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REMOVAL TO GERMANY- 5 BIGGEST CITIES

If you have chosen to move to Germany, then you have made the right choice because Germany has got cities that can be reckoned with when it comes to listing top world urban cities. Germany has many cities, but you can choose from among these five biggest cities in Germany. The cities are Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, and Frankfurt.

Berlin
This is the capital of the Germany and also the largest city in Germany. It surpasses other cities in a population with a whopping 3.7 million people. Berlin is the center of Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan region. Like some of the country’s located on the European plain, it has a temperate seasonal climate. While two-thirds of the city is where u have built up areas one-third comprises of forests, parks, and gardens, as well as rivers, canals, and lakes. Berlin is a world city of culture coupled with science, science which gave rise to it renowned universities. If you are a lover of classical music, then you are going to get along well with Berlin’s orchestra. Berlin is also a home for sports activities and entertainment venues. Art is displayed in it great museums, and you can always take part in its many festival activities.

Hamburg
After Berlin comes to Hamburg in the cities list in Germany. It is also the third biggest port in Europe. Hamburg despite unpleasant experiences like the Great Hamburg fire, floods and the war action in the World War II bombing raids, recovered and developed amidst speculations. Hamburg is a major port on the river Elbe. This gives it the status of being a trade, logistics and industrial hub. Apart all these, Hamburg is also known to be an area of science, research, and education with many universities and colleges. Hamburg has contributed immensely to the entertainment with several theatres and some musical shows. St. Pauli’s Reeperbahn in Hamburg is a famous European entertainment district.

Munich
Munich is the capital of Bavaria. This is a relatively quiet city that was built on the shores of the biggest tributary of river Danube, Isar. It is Germany’s third largest city, although its center suffered damages during the war, it was narrowly reconstructed. The city has very beautiful gardens and parks with a considerable number of museum and large architectural works.

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