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city on the Rhine, in Switzerland
Karlsruhe is a city on the Rhine in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. It is in the north of the Black Forest, close to the French border. Karlsruhe is famous in Germany for both hosting two federal courts and being a major hub for science and technology. With 300,000 people, Karlsruhe is the largest city within 60 km. It is not usually visited by tourists from abroad, but is a relaxed and pleasant city to work and study in.
Mannheim is a city in the northwest corner of the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany, at the confluence of the Rhine and Neckar rivers. It is close to Ludwigshafen.
Schwetzingen is in Baden-Württemberg.
Weinheim is a town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, approximately 15 km north of Heidelberg and 10 km northeast of Mannheim. It has about 43,000 inhabitants. Weinheim was first mentioned in 755 AD in the Lorsch Codex and mentioned as a city in 1264 AD. Weinheim is situated on the eastern slopes of the Odenwald, called the Bergstraße, one of the warmest regions in Germany.
Bensheim is a town in South Hesse, Germany.
Heppenheim is a town in South Hesse, Germany along the Bergstraße, a mountain road running on the western edge of the Odenwald mountain range.
capital of the canton of Zürich, Switzerland
capital of Switzerland
city on Lake Lucerne, in central Switzerland
Darmstadt is a city in Hesse, Germany with a population of 149.000, located south of Frankfurt.
resort town in the Swiss canton of Bern
village and municipality in the canton of Bern, Switzerland
city in Germany
World Heritage site in the Switzerland
The intricately carved half-timbered frames decorating the upper floors date from 1589.
Built between 1176 and 1439 and with a 142-m tower (the highest cathedral tower in France), the Gothic cathedral is undoubtedly Strasbourg's finest architectural highlight. Check out the astrometric clock inside the cathedral.
A splendid museum of medieval religious art related to the cathedral.
Museum of Strasbourg's history.
French-style palace, built after the acquisition of the town by the French (1681). Home to the Museum of Fine Arts, the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Applied Arts.
This museum features articles from the daily lives of Alsatian peoples from the 13th to 19th centuries: clothing, furniture, toys, tools of artisans and farmers, and religious objects used in Christian, Jewish, and even pagan rites. The exhibits are in rooms connected by wooden staircases and balconies in adjacent multistory Renaissance-era houses around a central courtyard.
public square in Strasbourg, France
It's recommended also because of the interesting building.
Built in 1999 by Architecture Studio. The parliament tends to meet in Brussels more and the arrangement with the parliament moving shop between Brussels and Strasbourg several times a year has been criticized as wasteful of money by EU skeptics and penny-pinchers.
built in 1977 by Henry Bernard.
court in Strasbourg, France, established by the European Convention on Human Rights
town in southwest Germany
former administrative region and former province of France
commune in Haut-Rhin, France
geographical region in Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg
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