Berlin, Germany

Berlin is the capital as well as largest city in Germany. The city is also regarded as one of the sixteen federal states (Bundesländer) of Germany. It has a population of 3.4 million within its city limits, making it Germany’s largest city as well as the second most populous city within the eighth most populous […]

Badenweiler, Germany

Badenweiler is a spa town in the district of Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It covers 13.02 sq km (5.03 sq mi) and has a population of 3,900 people (2012 estimate). More on Badenweiler Located on the western edge of the Black Forest, Badenweiler has drawn thousands of visitors annually to its warm mineral springs. Here, […]

Straubing, Germany

Straubing is a city in the administrative region of Lower Bavaria, on the eastern side of the state of Bavaria, Germany. It is probably best known as the venue of Gäubodenvolksfest. Held annually in August, this is the second largest fair in Bavaria after Munich’s Oktoberfest. Straubing covers 68 sq km (26 sq mi) and […]

Augsburg, Germany

Augsburg is a university town in southwestern Bavaria, Germany. It covers an area of 146.93 (56.73 sq mi) in the region of Swabia, and has a population of 265,000 (2011 estimate). Augsburg observes the Central European Time, which is an hour ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+1), and two hours ahead during Daylight Saving Time […]

Magdeburg, Germany

Magdeburg is the capital of the state of Saxony-Anhalt in eastern Germany. Located on the river Elbe, it covers 201 sq km (78 sq mi) and has a population of 231,000 people (2012 estimate), narrowly surpassed by Halle which has 233,000 inhabitants. Magdeburg was founded by Charlemagne in AD 805 and was originally called Magadoburg, […]