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Reichstag Dome in Berlin Germany

Reichstag Dome in Berlin – Uniting History and Modern Technology

The Reichstag Dome in Berlin is a symbol of the unifying force of what used to be the East and West Berlin. The glass dome is above the Reichstag Building that houses the German Parliament. If you are standing in front of the building, you might think it’s just another dome in Europe. But, hey, it’s […]

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Holocaust Memorial in Berlin Tourist Attraction

Visiting the “Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe”

The “Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe” is a must-see attraction in Berlin. That’s a long name, but you all can call it the “Holocaust Memorial.” It is there to remind us of the atrocities that happened during the Holocaust. Based on its lengthy name, you wouldn’t really know about when the murder was […]

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Brandenburg Tor - Your Gate to Berlin

At Brandenburg Tor in Berlin, History Happened

The Brandenburg Tor is the first tourist attraction I visited on my first day in Berlin. It’s an imposing neoclassical gate that appears conspicuously in almost every postcard in the city. Throughout its existence, the Brandenburg Gate bears witness to a tumultuous history of the city and country. And at the same time, it’s an […]

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Things to do in Cologne Travel Blog

This Roman-German Museum Proves That Cologne Was Once a Roman City

There is no doubt that the Roman-German Museum in Cologne proves that the wonderful city was once under Roman rule.  The modern museum itself stands on the land where the original marvelous mosaic of Dionysius was found.  Thus, the Römisch-Germanisches Museum is, in itself, an archaeological site. Dionysius’s mosaic is, perhaps, the museum’s most-prized artifact […]

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Man standing on KolnSky Observation deck

Cologne Skyline from KolnSky Tower on a Cloudy Day

A high school classmate of mine brought me KolnSky to see the unforgettable Cologne skyline from its viewing deck. We crossed the famed Hohenzollern bridge behind Cologne Cathedral before reaching the KolnSky building. On that day, the sun was playing hide and seek, and then decided not to come out all throughout our visit. Instead, […]

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Heart PadLocks Koln (Germany). Travel Blog

Leave Your Hearts at Love Locks Bridge in Cologne

Leave your hearts at love locks bridge in Cologne. But, let me be clear first – the bridge is not called Love Locks. I’m referring to Hohenzollern Bridge that crosses through the Rhine River. The railings of the bridge are known to be fully adorned with love locks from the locals, but mostly from the […]

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Window of the Adoration of the Magi

The Colorful Stained Glass Windows Inside Cologne Cathedral

The stained glass windows inside Cologne Cathedral is a kaleidoscope of colors that visitors should not miss. Yes, I know, every cathedral in Europe has a couple of stained glass windows, and that’s why you should take notice of them. They might look the same to you but if you take a closer look, you’ll […]

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The Gothic facade of Kölner Dom is massive (Germany).

Inside Cologne Cathedral

Now, that you’ve seen the 360-degree views of the facade, it is now time for you to see what’s inside Cologne Cathedral. In my previous post, I revealed that the main reason why this Koln Cathedral is popular is because of the remains of the Three Wise Men or The Three Magi. If you are […]

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Rainbow wig in Koln/Cologne Germany

The Facade of Cologne Cathedral

I am going to show you the 360 views of the facade of Cologne Cathedral in Germany – before I’ll take you inside. This imposing Gothic Cathedral is Cologne’s most famous landmark and the pride of its people – regardless of their religious affiliation. And true enough, from a glance outside, the cathedral is nothing […]

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Eckensee Lake (Stuttgart, Germany). Travel Blog

My Own Walking Tour in Stuttgart

I decided to have my own walking tour in Stuttgart on my second morning in the city. Yes, I did spend two full days here but on my first day, my friend and her husband whisked me away to Hohenzollern Castle, an hour drive from Stuttgart. We had a short stop at Tubingen for late […]

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