Top Seven Cities of Germany-Berlin Facts

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Berlin:

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Berlin, located in northeastern Germany, it is the capital and most populated city of Germany. Berlin area is 344.3 square miles. Berlin is the capital of Germany. It is the largest city in the country. Berlin is also one of the populated cities in the European Union with a metropolitan population of more than 3.72712 million people as of 2018. About 95% of the people living in Berlin are of German origin. It is one of the most frequented cities in the European Union and attracting millions of visitors annually. Despite being infamous for the Berlin Wall of the late 20th century Berlin is an important city both in the past and in modern times having played important roles in two major world wars.
Currently, Berlin serves as the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany with the seat of the President of Germany, whose official residence is Schloss Bellevue. The ministries and the Bundesrat are also located within the city. Berlin serves as one of the leading tourist destinations for its rich historical heritage and there many museums and other historical centers. Attractions in the city include the Berlin Fashion Week, Museum Island and the Jewish Museum. Berlin serves as the seat for several religious organizations including the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Berlin and the Cathedral of St. Boris. Several world-class educational institutions are located within the city such as the Humboldt University of Berlin and the Free University of Berlin. The city of Berlin also serves as a center for transport, communication, and entertainment.

Hamburg:

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Hamburg City and Land located on the Elbe River in northern Germany. It is the one of largest port and commercial center of Germany.
Hamburg is a cosmopolitan city in its outlook. Although comparatively few foreigners live here. Hamburg has dealings with many nations, and it has more consulates than any other city in the world. Shipping and trade have been Hamburg’s lifeblood. Its harbor has remained the city’s most important feature. Hamburg is the third largest port in Europe and one of Germany's primary ports. It is often referred to as Germany's "Gateway to the World". It is one of the largest economic centers of Northern Europe and Germany. Hamburg Population Growth. Hamburg's 2018 population is now estimated at 1,792,904. Hamburg has mild winters, cool summers, high humidity, and frequent fog. The mean winter temperature is 1.2 °C and the mean summer temperature is 16.9 °C.

Munich:

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Munch City View
Munich is a big city and a province, a metropolis and still a village, in spite of its over one million inhabitants, a high-tech bastion and a traditional costume workshop.
Munich city is the capital of Bavaria Land southern Germany. It is Bavaria’s largest city and it also largest city in Germany. Munich, by far the largest city in southern Germany lies about 30 miles north of the edge of the Alps and along the Isar River which flows through the middle of the city.
Munich shifted from heavy to light industry to manufacture for example of precision instruments, optical and electrical appliances, as well as to the production of food, cosmetics, and clothing. In the past Munich suffered economically because of its distance from seaports and from the coal mines of the Ruhr area. But this situation improved when fuels other than coal came into general use only. The city has several of the largest breweries in country and is famous for its beer and its annual Oktoberfest celebration event.

Cologne:

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Beautiful View of Cologne City
No city can and should be divided from its history - taking a look at Cologne, the roots can be found almost Two thousand years ago when Cologne was still under the Romans and called "Colonia Claudia Ara Aggrippinensium", it one of the oldest cities in Germany.
Cologne is the warmest German city, as is in a transition zone between marine and continental climates. The Catholic Church has bestowed upon Cologne city the title of “holy city” which has been awarded to only two other cities Rome and Constantinople. Cologne city is also home to the Chocolate Museum which not only acquaints its visitors with the history of this delicacy’s manufacturing process. Here you will also find a cafe that’s excellent for enjoying chocolate and a majestic view of the Rhine.

Stuttgart:

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Amazing View of Stuttgart City
Stuttgart city is the capital of Baden-Wurttember, SW Germany, on the Neckar River. It is a most important transportation point, with a large river port and also connected an international airport. Manufactures include electrical and photographic equipment, machinery, optical and precision instruments, textiles, clothing, chemicals, beverages, pianos, and motor vehicles. It is also a tourist point and the site of industrial zoon.
In 1945 many old buildings were restored and striking modern structures were erected in this city. The city has several other museums, university and an academy of fine arts. Friedrich von Schiller studied medicine in Stuttgart here from 1773 to 1780.

Dusseldorf:

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Wonderful Scene of Dusseldorf City
Dusseldorf is a modern city of Germany and on the banks of the Rhine River. Dusseldorf is the capital city of the German Federal State of North Rhine Westphalia and the economic center of Western Germany. Dusseldorf is located on the River Rhine. Dusseldorf is not only widely known as a stronghold of the German advertising and fashion industries. In the last few years the city on the Rhine has become a top telecommunication point in Germany. There are eighteen internet providers located in this city.
Dusseldorf is a major point for telecommunications, banking, consulting, advertising and an important hub of international accountancy. The average income makes Dusseldorf one of the best earning cities in this state and it ranks among the highest in Europe. Over 15% of Dusseldorf’s population is comprised of foreigners. The educational background of citizens is relatively high. More than every tenth person holds a university degree and six institutions for higher education are in the city.

Dortmund:

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Amazing Scene of Dortmund City
Dortmund, city, North Rhine-Westphalia western Germany. Located at the southern terminus of the Dortmund-Ems Canal, it has extensive port installations. First mentioned as Throtmanni in 885, Dortmund became a free imperial city in 1220 and later joined the Hanseatic League. Its far-ranging trade connections made it so prosperous in the 14th century that the English crown was pledged to its merchants as security for loans several times. Its prosperity declined after the 30 years’ war, and when it lost its imperial rights in 1803, its population numbered only about 4,000. The development of coal mining and iron-ore mining in the 19th century and the completion of the canal in 1899 stimulated rapid growth, and Dortmund is now a major transportation and industrial center of the Ruhr.
Steel, machinery, electronic equipment, motor vehicles, coal, and beer are the city’s principal products, though it is increasingly dependent on service activities. Dortmund also has a large wholesale fruit and vegetable market. Dortmund was largely destroyed in World War II, which led to planned reconstruction on modern lines. Four medieval churches—the Propsteikirche, the Reinoldikirche, the Marienkirche, and the Petrikirche—have been restored, and the city retains four moated castles and the ruins of Saxon and Carolingian fortresses. 

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