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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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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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Hamburg, Germany – the underrated version of Amsterdam and don’t forget the football team, Der Dino – Hamburger SV

If you’ve ever been to Amsterdam, it’s full of tourists which I think some of them are just there for either sex or drugs or both. There is a reason why I never posted anything about Amsterdam – there is not much to post about. It’s just there that it’s pretty easy to travel in/out … Continue reading »

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Lots of see in Berlin, Germany, which also includes the football club: Hertha BSC

Yep, it’s Berlin – capital of Germany. A world class city and the largest city in Germany (and of the German-speaking world) with plenty to do including museums, night life, history, and of course, football! I’m going to state there are a lot of museums but I’m not really a museum guy so I skipped … Continue reading »

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Leipzig, Germany – the composer Johann Sebastian Bach used to live there and so does the football club RB Leipzig

If you’ve heard plenty of classical music, then you will undoubtedly hear Johann Sebastian Bach (or just simply JS Bach for short) and his music. Although he was not born in Leipzig, he actually moved around quite a bit until he settled in Leipzig which was a small German country at the time, Saxony, until … Continue reading »

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