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Tagged With: Germany

Bundesliga Game 2 of 3. 3 games in 3 days! VfB Stuttgart vs FC Schalke

In following the first game of three, I went to my second game of three. If you’re going to plan to go around, then it’s best to go to all these football games and partake what the locals do. And every time, every place the local fans are really into it. And the fans in … Continue reading »

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Bundesliga Game 1 of 3. 3 games in 3 days! Borussia Dortmund vs Borussia Monchengladbach

I’m back to Westfalenstadion, or also known for corporate reasons: Signal Iduna Stadium, where the famous Black and Yellow of Borussia Dortmund faithful stand, sing, and cheer for the home team. However, this time around I feel a different buzz, a very different and dynamic essence in the air in the environment of the home … Continue reading »

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Hertha BSC vs RB Leipzig in Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany

This was a clash between two of the better teams in the German football league, Bundesliga, so it’s better to get tickets prior to the game even though Olympiastadion has one of the most seats in a stadium in Europe. I still think that going to this stadium is still more enjoyable than the other … Continue reading »

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Aachen, Germany – where Holy Roman Emperors had their coronation

So there is a hidden gem among the many medium and smaller-sized towns in Germany that don’t have a particularly powerhouse football team nor an amazing must-see-museum of sorts. Instead, this town was more important in the past than the today’s modern day civilized world (or its attempt to be civilized). Started as a Roman … Continue reading »

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Hanover

The German city of Hanover was yet again another target of bombing runs and artillery shelling during World War II that it also suffered extensive damage. Due to its key strategic position of being in a north-south and west-east transportation corridor junction, the Allies had no choice to destroy it in order to prevent the … Continue reading »

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