Photographs Germany

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Photographs of German cities and sites: I have lived for some time in Berlin in the past, and have travelled quite frequently to various other places. One of the things I like about Germany is that there are many cities and towns with their proud histories that are often reflected in the architecture.

Berlin

The capital of the reunited Germany, and a city that is constantly changing, and every single time I visit, there is something new and something has changed.

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Marburg

A university town in Hesse, north of Frankfurt am Main.

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Greifswald

A university city on the Baltic: a very quiet, dignified sort of place with a number of lovely buildings in Backsteingothik.

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Wismar

A historic city on the Baltic.

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Bonn

A medium-sized city that was the capital of West Germany, when there were two Germanies.

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Brühl

A town between Cologne and Bonn, famous for Augustus Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Cologne

One of the biggest and most vibrant cities in Germany, famous for and whose skyline is dominated by the soaring tower of the cathedral.

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Bernkastel-Kues

A small, well-preserved town on the Mosel (Moselle) in midst of a wine-making region.

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Burg Eltz

An actual and dreamy mediaeval castle in a beautiful setting.

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Cochem

A city on the Mosel (Moselle).

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Trier

An ancient city with an impressive amount of Roman ruins. There is also a huge cathedral.

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Along the Mosel

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Dresden

One of the most cultured and beautiful cities in Germany.

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Meißen

Rightly famous for the porcelain that is produced in the city and for the cathedral.

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Lübeck

Once the leader of the Hanseatic League, it still retains architectural gems from the mediaeval period.

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