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Scenic Walking Area Attractions In Germany

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Germany , officially the Federal Republic of Germany , is a country in central-western Europe. It includes 16 constituent states, covers an area of 357,386 square kilometres , and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. With nearly 83 million inhabitants, Germany is the most populous member state of the European Union. Germany's capital and largest metropolis is Berlin, while its largest conurbation is the Ruhr, with its main centres of Dortmund and Essen. The country's other major cities are Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Leipzig, Bremen, Dresden, Hannover, and Nuremberg. Various Germanic tribes have inhabited the north...
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  • 2. Pulverturm Greiz Greiz
    A powder tower , occasionally also powder house , was a building used by the military or by mining companies, frequently a tower, to store gunpowder or, later, explosives. They were common until the 20th century, but were increasingly succeeded by gunpowder magazines and ammunition depots. The explosion of a powder tower could be catastrophic as, for example, in the Delft Explosion of 1654. Buildings formerly used as powder towers include the following: Langer Turm, Aachen Pulvertürmchen in Aachen Pulverturm, Andernach Pulverturm, Anklam Pulverturm, Bad Bentheim Pulverturm, Bad Reichenhall Bremer Pulvertürme Pulverturm, Burghausen Malteserturm in Chur Knochenturm in Einbeck Pulverturm, Greiz Färberturm, Gunzenhausen Pulverturm, Johanngeorgenstadt Pulverturm, Jena Pulverturm, Krems Pulve...
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  • 6. burg Stahlberg Bacharach
    Stahleck Castle is a 12th-century fortified castle in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley at Bacharach in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It stands on a crag approximately 160 metres above sea level on the left bank of the river at the mouth of the Steeg valley, approximately 50 kilometres south of Koblenz, and offers a commanding view of the Lorelei valley. Its name means impregnable castle on a crag, from the Middle High German words stahel and ecke . It has a water-filled partial moat, a rarity in Germany. Built on the orders of the Archbishop of Cologne, it was destroyed in the late 17th century but rebuilt in the 20th and is now a hostel.
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  • 10. Skulpturenweg Lorrach
    The Lörrach Sculpture Path is a Sculpture trail of 23 works and fountains through the southern German city of Lörrach. In 1986 extensive urban planning changes were made in the city. A busy main road was decommissioned in favour of a pedestrian street. The city was transformed with the goal of making Lörrach into a culturally attractive town in the Swiss-French-German border region. The sculpture trail, with works by both international and local artists, was commissioned. The route begins at the cultural centre Burghof Lörrach with a truncated pyramid by Bruce Nauman. The trail takes a circular route past Dreiländermuseum, the town hall and the market.
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  • 12. Mungstener Bridge Solingen
    Line S 7 is an S-Bahn line on the Rhine-Ruhr network in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, which has been operated by Abellio from Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof to Solingen Hauptbahnhof since 15 December 2013. It is operated at 20 minute intervals, using LINT 41 vehicles. The service was previously classified as Regionalbahn service RB 47, known as the Der Müngstener, a reference to the Müngsten Bridge, which it crosses and DB Regio had operated it on the same route with class 628 diesel multiple units since 1994. It was also operated at 20-minute intervals, in the evenings and on weekends, every 30 minutes.Line S 7 runs over lines built by two railway companies: from Wuppertal Hauptbahnhof to Wuppertal-Oberbarmen station over the Elberfeld–Dortmund railway, opened by the Bergisch-M...
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  • 15. Streckelsberg Koserow
    TheStreckelsberg is an approximately 58 metre high coastal cliff on the island of Usedom in North Germany. After the Golm and the Kückelsberg, the Streckelsberg is the third highest elevation on the island. The Streckelsberg is located half a kilometre southeast of the former fishing village and present-day seaside resort of Koserow directly on the Baltic Sea shore. To the southeast is the village of Kölpinsee; the B 111 federal road and Usedomer Bäderbahn railway run past the hill to the southwest.
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