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Dusseldorf, Germany Dusselderreich (DUS) is one of the oldest cities in Germany, dating back to 1450.
DUS was once the capital of the Empire of the Franks, which ruled much of eastern Germany from about 1270 to 1516.
It was a very important trading centre in the middle of the empire, and the city was later occupied by the Austro-Hungarian Empire from about 1816 to 1829.
Dussseldorfer was also the site of the first world war.
Since then, it has been home to several museums and historical sites, including the Wien Palace, where the Kaiser was crowned.
Duchy of Dusselenburg, founded in 1609, is the current ruler of Dussselenburg-Brandenburg, which encompasses parts of Saxony, Baden-Württemberg and Brandenburg.
A new exhibition, ‘Dusselburg’, will open at the museum in October 2019.
Nuremberg, Germany A German city that is often described as a ‘ghost town’ has become an iconic tourist destination in the last decade.
The city of Nuremburg was founded in 1538 and is home to the Nurellenschau Palace, the oldest state palace in the world, and is also the home of the largest Nazi Party rally ever held.
Nuresburg has a population of 1.8 million and is the largest city in the state of Saxon-Holland.
The Nuremberschau is home of an annual Christmas Market, the largest in the country.
It is the only town in the Netherlands that is home.
It has a small airport and a number of museums.
Nürnberg has a thriving art scene and an array of museums, including two of the most famous museums in the region.
Cologne, Germany The capital of Germany, Cologne, is also a city with a rich history.
The German capital has hosted major events, including St. Peter’s Day in 1882, the opening of the Reichstag in 1867 and the First World War.
The capital is known for its beautiful cathedral, Gothic cathedral and Gothic-style Gothic church.
It also boasts a number that are unique to the city.
The St. George Cathedral, one of Cologne’s most celebrated churches, is one example.
The cathedral is situated in the heart of the city, and it’s one of only two such structures in the city to have a distinctive stained glass window.
It dates back to 1340 and was originally built by a Franciscan friar named Joseph of Arc.
It opened in 1869 and has served as a city landmark since its creation.
The Cathedral has also been used as the home to numerous art exhibitions and festivals, as well as to the home for the Wurzburg Festival, a major music festival.
Hamburg, Germany Hamburg has a long history of hosting major events.
It began as a trading post in the 8th century and then became a major centre of industry in the 15th century.
During the 16th century, Hamburg became the world’s first port, and by 1821 it was home to over 100,000 people.
Today, Hamburg is the fifth largest city by area, with an estimated population of 2.6 million.
The City Hall, home to city hall and government buildings, is located in the centre of the square, and its main thoroughfare is the city’s famous Schloss Schönstein, known as ‘The City Square’.
Hamburg also has a rich and vibrant history.
During WW2, the city lost most of its industrial output, but still maintained its commercial centre.
The area has many historical buildings and cultural attractions, including one of Germany’s largest museums, the Schloss, which has an exhibition hall and a series of exhibits dedicated to the history of Germany.
Berlin, Germany In the late 19th century Berlin was a bustling city.
By the 1960s, it was one of Europe’s most modern cities, with its famous train stations, the world famous museums and a thriving arts scene.
Berlin is now home to more than half a million people, which makes it the third most populous city in Germany.
In the last 100 years, Berlin has grown rapidly as a centre for international trade, attracting some of the world-class brands that now dominate Europe.
The main international city is home for a number events, such as the World Expo and the Stuttgart Carnival, which attracts over 1 million visitors a year.
Milan, Italy Milan is Italy’s second largest city and is located on the Mediterranean coast.
It lies on the edge of the Italian peninsula and is known as the ‘City of the Sea’.
The city has an international reputation