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10 - Kreidefelsen auf Rügen Die Kreidefelsen auf Rügen sind in Nationalpark Jasmund. The highest part of the cliffs is called Königsstuhl which means king’s chair. Das Königsstuhl ist 118 meterhoch. The cliffs are made of chalk and hence called Kreidefelsen auf Rügen which means Chalk Cliffs of Rügen. Click the arrow to return to the map
9 -Rhein Das romantisch Rhein ist von Koblenz zu Bingen That part of the river is most famous as the river carves its way through vineyard covered hills and many historical sites. Die Loreley ist eine Klippe und sie ist auf das Flussufer von Rhein. The river has been an important trade route into central Europe since ancient times and a string of small towns has grown up along the banks. Click the arrow to return to the map
8 - Frauenkirche Die Frauenkirche ist in Dresden. Die Frauenkirche means the Church of Our Lady. Es war zerstört im Zweiten Weltkrieg. It was then reconstructed using the original plans from the 1720s and reopened in 2005. Click the arrow to return to the map
7 - Lindau Lindau hat 3,000 Leute. It is located near the meeting point of the Austrian, German and Swiss borders. Es ist in Bodensee. The city is connected with the mainland by bridge and railway and is full of medieval buildings. Click the arrow to return to the map
6 - Oktoberfest Oktoberfest ist in Munchen. It is the largest Volksfest (beer and wine festival etc.) in the world with over 6 million people attending each year. Es ist im später September und früh Oktober. The festival has been held since 1810 and consists of drinking lots of German beer. Click the arrow to return to the map
5 - Kölner Dom Click the arrow to return to the map Kölner dom ist 144.5 meterhoch, 86.5 meterbreit und 157 meterhohe. The construction of the cathedral started in 1248 and took more than 600 years to be fully built. Kölner Dom meaning Cologne cathedral attracts on average around 20,000 people every day.
4 - Holstentor Holstentor ist in Lϋbeck. Its is a gate that now serves as a museum. Holstentor hat am 1464 gebaut. This gothic building is now a famous symbol of Lϋbeck. Click the arrow to return to the map
3 - Heidelberg Heidelberg ist in der Neckar Tal. The city was largely unharmed by any ww2 bombings and therefore still in its original shape. Heidelberg hat 150,000 man. The Heidelberg city also has Germanys oldest university and therefore has a track record of intellects and philosophers. Click the arrow to return to the map
2 - Brandenburger Tor Das brandenburgetor ist ein ehemalige Stadttor. It is located in the west of Berlin Es ist ein grosses Bahnbrechend. It was built in the 18 th century. Click the arrow to return to the map
1 - Neuschwanstein Neuschwanstein ist in sϋdwesten Bavaria. The castle was commissioned by king Ludwig of Bavaria who was later declared insane and died a few days before the castle was completed. It is the inspiration for many Disney films. Click the arrow to return to the map
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