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Scott Bakken 19h
The steam engine train through the Harz in Germany. Is it hogwarts or Thomas the train? Who knows but it was amazing!
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Germany Tourism Sep 13
from the island Rügen! It is Germany's largest island with 356 square miles!
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Germany Tourism Sep 13
Have you ever tried a Frankfurter? They are usually served in pairs with mustard or horseradish, and accompanied by rye bread or potato salad.
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Germany Tourism Sep 13
Enjoy Wuppertal! It's the biggest city in the Bergisches Land and is the region's main center for business, education, industry and the arts.
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Germany Tourism Sep 12
We cannot get enough of the majestic Cochem Castle with its exciting history in the charming Moselle landscapes!
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Germany Tourism Sep 12
Have you ever visited the island of Sylt? With its 25 miles of sandy beaches to the west and a broad expanse of the Wadden Sea to the east it is definitely worth a visit.
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Germany Tourism Sep 12
Check out the Brocken Railway! It leads through the idyllic Harz National Park.
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Germany Tourism Sep 11
Make sure to visit the stunning Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam!
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Germany Tourism Sep 11
Don't miss this great article about the historic city Münster!
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Germany Tourism Sep 11
Enjoy Bremen the 1,200-year-old city by the river with its marvelous market place!
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Germany Tourism Sep 10
Beautiful! Would you jump into the lake from this rope swing?
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Germany Tourism Sep 10
Spiekeroog is a dream destination in the North Sea! Lush scenery, a car-free environment and fresh sea air make it to a popular island for health and wellness.
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Germany Tourism Sep 10
Visit the State Archaeological Museum in Constance and discover the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron Age. Gain fascinating insights into the village life of early farmers and fishermen.
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Germany Tourism Sep 10
Have you ever climbed to the roof of a forest? This is what you can do on the Treetop Trail in the Hainich National Park in Thuringia.
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Germany Tourism Sep 9
Have a GREAT time!
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Germany Tourism Sep 9
Replying to @chris_v63
At the turn of the 20th century, plans were being made to create a mountain railway. Due to the work of conservationists, plans were prevented and Bastei was designated as the first nature preserve in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains.
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Germany Tourism Sep 9
Replying to @chris_v63
The bridge (only open to foot traffic) was built because the area had a large number of hikers, and infrastructure was beginning to develop to service them. It was originally wooden before being replaced in 1851 due to the increase in tourism.
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Germany Tourism Sep 9
Replying to @Vagabond3Live
How cute! Rapunzel looks like she's living her best life! 🏰
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Germany Tourism Sep 9
Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair! Have you ever seen anything so sweet? Follow along on IG to see more of their visit to this beautiful castle.
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Germany Tourism Sep 9
: There is an art nouveau figure, called Goose Girl, in front of the Old Town Hall in Göttingen. By tradition the doctoral students have to kiss the statue on the cheek when they receive their degree.
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