The famous German water town "Little Venice", the twisty corners, the narrow and deep streets are all Bamberg
The ancient city of Bamberg is in Bavaria. In 1007, Henry II founded the Diocese of Bamberg and built many luxurious religious buildings in Bamberg. At that time Bamberg was called "the most outstanding city in the world". In 1993, UNESCO listed the remains of the European medieval city of Bamberg in the "World Heritage List." Bamberg became the center of the European Enlightenment in the late 18th century, where Hegel, the great philosopher of South Germany, and Hoffmann, the romantic writer, lived here. The ancient city has the Regnitz River passing through it, and there are many beautiful fishing villages along the bank, which makes Bamberg also known as the "Little Venice". The beautiful old city hall was also built by the river.