For over 100 years Bremen has been regarded as a centre of science. From shipbuilding and aircraft construction to space stations and rocket stages, Bremen has cemented its reputation as a home of high-tech industry. People have always been setting off for new horizons from Bremen. The ships of the Hanseatic League linked together the coasts of Europe, and pioneers like Henrich Focke paved the way for modern aviation. Today, Bremen is one of the foremost regions for aerospace in Europe. It was here that Germany's first commercial airport was built and it was here that the European module of the International Space Station was assembled.
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