Tree-LiThe Hannover Grand Garden is one of the most famous European Baroque gardens. The Duke of Calenberg started to build this garden as early as 1638. Over the past three centuries, the owners of the garden have changed their dynasties, and the garden has been rebuilt and expanded to a large extent.
杰杰陶TAOHannover’s city hall is really spectacular. The German architecture is really good. The coastline here is also beautiful. European and American buildings are really designed. The Town Hall here looks like Prague Square in the Czech Republic.
小鱼儿2015A beautiful lake landscape in Hanover. The lake is also very clean. It is a large natural landscape. The environment on the lake is also quite good. The structure of this lake is also more interesting.
轻轻的一个蚊The most noteworthy thing in the city hall is the elevator to the top observation deck. If you spend a few euros, you can take a small elevator that can only carry 4 people and climb to the dome of nearly 100 meters. This small elevator is the only elevator in Europe that is tilted upwards. During the climb, the elevator is inclined upwards along the vault at an angle of 17 degrees. When we stand in the elevator, we will feel that the elevator floor is level as we tilt upwards. , It is really the first time to have such a novel experience.
Climbing up on the roof and looking up at the city of Hanover, of course, I am in a good mood. It is not an exaggeration to say that it is "a metropolis covered in green".
天鹅湖的青蛙Leibniz, November 14, 1716. The father of calculus, famous scientists, writers, and even social activists finished the last journey in the streets of this ancient city. He should be the person most yearning for Chinese culture in modern history in Europe. I specifically asked the French Church of Jesus to learn about Chinese culture. The team is very interested in Yin and Yang gossip. By the way, there is also a library he built here. It can be regarded as the origin of modern libraries.
Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg Museum & BesucherbergwerkGoslar,Germany
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VW - TowerRegion Hannover,Germany
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St. John's ChurchGottingen,Germany
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Hanover is the capital and largest city of the German state of Lower Saxony. Its 535,061 (2017) inhabitants make it the 13th-largest city in Germany as well as the third-largest city in Northern Germany after Hamburg and Bremen. Hanover's urban area comprises the towns of Garbsen, Langenhagen and Laatzen and has a population of about 791,000 (2018). The Hanover Region has approximately 1.16 million inhabitants (2019).
The city lies at the confluence of the River Leine (progression: Aller→ Weser→ North Sea) and its tributary Ihme, in the south of the North German Plain, and is the largest city in the Hannover–Braunschweig–Göttingen–Wolfsburg Metropolitan Region. It is the fifth-largest city in the Low German dialect area after Hamburg, Dortmund, Essen and Bremen.
Lüneburg is a town in northern Germany. In the medieval old town, red Brick Gothic–style buildings frame Am Sande square. Housed in the former Lüneburg Saltworks, the German Salt Museum details the history and importance of salt mining, the source of the city’s medieval wealth. Many buildings in the historic quarter lean due to centuries of mining. Lüneburg Kalkberg, a limestone hill, sits in a nearby nature reserve. The first signs of human presence in the area of Lüneburg date back to the time of Neanderthal Man: 56 axes, estimated at 150,000 years old, were uncovered during the construction in the 1990s of the autobahn between Ochtmissen and Bardowick. The site of the discovery at Ochtmissen was probably a Neanderthal hunting location where huntsmen skinned and cut up the animals they had caught.
The area was almost certainly not continuously inhabited at that time, however, due to the various glaciations that lasted for millennia. The first indication of a permanent, settled farming culture in the area was found not far from the site of the Neanderthal discovery in the river Ilmenau between Lüne and Bardowick. This was an axe that is described as a Schuhleistenkeil or "shoe last wedge" due to its shape. It dates to the 6th century BC and is now in the collection of the Lüneburg Museum.
Since the Bronze Age, the Lüneburg hill known as the Zeltberg has concealed a whole range of prehistoric and early historic graves, which were laid out by people living in the area of the present-day town of Lüneburg. One of the oldest finds from this site is a so-called Unetice flanged axe (Aunjetitzer Randleistenbeil) which dates to 1900 BC.
The land within the town itself has also yielded a number of ice age urns that were already being reported in the 18th century. These discoveries are, however, like those from the Lüneburger Kalkberg — they went into the private collections of several 18th century scholars.
The steam train slowly approches among the forest, it was like living in a beautiful painting.
East Frisia is a rural are of Germany that doesn't get visited as often by tourist. It has such pretty houses and charming views as well as friendly people that it should be visited more, but that might spoil it's charm. #merrychristmas
For me one of my favorite places in Germany „Ostfriesland“ also known as is East Frisia is coastal region in the northwest of the Germany. Interestingly local lore says the area was once Seattle's by raindeer herders. It is a rural and very peaceful area of the country. #merrychristmas
The Old Town has now become a historical reserve, with many famous old pubs and restaurants in Hanover. When the weather is fine, everyone will come here to have a drink. I asked Halsen to like to drink? He smiled and said: German men have three things that can't be less, football, beer and sausage, thirsty, let's drink.
Although I am thirsty, I prefer German milk because it is cheaper than water, but I am also obsessed with Halsen's enthusiasm. Well, I understand that Germans drink alcohol without saying a word.
After drinking the wine, I was a little overwhelmed, and I followed Halsen to the center of the old city. He said that there is a market church worth seeing. Well, you go ahead, I slow down, What do the Germans do to brew the height of the beer?
swaying to the front, almost every German city has a market church. Before the 19th century, it was a busy place. All the vendors and craftsmen gathered in the square in front of the church to sell their agricultural and sideline products. Therefore, it has become the center of a city, and the church is also crowded. Next to the
market church is the old town hall, typical of the northern German Gothic style, which is now used as a rental venue for events.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
For Hanover, I only know that this is the hometown of the mathematician Gauss, and the rest, there is no concept. Fortunately, with friends, there is no concern. The first place that Halsen brought me is Hanovers new town hall. This is a century-old building that was built in 1913, but it is very beautiful. Bright colors, I believe that many people can't wait to see it at the first sight of the lake.
Unlike China's Tuen Mun Gate, most of Germany's city halls are open to tourists. They can even take a 3 Euro elevator to the top of the tower, overlooking Hanover.
When you climbed the top of the tower, you will suddenly see it. This is a small town surrounded by green trees and lakes. It just grows like I like it. It is exquisite, delicate, and with a literary fan. I even admire it a bit. The life of Halsen comes.
Later in the evening, Halsen drove me once again. The night city hall had a feeling of a fairy tale castle, which really murdered the girl's heart.