Landmarks of Germany

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Germany occupies an important rank in global tourism, with the number of tourists who annually reach more than 20 million tourists, and more than half of its population prefers to spend their holidays visiting German landmarks distributed in a large number of its cities and other tourist facilities.

The most important landmarks of Germany

Würzburg residence

There is in the city of Würzburg in Germany, which is a huge palace designed by a large group of engineers specialized in various fields of European architecture. Construction of the palace began in 1720 AD at the request of Prince Bishop Johann Philip Schönbrunn and was completed in 1744 AD. The palace contains a distinguished collection of frescoes designed on the walls by the Italian painter Gambattista Tiepolo and his son, and one of its most important facilities is the grand staircase, the large salon and the place designated for prayer.

German Museum

There is in the city of Munich and is considered the most important museum of science and technology in the country, the idea of ​​its establishment appeared at the hands of the Federation of German Engineers in 1903 AD, and it took about three years to build until it opened in 1906, and the museum extends over a large area estimated at 50 thousand square meters, and includes a number A large number of engineering models of all sizes, such as steamers, corn generators, air mills, giant engines, and some types of aircraft.

Kings Gardens of Hanover

It is located in the city of Hanover in the northern parts of Germany, these gardens derive their importance from its ancient history that dates back to 1938 AD when Prince Herzog Kahlenberg ordered the construction of a private garden for the kitchen room with a number of facilities assigned to him, then this garden began to expand over time to include Currently on the Big Garden, Garten Park, Mountain Park and Levine Garden.

Victory Column

There is in the capital Berlin and is the most important landmark in it and one of the most important tourist areas in the city, he took the design of the victory column designed Heinrich Struck in 1864 AD, with the aim of preserving the memory of the Prussian victory in the Danish Prussian wars.

Mannheim Palace

The palace is located in the German city of Mannheim, and its construction took three phases that spanned over 40 years from 1720 to 1760 AD, and the palace was the main center of both the princes Karl Philip and Karl Tudor. Clearly in both the eastern wing of the palace, the middle building and the western wing, the palace also contains a luxurious chapel and a three-storey library.


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