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Europe

Borussia Dortmund – one of the top flight clubs in Germany

In my opinion, the German city of Dortmund doesn’t really have anything in significance to go visit other than maybe the German Football Museum. Again, World War II really put a dent on the city landscape destroying a lot of buildings that so many famous/old architectural sights were blasted to smithereens and never re-built which … Continue reading »

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Cologne – FC Köln and Bayer Leverkusen

Cologne (or the German spelling being: Köln) is a great industrial city in Germany that has a lot of history in it with its origins dating back to the Roman Empire days. Again, due to Germany’s involvement in World War II, Cologne got bombed heavily because it used to be one of the main German … Continue reading »

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Antwerp and Brussels, Belgium

Antwerp is an underrated city in my opinion, but if you have only one city to go see then make it Brussels. In actuality, there is a lot to see in both cities but I spent more time in Brussels so I’m more familiar with it than Antwerp. The problem with Antwerp is that the … Continue reading »

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Waterloo, Belgium – where Napoleon lost his empire to the Duke of Wellington

If you’re in Belgium, then it makes sense to try to break out to make it out to Waterloo, the grand battle-site where Napoleon lost to Duke of Wellington. This was during Napoleon’s 100 days when he tried to reclaim the Emperor of France throne but lost to the combined allied forces who had no … Continue reading »

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Bastogne: where the Battle of the Bulge happened!

One of the most famous battle sites of World War II was Bastogne, the crossroads there that had 7 main routes which included the road leading to the northwest to the port of Antwerp and another road going into Luxembourg. The United States had joined the fight over in Europe and were making great strides … Continue reading »

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