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82493, Krun, Germany
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Berlin is the capital of Germany and had a total population of 4.5 million people. The city has a rich history and is known for its involvement during the Second World War. Berlin is one of the most developed cities in Europe and thousands of ...
Stuttgart the famous manufacturing hub. This city is situated in the southwest of Baden-Württemberg state in Germany and is home to some of the most important car museums of the world: The Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche museum, there you ...
Also known as Bodensee, is a common lake that borders Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The lake is divided into two parts; the lower lake known as the Untersee and the upper lake which is known as the Obersee. There, tourists can find many ...
Situated in Germany, in the western state Hesse, Wiesbaden is a city known for its beautiful park: The Kurpark. The city is home to a convention center and a casino and many interesting places to visit by tourists. Saint Elizabeth's Church is also ...
Windeck is a village the Eibingen district in Rudesheim am Rhein. This village is known as a settlement where people have settled and live together for the purpose of living and working. Located above the vineyards of Rüdesheim this place is ...
As Germany’s third largest city, Munich can offer tourists with a spectacular array of historic buildings, architectural masterpieces, and entertainment hubs that can serve as an ideal way to mark your family summer getaway. With a population ...