Mitte is the first district of Hanover. It has 34,040 inhabitants and consists of the quarters Mitte, Calenberger Neustadt, Oststadt and Zoo.
Kröpcke is the central square of the city of Hanover in Germany. The square is situated at the crossroads of Georgstraße, Karmarschstraße,…
The Unicorn Cave is the largest show cave in the West Harz, about 1½ kilometres northwest of Scharzfeld in the borough of Herzberg am Harz…
At first people didn't take these brightly-coloured polyester sculptures well, but now they attract plenty of tourists.
Goslar je mesto ležiace uprostred Nemecka v Dolnom Sasku v pohorí Harz. Je okresným mestom rovnomenného okresu.
Zámok Marienburg je zámok neďaleko mestečka Pattensen v Dolnom Sasku. Stavba sa týči na kopci Marienberg nad riekou Leine.
This well known shopping street is named after the artist Niki de Saint Phalle. Buy something pretty or just go window shopping.
Conferences, fairs, and many more events take place here. Actually, the Cupola Hall at this centre is Germany's largest venue for concerts.
Gehry Tower is a nine-story building constructed by architect Frank Gehry; it is located at the Steintor, Goethestraße 13a, in Hanover,…
The Lower Saxony State Museum is a museum in Hanover, Germany. It is located opposite the New City Hall.
Harz National Park is a nature reserve in the German federal states of Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt.
The Steinhuder Meer or Lake Steinhude is a lake in Lower Saxony, Germany located 30 kilometres northwest of Hanover.
The Göttingen State and University Library is the library for Göttingen University as well as for the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and is…
The Upper Harz Water Regale is a system of dams, reservoirs, ditches and other structures, much of which was built from the 16th to 19th…
This botanical garden, part of the Herrenhausen Gardens, features a new Rainforest-house with tropical plants, birds, and butterflies.
The Deister is a chain of hills in the German state of Lower Saxony, about 15 mi southwest of the city of Hanover.
The palace served as a town hall between 1863 and 1913, now it is a seat of the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
The Eilenriede is a 640-hectare municipal forest of Hannover, Germany.
The place offers delicious Japanese dishes, great wine, and service. Try their "all you can eat" menu, which is very affordable.