German city: Hannover

The capital of Lower Saxony is the ancient Hannover ("High shore city"), first mentioned in the chronicles of 1150 g. – City of international exhibitions, parks and original architecture. Hannover has undergone terrible destruction during World War II, but quickly restored its former greatness.

The most interesting sights of the city are the magnificent baroque garden in Herrenhausen (1666-1714.) whose majestic castle was destroyed by bombardments, but the greenhouse and the gallery were preserved, as well as Column Waterloo (46 m height, 1832 g.), artificial lake Mash, Central station Hauptbanhof, Opera theatre, Beautiful main square city – Krepka, which is located famous "Rose of Wind", Indicating the distance from Hannover to the main cities of the world, the tower Beginen (1357 g.).

Also good for visiting a beautiful gothic church Marcrhe (XIV B.), lock Laienod, Ruins of church Aegidenkirche and New Town Hall (1901-1913.). In urban museums gathered great collections of works of art – Shpregel Museum famous for the collection of works 1900-1930., Kestenermusum (1889 G.) – assembly of ancient art and craft products, and Museum of Lower Saxony – A very rich assessment of historical rarities, naturally historical collection and the richest department of painting and sculpture.

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Reviews and studies of trips

Amazing – near

Despite the fact that all numerous palaces, castles and parks in my amateur head are mixed in a solid porridge, I think that the trip still succeeded. Read more →

Cities in Germany Hannover

Vladimir Antonov | May 2018

Germany, short acquaintance

Germany is a very comfortable, beautiful and inexpensive country. The latter is especially true if you compare it with the rest visited this time by European neighbors. Read more →

Tutanh | February 2017

In Hannover Beer. And eat at the same time

Hannover is the capital of the federal land Lower Saxony. Like everywhere in this country, there too love beer. The first urban beer was cooked here at the beginning of the XVI century. Read more →

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