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Mainz is the capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate state in Germany, located on the west bank of the River Rhine. It is a home to a little more than two hundred thousand residents and is particularly famous for the invention of the movable-type printing press by Gutenberg. Like a lot of other similarly sized German …
Trier lies in the Rhineland-Palatinate state in the southwest Germany, near the border with Luxembourg; it's believed to be the oldest city in the country. The closest international airport is in Luxembourg, about fifty kilometres away, but the nearest in Germany is the Frankfurt Airport, which has a good train …
Koblenz is a relatively small German city, but with over one hundred thousand residents it's still the third-largest in Rhineland-Palatinate state. Situated on the banks of the Rhine River, the city of Koblenz was one of the military posts established by the famous Roman commander Nero Claudius Drusus. Therefore it has …
Bacharach, Germany, is part of the romantic Rhine region; the town is a fairy-tale delight with flowers in the window boxes, cobblestones on the streets, and traditional half-timbered buildings, some charmingly lopsided with age. As you stroll the historic center, look for buildings proudly displaying the year they …