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The cultural capital of the fusion of classicism and Bauhaus style-Weimar Gauforum came to Gauforum for the first time. I remember that Nietzsche said that every day he never danced is to betray his life. It is also a different kind of enjoyment when wandering slowly in this city. The guiding light of the city of giants Weimar Weimar is one of the brightest jewels in the history of thought in Germany and Europe. It is known as the city of classical masters and giants of thought. As far as we are familiar, such as Goethe, Nietzsche, Bach, and other such thrilling characters, they are inextricably related to the Weimar we are going to introduce today. Weimar classicism and Bauhaus style fill the entire city, and they have always been the guiding light for the culture and ideas of Weimar. The Gauforum in Weimar is a landmark building in the city center of Weimar. It is a symmetrical neoclassical building. Although classicism only survived for about 50 years in Weimar, this did not hinder its greatness. This building adopts the more popular memorial neo-classical architecture at that time, and its original function was to provide a public meeting place for the Nazi parties at that time. Historical atmosphere and traces Walking slowly along the paved pavement with historical atmosphere and traces, the Goethe Schiller Archive is one of the landmark buildings along the way. The archives display all of Goethe’s personal collections during his lifetime. The entire archive The inner beauty is so beautiful. Going south from the archives, you will reach the central green space of the city, where the famous Goethe Garden "hidden". The museums along the way always bring me a lot of surprises. The museums here basically open around ten o'clock. The various bronze statues standing on the street will "wake up" under the first rays of the sun in the morning. Except for some buildings and museums, it is recommended that you visit the Duchess Library when you come here. Reminders: 1. The library sells tickets at 9 o'clock on the same day, so you need to queue up early because the tickets are sold out every day 2. The temperature difference between morning and evening is large

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