Niedersachsen, aka Lower Saxony, has a surprisingly stacked royal story, and one which overlaps heavily with ours.
Moin Moin! Northern Germans have great affection for their regiolect, Platt Deutsch, which actually shares a surprising number of words with English.
A beautifully-preserved, enthusiast-run, steam-hauled railway network which serves historic towns and villages in a spectacular landscape.
Britain got 200 years’ worth of Kings from Hanover, and Hanover reciprocated with lovely English gardens, but we showed the city little respect during the Second World War.
It isn’t half as famous as the Panama or the Suez, but Germany’s Kiel Canal is the most heavily used artificial seaway in the world.
The Prussians were the economic and political force behind the establishment of modern Germany, but where are they now?
Lots of style for little outlay. The Motel One budget hotel group offers value for money and contemporary design all over the country.
Skiing in Germany
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