Saarbrücken

Saarbrucken, Germany

For my Fellow History Nerds Saarbrücken is pronounced saar·bruh·kn, check out this YouTube video to hear it being said. This town is filled with museums, beautiful gardens, and a World Heritage Site. Baroque-style buildings, such as the palace, and the Schlossplatz, show off the beauty of the 18th century. Getting around Saarbrücken Parking Location: Fürstenstraße […]

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Visiting Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Some History First Have you ever wanted to step foot into the feudal past? Well, this town is for you! Thankfully it has survived hundreds of years of war and conflict and is one of the best places in Germany to see a medieval town. It is also known as one of Germany’s most well-preserved […]

Frankfurt

Frankfurt Germany

Some History First Frankfurt is known as the financial capital of Germany and from the highway (autobahn) it looks very modern. However, there are some ancient things to see while visiting. This city also played a significant role in history. It suffered greatly from the bombings during World War II but was lovingly restored in […]

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