The HVB Tower in München (Munich), Bayern, Sou…

The HVB Tower in München (Munich), Bayern, Southern Germany, is an administrative building of the HypoVereinsbank with offices, conference areas, trading floors, computer center, and canteen for about 3,000 workplaces. Construction of the entire complex began in 1975. By 1978, new offices were occupied in the lower buildings. The skyscraper was completed and officially opened in 1981.

Das Schloss Burg, located in Burg an der Wuppe…

Das Schloss Burg, located in Burg an der Wupper (Solingen), is the largest reconstructed castle in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Northwestern Germany. It’s a popular tourist attraction. Sometime after 1133, Count Adolf III of Berg built it on a mountain overlooking the river Wupper. It’s been partially destroyed and rebuilt severel times throughout the centuries. In 1920, a large fire destroyed much of it. Subsequently, visitors had to pay entry fees, which were used to restore and rebuild once again. It now contains the Museum of the Bergische Land and a castle church popular for weddings. The castle also is home to the Memorial for Deportation and the Memorial of the German Eastern Provinces with church bells from Königsberg and Breslau. The surroundings offer hiking trails to the forests and down to the village at the foot of the mountain. There you can buy the Burger Brezel, a local specialty. A chairlift (Seilbahn) also connects the village and the castle.

Das Schloss Hohenschwangau is a 19th-century p…

Das Schloss Hohenschwangau is a 19th-century palace. It was the childhood residence of King Ludwig II of Bavaria and was built by his father, Maximilian II. It is located in Hohenschwangau near Füssen, which is part of the county of Ostallgäu in Bayern (Bavaria): Southern Germany, near the border with Austria.

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