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Sights of Hamburg, Germany

Sights of Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin. Within Germany it is the most important port city. Also on a European level, the port of Hamburg is one of the largest ports on the continent. Hamburg’s logistical role makes Hamburg an important trade center as well. Tourists will mainly visit the inner city of Hamburg, where you will also find the old warehouses that have increasingly been assigned a different function these days. Hamburg ‘s Top 10 Things…

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Germany Arts

Germany Arts

The history of German art of the last fifteen years is the story of the undoing of that high level of taste and figurative culture, in a plan of European values, which was created in Germany in the first three decades of the twentieth century. Expressionism, the abstractionism of W. Kandinskij, P. Klee, F. Marc and L. Feininger and the¬†Bauhaus¬†of W. Gropius (which arose in a German environment despite the different nationalities of their supporters), are among the most live…

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Weimar and Greetsiel

Weimar and Greetsiel

Weimar, the fourth largest city in Thuringia after Erfurt, Gera and Jena, is the heart of German cultural history and is always worth a visit. German world literature and art history meet here. Weimar was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998. Guests from all over the world are enchanted by the charm of bygone times. The city’s cultural heritage impressively reflects the Weimar Classic era around Schiller, Goethe, Wieland and Herder. Weimar is also ideal for study…

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Germany Public Policy

Germany Public Policy

Current policy Germany is a country located in the region of Western Europe. See abbreviation for Germany. Angela Merkel has been Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany since 2005. From 2015, there was a rapid reversal of the German support for Merkel in step with the increasing refugee reception. In the September 2017 parliamentary elections, Merkel’s Christian Democrats returned, while anti-immigrant Alternatives for Germany for the first time entered the Bundestag. Only after six months did Merkel manage to…

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