The city is relatively old and exudes history. Old-fashioned two-eight bars can be seen everywhere, and everyone is still happy to ride. You can also see people shouting for democracy and freedom on the street. Hannover is the capital of Lower Saxony, Germany. Located at the intersection of the North German Plain and the Sino-German mountains, it is not only at the intersection of Germany's north-south and east-west railway lines, but also close to the Sino-German Canal. It is a water and land convergent transportation hub. Hannover is a city with a highly developed industrial manufacturing industry, and is the center of Germany's automobile, machinery, and electronics industries. In addition, the tertiary industry has accounted for 2/3 of employment. In addition to commerce, finance, and insurance, Hannover is most famous for its convention and exhibition industry and tourism. The headquarters of Europe's largest tourism company, Tui, is located here. CeBIT, the world's largest information technology exhibition, will be held here every year.