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  1. Frankfurt an der Oder

    Frankfurt an der Oder (Abbreviated as: Frankfurt (Oder) or sometimes Frankfurt/Oder) is on the Oder River in Brandenburg, a state of Germany. It lies directly on the border with Poland, and is connected via bridge to its Polish sister city Slubice.



  2. Eisenh├╝ttenstadt
  3. Spreewald

    People near Frankfurt an der Oder


  4. Cottbus

    Cottbus is a city in the southeast of Brandenburg state, in Germany. It is the state's second-largest city and is considered the cultural center of the Sorbs, a Slavic ethnic minority in eastern Germany.

  5. Gorz├│w Wielkopolski


  6. Bad Muskau

    Bad Muskau is a spa town in northeastern Saxony, Germany, on the border with Poland. It is known for its palace and extensive landscape gardens that are a UNESCO World Heritage site.

  7. Szczecin

    Szczecin, (pronounced Shchetsin, German: Stettin, Latin: Stetinum) is a maritime port city and the capital of Zachodniopomorskie in Poland. The city has a population of over 400 000, with almost 800 000 living its metro area, and is one of the seven largest metropoles in the country.

  8. Berlin/East

    The East is a district of Berlin. It consists of the boroughs Lichtenberg, Hohensch├Ânhausen, Marzahn and Hellersdorf.

  9. Berlin/Mitte

    Mitte, literally meaning "the middle" and being a contraction of Stadtmitte (city centre), contains the historical heart of Berlin and represents in many ways the real center of the city. It is here that you will find the vast majority of the most popular sights.



  10. Bautzen

    Bautzen (Sorbian: Budyšin) is an old city in Saxony, Germany. It is a well preserved medieval city and the cultural center of the Sorbian community in Germany.

  11. Berlin

    Berlin is the capital of Germany and one of the 16 states (L├Ąnder) of the Federal Republic of Germany. With a metro area population of 4.

  12. Berlin/South

    The South is a district of Berlin. It consists of the boroughs of Steglitz, Zehlendorf, Tempelhof, Neuk├Âlln, Treptow and K├Âpenick.

  13. Berlin/City West

    City West is the heart of former West Berlin and even after reunification it represents the main retail center of Berlin ÔÇö all the best and most expensive shops are located here. The area also includes some landmarks of great historical and cultural interest, as well as a large number of accommodation and entertainment options.

  14. G├Ârlitz
  15. Ludwigsfelde

    Ludwigsfelde is a small industrial city with around 23,000 inhabitants a few km south of Berlin.



  16. Herrnhut

    Herrnhut is a small town in the Upper Lusatia (Oberlausitz) region of Saxony (Sachsen), in Germany. In the 18th century, Herrnhut gave birth to the Moravian spiritual renewal and missions movement under Count Nicolaus Ludwig Von Zinzendorf (1700-1760).

  17. Oranienburg
  18. Hennigsdorf
  19. Berlin/North

    The North of Berlin consists of the boroughs of Spandau, Reinickendorf, Pankow and the districts Wedding and Gesundbrunnen. The area was urbanized in the 19th century through the industrialization of Berlin.

  20. Moritzburg
  21. Rathen

    Rathen is a spa town in Saxon Switzerland, Germany. It is close to the Bastei, the most famous rock formation and spectacular viewpoint in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains.

  22. Falkensee

    Falkensee is in the rural district of Havelland in Brandenburg state.

  23. Potsdam
  24. Radebeul

    Radebeul is a historic wine-growing town and residential suburb between Dresden and Meissen in Saxony, Germany.

  25. Dresden

    Dresden is the capital of Saxony (Sachsen). It's often referred to locally as Elbflorenz, or "Florence on the Elbe", reflecting its location on the Elbe river and its historical role as a centre for arts and beautiful architecture - much like Florence in Italy.

  26. Mei├čen
  27. Freital

    Freital is a town in the Elbe Valley region of Saxony. One of the major centers of coal-mining, Freital preserves late 19th century buildings and a number of technical landmarks, including the historical narrow-gauge railway Wei├čeritztalbahn.

  28. M├╝hlberg
  29. Riesa
  30. Torgau
  31. Neubrandenburg
  32. Wschowa

    Once a border fortress, the city of Wschowa is now a Polish destination known for its historic heritage. Located in the Lubuskie Voivodship, this place has seen a turbulent history.

  33. Lubin
  34. Wittenberg
  35. Brandenburg an der Havel

    Brandenburg an der Havel is the third-largest town in the German state of Brandenburg.