Braunlage is a town in the Harz National Park in South Lower Saxony.
Nordhausen is a 44 000 inhabitant town in Thuringia. It is situated within the greater Harz area.
Torfhaus is a small village in the Harz mountains of central Germany.
Osterwieck is a city in the north of the Harz in Saxony-Anhalt in Germany.
The largest country in Central Europe and most populous EU state is (German]: Deutschland), officially the Federal Republic of Germany (Bundesrepublik Deutschland). It's bordered to the east by the [[Czech Republic and Poland, to the north by Denmark, to the west by Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and France and to the south by Austria and Switzerland.
A town in the northern foothills of the Harz Mountains of central Germany, Halberstadt is known as The Gateway to the Harz Mountains and retains many important historic buildings.
Erfurt is the capital of the German state of Thuringia (Thüringen) and has about 200,000 inhabitants. It was an important trading town during the Middle Ages, and has many beautiful old buildings and parks.
Brunswick (German: Braunschweig) is a city of around 250,500 people, located in the federal-state of Lower Saxony, Germany. It is located north of the Harz mountains at the farthest navigable point of the Oker river, which connects to the North Sea via the rivers Aller and Weser.
Elm Lappwald is in Lower Saxony. The Elm-Lappwald (German: Naturpark Elm-Lappwald) is a nature park in southwest Lower Saxony, east of Brunswick in central Germany.
Thuringia (German: Thüringen) is one of the least known German states amongst foreign travellers but enjoys a good reputation with local holidaymakers. A predominantly mountainous and forested region, Thuringia is also known for a quartet of beautiful ancient cities and the Wartburg Castle - a UNESCO world heritage site and erstwhile refuge of Martin Luther that is regarded by Germans as one of the most important castles in the country.
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Helmstedt is a city in the Brunswick Land in Lower Saxony, Germany.
Kassel (pop ~ 200 000) is the most important city of North Hesse. It is known around the world for the documenta exhibitions of contemporary art every five years.
The Reinhardswald is in North Hesse of Germany mainly in the district of Kassel but also partly in the Weser Uplands.
Lutherstadt Eisleben is in Saxony-Anhalt. It is best known as the birth and death town of the 16th century Protestant reformer Martin Luther.
Saalfeld is a city in the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt area in Thuringia, Germany.
Jena is a city in the central German state of Thuringia (Thüringen). It is a centre of science and technology with a reputable university, several research institutes and high-tech plants, especially focusing on precision mechanics and optical industries.
Fulda is a small city about an hour away from Frankfurt by train in Central Germany. It has a nice small-town feel, and manages to have good tourist resources without feeling touristy.
Magdeburg is the capital city of the Bundesland of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, with a population of 228,800.
Hamelin (German: Hameln) is a town in Lower Saxony, 50 km southwest of Hanover. It is the scene of the Pied Piper story (German: Rattenfänger von Hameln), about the man who expelled rats from the town by playing the pipe, and subsequently abducted the town's children when the citizenry refused to pay him what was initially agreed.
Winsen an der Aller or Winsen (Aller) is a town on the banks of the River Aller in the district of Celle in Lower Saxony. It lies within the Lüneburg Heath.
Coburg is a city in Upper Franconia a region in Bavaria, Germany. Coburg has been the household name for some royal dynasties in Europe, UK, Belgium, Portugal and Bulgaria are the most important.
Naumburg is in Southern Saxony-Anhalt. Germany is going to apply at the UNESCO to add the Naumburg Cathedral and "the medieval dominion on Saale and Unstrut" to the list of cultural heritages.
Hermannsburg is a country town in the district of Celle in Lower Saxony. It lies on the River Örtze in the Lüneburg Heath.
Bergen is a town in the north of Celle district on the Lüneburg Heath in Lower Saxony, Germany. The infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp was located not far from Belsen, one of several farming villages in the borough.
Halle is the largest city in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany with a population of 233,700. Located on the river Saale, it is often referred to as Halle an der Saale, or Halle (Saale) for short, to distinguish it from other municipalities in Germany sharing the same name.
Merseburg is a more than thousand-year-old town in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
Wiedensahl is a village in the Weser Uplands in Germany, with 1031 inhabitants.
Detmold is a city in the Teutoburg Forest region of Western Germany.
Stendal is a town in the north of the German state of Saxony-Anhalt.
Leipzig is the largest city in the German federal state of Saxony, with a population of approximately 570,000. It is the economic center of the region, known as Germany's "Boomtown" and a major cultural center, offering interesting sights, shopping and lively nightlife.
Plauen is the biggest city of the Vogtland in the federal-state of Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen). It is famous for its lace industry.