The Cathedral of Cologne
The Cologne Cathedral is located next to the train station in Cologne, and it is considered one of the beautiful artistic masterpieces in Germany, as it is one of the important architectural monuments in the country, and it is worth noting that this cathedral is considered the third longest cathedral in the world, bearing in mind that Its construction, which took more than 600 years, was completed in 1880 AD, and it is the only building that remained standing after the Second World War in the city of Cologne, and is now considered a tourist destination for visitors from all over the world.
Neuschwanstein Castle (English: Neuschwanstein Castle), which was founded in 1869 AD, is located in Bavaria, specifically in the Alps, where King Ludwig II designed it, except that the implementation of the design was carried out by a theater designer, and the castle is considered one of the most prominent landmarks in Germany, as it includes an artificial cave Decorated, decorated, and a gigantic chandelier in the shape of a crown.
Trier dates back to the first century B.C., and thus is considered the oldest city in Germany, where the city is located opposite the borders of Luxembourg, about 180 km from Cologne, and Trier includes a group of historical monuments, ancient Roman archeology, which from The most important are: the Roman Court, and the bridge of the second century.
The city of Berlin
Berlin is the capital of Germany, and it is one of the most visited places in it, as it is visited by tourists from all over the world, knowing that the city is distinguished by its culture and history, and it contains a large group of tourist and historical monuments, in addition to the museums that number the number More than 138 museums, about 400 art galleries, as well as gardens, which constitute very large areas of the city’s total area.
Museum Island (in English: Museum Island) is located in the city of Berlin, and it is considered one of the most important monuments in it, as the island includes about five huge museums that were started in 1830 AD and continued until 1930 AD, and among these museums: Pergamon Museum Pergamonmuseum), which is characterized by its architecture, and the Neues Museum, which contains Egyptian artifacts, such as: the statue of Queen Nefertiti.