sect. The construction of the cathedral was begun in 1248 and continued for 632 years and was opened in 1880. The cathedral in the Gothic