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The TOP 100 sights and attractions in Germany

The most popular sights for 2016!

Situated in the heart of Europe, Germany has plenty of fantastic tourist attractions and unique sights to offer. Visitors from all over the world travel to Germany to see architectural treasures and fascinating places of natural beauty. The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) is interested in gathering the most popular attractions and has its international visitors name their German favorites. More than 40.000 travelers to Germany from 66 countries named their personal favorite.

71
UNESCO World Heritage Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen

In its day, shaft XII at the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen was the world's largest and most modern coal-mining facility and a leading example of the development of heavy industry in Europe. Today, with its Bauhaus-influenced design, the mine is a triumph of modern industrial architecture and a centre for art and culture.

72
The Reichstag

The route along Wilhelmstrasse right through the old and new government quarter and embassy district heads towards Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. The ministerial buildings and the Federal Chancellery, in particular, reflect the successful synthesis of the old with the new through prestigious yet modest elegance. From here, your gaze is immediately drawn to the Reichstag, one of the most famous sights in Berlin. Its glass dome by leading British architect Norman Foster has become a hugely popular attraction for visitors from far and wide.

73
Michelstadt townhall

There are plenty of historical town halls in Germany but probably the most beautiful of them all is the one in Michelstadt in the romantically situated Odenwald low mountain range. You’d have to search far and wide to find one as fancy and unique as this.

74
Kiel Week regatta

The Kiel Week regatta, held in the regional capital of Schleswig-Holstein, is the largest sailing event in the world and a festival celebrated by millions. Besides the top sporting action, Kiel Week presents sailing in all its fascinating diversity – from classic yachts and cutter regattas on Kiel's inner firth to the grand parade of tall ships on the second Saturday of the event.

75
Collegiate Church and Old Town of Quedlinburg (UNESCO World Heritage)

Quedlinburg, which enjoys an idyllic location on the Romanesque Route, was an important royal and imperial town in the Middle Ages. With its historical layout and over 1,300 timber-framed houses from a period spanning six centuries, Quedlinburg is a fine example of a beautifully preserved medieval town. It also boasts a wealth of art nouveau architecture.

76
Naturpark Teutoburger Wald

Natural beauty and imposing landmarks, picturesque highlands and cultural and historical highlights – these are what make up the Teutoburg Forest / Egge Hills Nature Park, the largest in North Rhine-Westphalia.

77
Celle old town

Vai tā ir pasaka vai pilsēta? Šāds jautājums neviļus rodas tiem, kuri pastaigājas pa Celli. Apburoša vecpilsēta ar simtiem pildrežģu būvju, ko papildina pils, kas apvieno gan renesanses, gan baroka elementus, turklāt visa šī skaistā ainava atrodas pie nelielās Alleres upītes un Līneburgas virsāja dienvidu pusē - skaistums visur, kur vien raugās.

78
Saar Bow

Situated in Rhineland-Palatinate and the Saarland, this multifaceted nature park covers an area of 2,055 square kilometres where Germany borders France and Luxembourg.

79
Deutsches Museum in Munich

Offering around 73,000 square metres of exhibition space, the Deutsches Museum is one of the world's biggest museums of science and technology.

80
Wieskirche Pilgrimage Church (UNESCO World Heritage)

The Pilgrimage Church of the Scourged Saviour at the foot of the Alps is considered a perfect example of Bavarian rococo architecture. Around one million visitors come here every year from all over the world – to look, marvel, pray, attend services, enjoy the summer concerts and, of course, for quiet contemplation.

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