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What to do and see in Magdeburg

Magdeburg is the capital city of the Bundesland of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Magdeburg is arranged on the Elbe River and was a standout amongst the most powerful medieval urban areas of Europe. Ruler Otto I was the first Holy Roman Emperor and he had great influence of Magdeburg development. Magdeburg is the site of two colleges, the Otto-von-Guericke University and the Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences. It is modern area in Germany.

1. Lutheran Cathedral of Saints Catherine and Maurice

Lutheran Cathedral of Saints Catherine and Maurice

One of Magdeburg's most great structures is the Lutheran Cathedral of Saints Catherine and Maurice. It is 341 feet tall and it is the most astounding church building of eastern Germany. It is outstanding for its wonderful and one of a kind figures, You can see "Twelve Virgins" at the Northern Gate.

3. Gruson-Gewächshäuser


Gruson-Gewächshäuser is a natural arrangement spotted in nurseries at Schönebecker Strasse. It is are open every day aside from Monday. The enclosure was made by industrialist Hermann Gruson. It was almost ruined in World War II. but later it was renovated, all of its part one by one.

5. Arena


The Aerosol Arena is the largest Graffiti Hall of Fame Germany and is located in Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt. Owner and founder of the site is the open-air studio. The aerosol Arena is located on a former industrial area. with 9,000 square meters of land. An object of the arena it is to change position and it moves while being sprayed. This is perfect place for young people who like art, hip hop and graffiti culture.

2. The Magdeburg Water Bridge

The Magdeburg Water Bridge

The Magdeburg Water Bridge is biggest waterway underbridge in Europe, it compasses the stream Elbe and join the Mittellandkanal to the west and Elbe-Havel Canal to the east. The steel superstructure was delivered in pieces with a maximum weight of 150 tons per truck. The 690 meters long approach bridge is separated by an expansion joint on the pillars of the current bridge.

4. The Red Horn Park

The Red Horn Park

The Red Horn Park is spotted on the Elbe island Werder and could be arrived at from the downtown area through the Strombrückenzug. Free parking garage is available on the west bank of the Elbe. The vegetation of the park is amazing. In numerous spots, there are areas for picnics and walking. You can hear birds singing and take a look at beautiful surroundings.

Magdeburg is additionally well known historic town in Germany. Visit is well worth it and you will not be dissapointed.

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