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BAVARIA
AACHEN
DUSSELDORF
MUNICH
HAGEN
ESSEN
DRESDEN
DORTMUND
COLOGNE
BERLIN
KAISERSLAUTERN
BREMEN
BREMERHAVEN
CHEMNITZ
DARMSTADT
ERFURT
FREIBURG
HAMBURG
HEIDELBERG
HEILBRONN
HILDESHEIM
INGOLSTADT
JENA
KASSEL
KIEL
LEIPZIG
MEMMINGEN
MAINZ
STUTTGART
TRIER
ULM
WIESBADEN
PADERBORN
PFORZHEIM
NEUSS
NUREMBERG
MANNHEIM
ARCHBISHOP
AREA
ARMS
ARTICLE
AUGSBURG
AUSTRIA
BAMBERG
BAVARIANS
BERGISCH GLADBACH
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Bavaria

  1. Bavaria is also the most autonomous of German states, and many Bavarians see themselves as Bavarians first and foremost, Germans second.
  2. Bavaria is the land of lederhosen, wood carvers, giant maaskrugs (stoneware mugs) of dark bock beer and houses painted with colorful frescoes.
  3. Bavaria is the most popular tourist destination for both Germans and overseas visitors alike.
  4. Bavaria is what many non-Germans probably have in mind when they think about Germany.

Aachen

  1. Aachen is a city of the German-Belgian border with a Jewish community dating back to the early ninth century.
  2. Aachen is a famous city situated directly on the border with Belgium and the Netherlands.
  3. Aachen is a medieval city of 250,000 inhabitants.
  4. Aachen is an industrial centre and a major railway junction, including the Thalys high-speed train network.
  5. Aachen is an industrial centre in a coal mining area and a major railway junction, including the Thalys high-speed train network.

Dusseldorf

  1. Dusseldorf is a city in western Germany located on the Rhine river.
  2. Dusseldorf is the lively provincial capital and the centre of the Rhineland.
  3. Dusseldorf is the proven commercial fashion platform.

Munich

  1. Munich is a popular tourist destination and has been described as Germany's secret capital.
  2. Munich is a 2-3 hour trip and trains run frequently.
  3. Munich is a city in which children are welcomed and loved, so provision has been made for their comfort and entertainment.
  4. Munich is a green city with numerous parks.
  5. Munich is a major transport hub.

Hagen

  1. Hagen is the 37th largest city in Germany, located in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Essen

  1. Essen - an introduction Essen is a city in the center of the Ruhr Area in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
  2. Essen is a German city in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia .
  3. Essen is a city in the center of the Ruhr Area in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
  4. Essen is a pulsating city which offers a varied programme.
  5. Essen is a reader for the MX2 file format used to store recipes.

Dresden

  1. Dresden is one of Germany's 16 political centres and the capital of Saxony.
  2. Dresden is a spacious city.
  3. Dresden is a town located in Weakley County, Tennessee.
  4. Dresden is also a research and science city, as well as an important industrial stronghold.
  5. Dresden is known as -Florence of the river Elbe- since centuries.

Dortmund

  1. Dortmund is a city in Germany, located in the Bundesland of North Rhine-Westphalia, in the Ruhr area.
  2. Dortmund - an introduction Dortmund is a city with around 590 000 inhabitants situated in the Bundesland of North Rhine-Westphalia.
  3. Dortmund is a city of cultural energy and variety.
  4. Dortmund is a city with many possibilities.
  5. Dortmund is a green city, with about half of its area covered by farms, parks, and forests.

Cologne

  1. Cologne is one German city that has a very distinctive flavor to it.
  2. Cologne is a beautiful and diverse city, surrounded by equally attractive and varied countryside.
  3. Cologne is a city of churches.
  4. Cologne is a highly diverse city - with many different historical, technological and cultural facets.
  5. Cologne is a major cultural centre of the Rhineland and has a vibrant art scene.

Berlin

  1. Berlin is a capital with a turbulent past.
  2. Berlin is a city of cultural superlatives: three opera houses, two concert halls and eight symphony orchestras - more than in any other city in the world.
  3. Berlin is a fascinating city year-round, although most visitors arrive between May and September when the weather is the most reliable.
  4. Berlin is a good city to explore on foot.
  5. Berlin is also the home of Humboldt University (founded in 1810) and a large teaching hospital, the Charite.

Kaiserslautern

  1. Kaiserslautern is a city in southwest Germany, located in the Bundesland of Rheinland-Pfalz at the edge of the Palatine Forest (Pf--lzer Wald).
  2. Americans stationed in Kaiserslauten call it "K-Town" owing to the length of the word "Kaiserslautern".
  3. Kaiserslautern is a city in the midst of the Palatinate Forest and offers all the advantages of a stay in the nature.
  4. Kaiserslautern is a city with a history of more than 800 years.
  5. Kaiserslautern is a lively student city, the football citadel of the southwest and the cultural center of the Palatinate.

Bremen

  1. Bremen is a Hanseatic city in northwestern Germany.
  2. Bremen is a 1200 years old Hanseatic city with many attractions, museums and shopping centres.
  3. Bremen is a North German city of 500,000 inhabitants; the experiment is taking place in a quarter called Hollerland, 7 km away from the city centre.
  4. Bremen is a celebrating city – and there is always something going on.
  5. Bremen is a celebrating city – and there is always something going on.

Bremerhaven

  1. Bremerhaven is a city in the federal state of Bremen, Germany.
  2. Bremerhaven is a city in Germany at latitude 53.540 , longitude 8.5765 .
  3. Bremerhaven is a city in the north of Germany , belonging to the state of Bremen .
  4. Bremerhaven is a lively city with sightseeing, shopping, and many bars and restaurants to choose from.
  5. Bremerhaven is a populated place in Bremen, which is a region of Germany.

Chemnitz

  1. Chemnitz is a city in Germany .
  2. Chemnitz is a city in Saxony, Germany.
  3. Chemnitz is a city of Saxony, acting as the important hub of science and commerce in Europe---s own heart.
  4. Chemnitz is a modern and bustling city in the heart of Saxony.
  5. Chemnitz is one of the most important East German cities in economy, culture and science.

Darmstadt

  1. Darmstadt is a city in the Bundesland (federal state) of Hesse in Germany.
  2. Darmstadt is a centre for the pharmaceutical and chemical industry, with Merck and R--hm having their main plants and centres here.
  3. Darmstadt is a city in the federal state of Hesse in Germany.
  4. Darmstadt is a highly diversified industrial centre.
  5. Darmstadt is also a centre for the pharmaceutical and chemical industry, with Merck and Röhm having their main plants and centres here.

Erfurt

  1. Erfurt is one of the oldest cities of Germany.
  2. Erfurt is a beautiful place, well worth a visit whether it be a destination unto itself or as a stopover on the way to Leipzig or Dresden.
  3. Erfurt is a city of bridges.
  4. Erfurt is a small city with one air mass confined by a mountain ridge on three sides and high rises on the fourth side.
  5. Erfurt is an important population centre in the fictional United States of Europe in the alternate history book series based on the novel 1632.

Freiburg

  1. Freiburg is a city in Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany, on the western edge of the southern Black Forest.
  2. Freiburg is a beautiful and charming town.
  3. Freiburg is a famous center of academics and research.
  4. Freiburg is a relatively compact city, not large on an area scale but even still, it is quite densely populated through many small districts.
  5. Freiburg is a town in Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany, in the Breisgau region, on the southwestern edge of the Black Forest with about 200,000 inhabitants.

Hamburg

  1. Hamburg is a city-state; it values its status as a "free city", being as far as possible independent of other states that existed and exist in Germany.
  2. Hamburg is a city and a federal state at one and the same time.
  3. Hamburg is a city located in Ashley County, Arkansas.
  4. Hamburg is a city located in southwest Carver County, Minnesota.
  5. Hamburg is a city of merchants.

Heidelberg

  1. Heidelberg is a 1.5 hour car ride to the north, using the A5. Lake Constance is reachable in two hours via the B31.
  2. Heidelberg is a city in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
  3. Heidelberg is a city in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
  4. Heidelberg is a city in Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany.
  5. Heidelberg is a great weekend break anytime of year.

Heilbronn

  1. Heilbronn is a city in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany, near Stuttgart.
  2. Heilbronn is a city in northern Baden-W-rttemberg, Germany, near Stuttgart.
  3. Heilbronn is a district ( Kreis) in the north of Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany.
  4. Heilbronn is a former imperial city, surrounded by vineyards and situated on the Castle Road.
  5. Heilbronn is a major commercial and cultural center.

Hildesheim

  1. Hildesheim is a city in northwestern Germany, in Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), at the base of the Harz Mountains, near Hannover.
  2. Hildesheim is a beautiful traditional looking old town.
  3. Hildesheim is a city in Germany at latitude 52.152 , longitude 9.951 .
  4. Hildesheim is a city in the German state of Lower Saxony .
  5. Hildesheim is a city near Hanover, Germany.

Ingolstadt

  1. Ingolstadt is a city in Germany .
  2. Ingolstadt is a city in the Federal State of Bavaria, Germany.
  3. Ingolstadt is a city in the German state of Bavaria near Munich .
  4. Ingolstadt is one of the many settings in Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein.
  5. Ingolstadt is part of the larger Munich Metropolitan Area with a population of more than 6 million.

Jena

  1. Jena is a city in the German state of Thuringia (Th--ringen).
  2. Jena is a Java framework for building Semantic Web applications.
  3. Jena is a feature-rich Java RDF and Semantic Web framework.
  4. Jena is a town in central Germany on the River Saale, about 23 KM east of Weimar.
  5. Jena is a town in central Germany on the River Saale.

Kassel

  1. Kassel is a city in the geographical middle of Germany.
  2. Kassel is a Kreis in the north of Hesse , Germany .
  3. Kassel is a city in Germany , in the state of Hesse .
  4. Kassel is a city of cultural wealth and variety.
  5. Kassel is a green place.

Kiel

  1. Kiel is a center for German shipbuilders and the eastern terminus of the Kiel Canal.
  2. Kiel is a city full of life and charm, which comes from its scenic location on the water and the hubbub of its harbor.
  3. Kiel is a city in northern Germany and the capital of the Bundesland Schleswig-Holstein, with a population of 233,795 (113,274 males, 120,521 females).
  4. Kiel is a city in northern Germany and the capital of the Bundesland Schleswig-Holstein.
  5. Kiel is a city in the U.S. state of Wisconsin .

Leipzig

  1. Leipzig is a great city just to walk around; be sure to at least drive by (and gawk at) the main train station, which is the largest terminal in Europe.
  2. Leipzig is a transportation hub in Saxony.
  3. Leipzig is also a city of music.
  4. Leipzig is the largest city in Saxony, Germany, located 164km (102 miles) southwest of Berlin and 126km (78 miles) northeast of Erfurt.
  5. Leipzig was also the German candidate for the 2012 Summer Olympics, but didn't make it into the final list of bidders.

Memmingen

  1. Memmingen is a town in the Bavarian administrative region Swabia in Germany.
  2. Memmingen was connected to Bohemia, Austria and Munich by the salt road to Lindau.
  3. Memmingen was connected to Bohemia, Austria and Munich trough the salt road to Lindau.

Mainz

  1. Mainz is a city in Germany and the capital of the German federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
  2. Linguistic analysis of the many forms of the name "Mainz" have taken on, make it clear that it is a simplification of Moguntiacum.
  3. Mainz is a city with over two thousand years of history.
  4. Mainz is a funny sort of place that is out of the way, but at the same time, it has it's own identity and character that makes it uniquely German.
  5. Mainz is a historic cathedral city situated on the banks of the Rhine roughly 40 kilometres west of Frankfurt.

Stuttgart

  1. Stuttgart was chartered in the 13th cent.
  2. Stuttgart is also one of Germany's premiere wine-growing regions, and its many mineral spas are a draw for relaxation seekers.
  3. Stuttgart is a city of history, tradition, full of energy, and pleasant.
  4. Stuttgart is an interesting blend of old and new.
  5. Stuttgart is the capital of the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg.

Trier

  1. Trier is a 2,000-year-old Roman city near Luxembourg.
  2. Trier is a 2000-year-old Roman city ,the oldest city in Germany and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  3. Trier is a historic city in west central Germany, just six miles from the Luxembourg border and 120 miles SW of Frankfurt.
  4. Trier is also the birthplace of the influential philosopher and revolutionary Karl Marx.
  5. Trier is an industrial city and the main center of the Moselle wine region.

Ulm

  1. Memmingen is located at the western border of Bavaria at the river Iller, 50 km south of Ulm, and 30 km north of Kempten.
  2. Book your Ulm hotel room today with Expedia.co.uk.
  3. Censorship and other pressures forced it to move successively to Stuttgart, Ulm, Augsburg, and Munich.

Wiesbaden

  1. Wiesbaden is a city in central Germany.
  2. Wiesbaden is the capital of the state of Hesse.

Paderborn

  1. Paderborn is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia Germany, capital of the Paderborn district.
  2. Paderborn is a city of water and the townscape is dominated by this cooling element.
  3. Paderborn is a focal point in Germany for American sports.
  4. Paderborn is a metropolis a little bigger than Dunedin.
  5. Paderborn is a very safe city, and you don't get overwhelmed, which is great after traveling to strange and exotic destinations.

Pforzheim

  1. Pforzheim is a city in Baden, southwestern Germany.
  2. Pforzheim is a city of 115,000 inhabitants in south-west Germany at the gate to the Black Forest and reknown for its jewelry-, gold- and clockwork industry.
  3. Pforzheim is a city of 115,000 inhabitants in the state of Baden-W-rttemberg, south-west Germany at the gate to the Black Forest.
  4. Pforzheim is a town of 115,000 inhabitants.
  5. Pforzheim is a town of 119,000 inhabitants in the state of Baden-W--rttemberg, south-west Germany at the gate to the Black Forest.

Neuss

  1. Neuss is a pulsating city with a rich history dating back over 2,000 years.
  2. Neuss was first documented as a in the year 1138 AD.
  3. Neuss was first documented as a town in 1138.
  4. Neuss was first documented as a town in the year 1138 AD.
  5. Neuss was first documented as a town in the year 1138.

Nuremberg

  1. Nuremberg is a vibrant city with a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
  2. Nuremberg is also a traditional venue for cycle racing, ice hockey and motor racing in Germany.
  3. Nuremberg is also known as the Home of Albrecht Dürer -- Germany's Renaissance man.
  4. Nuremberg is an important port on the Main-Danube Canal.
  5. Nuremberg is the site of the German National Museum (founded 1852), a part of the Univ.

Mannheim

  1. Mannheim is a city at the junction of the Rhein and Neckar rivers, the scenery is absolutely beautiful.
  2. Mannheim is a city in Baden-W?ttemberg, Germany.
  3. Mannheim is a city in Baden-W-rttemberg, Germany.
  4. Mannheim is a city in Germany.
  5. Mannheim is a city in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany.

Archbishop

  1. An archbishop is usually also the Metropolitan of an ecclesiastical province, but there are exceptions to this rule.
  2. The Archbishop was also, traditionally, one of the Imperial Electors and the Archchancellor of Germany.

Area

  1. Area is a physical quantity expressing the size of a part of a surface.
  2. The area was called Zuarin, and the name Schwerin is derived from that designation.
  3. The area was called Zuarin, and the name Schwerin is obviously derived from that designation.
  4. The area was primarily agricultural until the early 1950s, when Cold War realities set in.
  5. The area were now Gouda lies, was still covered with swamps and wet land around the year 1000.

Arms

  1. The arms were for the first time officially described in 1885 in the present colours and shape.
  2. The arms were granted to the young city in 1718.
  3. The arms were officially adopted in 1898, nevertheless were the arms with the combination of Baden and the raste still used until the 1930s.
  4. The arms were officially granted in 1939, but in 1956 the arms were changed (the claws and bill of the eagle became black instead of red).

Article

  1. The article is a complete mess and has had an Arbitration case over it.
  2. The article is a highly stripped-down version of the actual press release.
  3. The article is a lot better now.
  4. The article was also reprinted over the weekend in The Australian with additional material by Nick Leys, in its Inquirer section for July 22-23, 2006.
  5. The article was discussed in the New York Times by Stacy Schiff, who interviewed the great man (i.e.

Augsburg

  1. Augsburg is a beautiful Bavarian university town, just an hour from Munich by coach or train.
  2. Augsburg is a city in Bavaria, Germany.
  3. Augsburg is a city in south central Germany .
  4. Augsburg is a city in south-central Germany , 50 miles north west from Munich .
  5. Augsburg is a city in south-central Germany, 50 miles north-west of Munich.

Austria

  1. Austria is the world's leading producer of natural magnesite, a magnesium carbonate used extensively in the chemical industry.
  2. Austria was the leading German state of that time.

Bamberg

  1. BAMBERG is a town in Bavaria, Germany, it is set in the rolling Franconian hills where the Regnitz River flows into the Main.
  2. Bamberg - a treasure chest of architecture and living piece of history.
  3. Bamberg is a city in Bavaria, Germany.
  4. Bamberg is a city in south central Germany, in Bavaria, on the Regnitz River.
  5. Bamberg is a city with an original character and a very special atmosphere.

Bavarians

  1. Bavarians are also known as some of the world's most beer-loving people with an average annual consumption of 170 litres per person.
  2. Bavarians are the proudest of all Germans.
  3. Bavarians are very proud of their marked dialect s, and most of them speak with their Bavarian, Franconian or Swabian accent.
  4. Bavarians are very proud of their marked dialects and most of them speak with their Bavarian, Franconian or Swabian accent.
  5. The Bavarians were under the political influence of the Franks, whereas the Slavs had Avar rulers.

Bergisch Gladbach

  1. Bergisch Gladbach is a city in in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, located east of Cologne.
  2. Bergisch Gladbach is a city in the Bergisches Land in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, located east of Cologne.
  3. Bergisch Gladbach is the seat of administration of the Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis.

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