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As in previous years, 2015 saw travellers from over 40 countries vote for their favourite attractions in Germany. The votes have now been counted and the Top 100 has been confirmed: Europa-Park is number one for 2015.

In second and third place respectively are the ever-popular Neuschwanstein Castle and Cologne Cathedral. In the positions below them and returning from last year are Heidelberg Castle and old quarter, Brandenburg Gate, the old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Lake Constance with Mainau Island and the Monastic Island of Reichenau (UNESCO World Heritage), and the Berlin Wall. New in the top ten are Mount Zugspitze and the Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and the Romantic Road.

There are also lots of new attractions that didn't feature at all in last year's chart. Isn't it time you discovered Germany's top 100?

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The Speicherstadt warehouse district of Hamburg has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. As announced at the UNESCO Committee session held in Bonn on 5 July 2015, the Speicherstadt and the neighbouring Kontorhaus district are being recognised as unique and enduring symbols of trade. Speicherstadt is the world's largest complex of uniformly designed warehouses, and this fantastic example of maritime industrial architecture is best viewed on a port boat trip. The nearby HafenCity and Elbe Philharmonic Hall are also well worth a visit.

The accreditation of the 'Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District with Chilehaus' takes the total number of UNESCO World Heritage sites in Germany up to 40. You can discover Germany's world heritage on eight different UNESCO routes or check out #welterbegermany on Instagram for a virtual tour of the sites.

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