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Moving to Bremen

Bremen is located in north-western Germany, on the river Weser,just 60km away from the North Sea. Together with Bremerhaven, the city forms Germany’s smallest state.
Back in the 13th – 17th centuries, the city was part of the Hanseatic League,and remainsto this day one of Germany’s most important commercial cities, with a well-developed industry and transport infrastructure.
The Town Hall of Bremen was included in the patrimony of the UNESCO World Heritage List, thanks to its imposing architecture that makes it one of Europe’s finest buildings. Built at the beginning of the 15th century, the Rathaus, as its German name goes, is considered an important symbol of the prosperity and influence of the city.
The statue of Roland, the protector of trade, can be admired in the main square of the city. Along with the Town Hall, Roland’s statue (which was erected in every city member of the Hanseatic League) is also included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
St Peter’s Cathedral was erected in the 13th century and dominates the main square of the city with its impressive structure and fine sculptures.
In the north of the city, the Universum Bremen is a dynamic science centre, an expression of the flourishing industries of high-tech and science.
The Schlachte, along the Weser River and the Viertel, located south of Kunsthalle are two popular areas dotted with pubs and cafes, where you can spend your time. Bremen is the home of the world famous Beck’s beer, so here you can have a sip of this delicious beverage in its homeland.
Some rather interesting events that take place in Bremen are the International Bremen Summer, a circus festival called LA STRADA, the ‘Vision Parade’, which is a techno parade along the Wesser River that takes place every June, the Free Market in October, and the Christmas Market in December.

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Moving to Braunschweig

Braunschweig or Brunswick is a city of about 250,000 inhabitants located in the state of Lower Saxony, north of the Harz Mountains. Thanks to its position at the intersection of several major trading routes, since the medieval times,Braunschweig developed into a powerful and influential commercial centre.
An impressive number of medieval buildings can be admired in Braunschweig; churches, historical places, squares, and domestic houses all reveal themselves in great beauty.
The city’s landmark is considered to be the Brunswick Lion. Situated in the Burgplatz Square, in front of the Cathedral and the ancient Dankwarderode Castle, the statue was erected by king Henry the Lion, in 1166. Following natural damage, the statue was replaced with a replica, but the original monument can still be seen inside the Dankwarderode Castle.
The Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum is the second oldest museum in the world after the British Museum.Another landmark of Braunschweig is the Jüdisches Museum, the oldest Jewish museum in the world. Other worth visiting points of interest are the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Agricultural Engineering Gut Steinhof,while photography enthusiasts will find fascinating exhibits at the city’s Museum of Photography.
Every winter, the Brunswick Christmas Market lasts for a whole month from the end of November until the end of December, and is considered to be the prettiest winter market in all Germany. Visitors to the market should not miss traditional German specialties, like the special kind of beer called Mumme and the world famous delicious sausages made from raw mince pork called Braunschweiger Mettwurst.
The city of Braunschweig is known worldwide for the legendary medieval joker Till Eulenspiegel, a famous trickster who was first mentioned in the English literature by Ben Jonson. Eulenspiegelis known in the English speaking world under the name Owlglass.

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Moving to Bochum

With a population of about 365,000 inhabitants, Bochum is a city in the Ruhr Area, from the state of North-Rhine Westphalia.
Bochum boasts a municipal theatre, as well as 20 other smaller theatres and stages, making it the cultural centre of the Ruhr Area. Also, in 1965 the first university of the region opened in Bochum.
The German Mining Museum of Bochum isone of the world’s most complex museums of its kind. The Art Museum houses an impressive collection of German Expressionism, Surrealism, and Middle and East European Avant-Garde works of art.
Bochum’s City Hall houses the fountain of beauty and the fountain of happiness. In front of the edifice,a giant bell evokes thehistory of steel-molding in the city. The bell was built in 1876 for the world exhibition that took place in Paris.
The oldest church in Bochum is dedicated to St Peter and Paul. In the place of the current church, there was a wooden chapel that was replaced in the 11th century with a stone one. However, in 1517 the stone church burned down along with many other buildings in Bochum, during a devastating fire. It was later rebuilt in the Neo-Gothic style, but the original Romanic chancel was kept.
Nature lovers can enjoy walks in the Botanic Garden or on the banks of Kemnade Lake and the Uemmingen Lake, where they’ll find playgrounds for children and beer gardens.
Some annual events that take place in Bochum are the Jumble Sale, the Steam Festival, held in May, and several music festivals. The VfL for Fun is a festival dedicated to Bochum’s soccer team, while the Bochum Total is a rock music festival held in the first weekend of the school year.

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Moving to Bielefeld

Bielefeld is a German city placed in the Ostwestphalen-Lippe Region, in the north-east of North-Rhine Westphalia. Its 327,000 inhabitants make Bielefeld the most populated city in the Regierungsbezirk Detmold.
Its historical center is located on the north of Teutoburg Forest and the modern Bielefeld lies on the opposite side.
Bielefeld`s specific landmark is Sparrenburg Castle, with a 37m (121ft) high tower and catacombs, built by Count Ludwig von Ravensberg between 1240-1250.
In the New City Hall (NeuesRathaus) are located most of the city`s public offices, whilst the Old City Hall (AltesRathaus), built in 1904, still holds the mayor` s office.
The Old City Hall has the same Gothic and Renaissance art elements as The City Theatre(Stadttheater), also built in 1904 andwhich hosts the Bielefeld`s main theatre and The Opera.
The AltstädterNicolaikirche is the city`s oldest church. Founded in 1236, then developed, destroyed during the World War II and then rebuilt, the masterpiece of the Gothic construction is a carved altar from Antwerp.
The largest and the most precious church is considered to be the NeustädterMarienkirche, founded in 1293, which treasures an altarpiece defining the artwork of German Middle Age and other two altarpieces, The Flagellation and The Crucifixion, exhibited in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Among other cultural sights can be mentioned: the Art Museum(Kunsthalle), the Rudolf Oetker Concert Hall(Rudolf-Oetker-Halle), the Botanical Garden(BotanischerGarten). A special attraction is the Bielefeld Children`s Choir (BielefelderKinderchor), famous for its Christmas concerts.
Some important international companies such as: Dr. Oetker, Gildemeister and Schüco are located in Bielefeld.

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Moving to Augsburg

Augsburg, the third oldest city in Germany after Neuss and Trier, is placed in the south-west of the free state of Bavaria. With a population of more than 264,000 inhabitants, Augsburg is the third largest city in Bavaria.
The city of Augsburg is home to the administrative district of Schwaben and to the institutions of the Augsburg County, in German Landkreis Augsburg. As a university town, the majority of Augsburg’s population works or studies at the city’s university.
Augsburg is the sole German city with its own law-protected holiday, the Augsburger Hohes Friedensfest, (the Peace Fest of Augsburg). Originally, the holiday was a commemoration of Ferdinand II’s decision to prohibit the protestant religion. Over the years, the holiday became a celebration of peaceful coexistence. The festival begins on the 8th of August and lastsfor three weeks.
Augsburg was home to the Fugger and the Welsser patrician families, who accumulated so much wealth,that they replaced the Medicis as Europe’s most important bankers. The former residence of the Fugger family was restored and is opened to the public.
Some of the most interesting edifices in Augsburg are the Cathedral, erected in the 9th century, the Town Hall which was built in 1620 in the Renaissance style, as well as one of the synagogues that survived the war. A Jewish museum is housed inside the walls of the synagogue.
The memorial house of Bertolt Brecht and the house where Mozart lived his childhood are also located in Augsburg.
Augsburg’s impressive art museum is housed in a Rococo mansion dating from 1756 called the Schaezlerpalais. Other museums are the Walter Art Museum, the Maximilian Museum, and the Roman Museum, which is housed in the old building of St. Margaret Monastery.
Three lovely fountains, built in the Baroque style, as well as the Botanical Gardens await you to stop by for a moment of relaxation.
Fans of rafting can take a ride down the Eiskanal, the world’s first artificial white-water rafting course, built in the 70s for the Munich Olympic Games.

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Moving to Aachen

Located in the western part of Germany, in North-Rhine Westphalia, the city of Aachen flourished economically over the years, thanks to its location in a coal-mining area.
The former capital of the Charlemagne’s Frankish empire is also known as ‘Bad Aachen’, with thousands of people enjoying the benefits of the local mineral waters every year.
Aachen’s economy is based on science, engineering and innovation. In 2009, the city was rated 8th among cities in Germany in this area. The RWTH Aachen University, one of the country’s top universities, is located in the city.
In 1372, the city of Aachen became the first coin-minting city in the world that used an Anno Domini date on a coin.
Opened in 1959, the Scotch Club was the first discotheque in Aachen, with Klaus Quirini as the first DJ.
The ‘Printen’ is a local specialty of sweet bread, which, unlike gingerbread, is sweeten with sugar. However, the original recipe is no longer used, that’s why the new ‘Printen’ has another taste.
The main attraction of the city is the Aachen Cathedral. Erected in 796 AD on Charlemagne’s orders, was the largest cathedral in northern Europe. 30 German kings and 12 queens were crowned in this cathedral between 936 until 1531. The remains of Charlemagne can be seen inside the church’s walls. Its original form is lost in the mists of history, due to several extensions and renovations, which gave the Cathedral an eclectic, rather interesting style.
Dating from 1330, the city hall is an imposing building located nearby the market and the cathedral. The city hall’s attractions are the coronation hall and the emperors’ hall, beautifully decorated with scenes from the life of Charlemagne (also known as Charles the Great) as well as the legendary king’s signature.

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Moving to Wiesbaden

Located in the southwestern part of Germany, in the heart of the metropolitan area Frankfurt Rhine Main Region, Wiesbaden is the capital city of the federal state of Hesse. It has a population of about 280,000 inhabitants, with another 10,000 American military personnel living in the city.
The city of the ‘meadow baths’, as its name goes, is known worldwide as a spa town, thanks to the fourteen hot springs that flow on the territory of Wiesbaden.
Established back in 1896, the International May Festival is presented by the Wiesbaden Hessischestheater and is one of the most famous festivals in the world. From concerts to opera and musicals, from ballets to modern dance, from plays to artistic circus acts, the festival showcases all kinds of performances.
With a tradition of over 30 years, the Rheingau Wine Festival takes place in August in the centre of the city, near the Wiesbaden City Hall. The visitors can enjoy the famous Rheingau Riesling and other specialities of wines, while listening to some good music.
From the end of November to December 23, the Schlossplatz Square dresses up for Holiday. It is time for the so called ‘Twinkling Star’ Market, when the centre of the city is illuminated in golden and blue. Four gates in the form of lilies are placed at the market entrance. The main attraction is the 28 metre Christmas tree, decorated with no fewer than 2500 electric bulbs, 30 flash bulbs, and 1000 blue and golden ties. Nearby, the joy train and carousels await you to stop by for a fun ride.
The Rheinagau Musik Festival, established in 1988, is an international music festival that takes place in June. Classical music concerts are held at important cultural locations throughout the town, such as Eberbach Abbey and Schloss Johannisberg.
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Moving to Stuttgart

The capital of the Baden-Württemberg state is Stuttgart, and it is located in southern Germany. Stuttgart is ranked sixth as size in Germany and the Stuttgart Metropolitan Region is ranked fourth as size after the Rhine-Ruhr area, Berlin/Brandenburg and Frankfurt/Rhine-Main regions.

The city is at the centre of a highly dense populated area and it is encircled by smaller towns. The area is called Stuttgart Region and it reaches to a population of 2.7 million inhabitants. The urban area of Stuttgart can reach a 1.8 million of inhabitants there classifying as the seventh largest in Germany.

It is unusual for a German city to be like Stuttgart, which is spread across several hills, vineyard, parks and valleys. This always surprises visitors as Stuttgart is known as the “cradle of automobile” and its industrial reputation. Stuttgart is also a centre of authority in regards with the state legislature, the local council and the regional parliament.  Stuttgart is also the home of the Protestant State Church in Württemberg and in addition it is one of the two co-seats of the bishop of the Roman-Catholic Diocese of Rottenburg – Stuttgart.

The city has ranked thirtieth in 2010 in liveability rankings in the world and seventh in Germany. Stuttgart is well known for its economic and social innovations and was ranked 11th globally because of that and second in Germany, after Hamburg. In Europe the ranked is at seven in 2009 from a number of 256 cities in total.

Stuttgart is a highly sought after tourist attraction and its slogan is “Stuttgart offers more”. In 2008 Stuttgart revealed a new slogan based on the plan to improve transport links to the international infrastructure where it describes itself as the new heart of Europe. Regarding business ventures, Stuttgart best description offered was “Where business meets the future” and it is now targeted at foreign investors as “The creative power of Germany”.

By being nicknamed the Schwabenmetropole, Stuttgart makes a reference to the Swabian dialect spoken by native dwellers in the centre of Swabia where the city is now located. Because of heavy emigration due to economic reasons, a lot of newly born residents are of immigrant background.

When in Stuttgart, beside the economic and industrial facade it exposes, there is also the cultural side of the city.

The crossover point between the Shopping area of the city, Stuttgart two central castles, the Schlossgarten Park and residential areas and major museums in the south-west is the largest square in Stuttgart named Schlossplatz.  The shopping street named Königstraße is considered to be the longest pedestrianized street in Germany.

After the World War II, the damage that occurred on Stuttgart has been repaired and many historic buildings were reconstructed. Stuttgart has some amazing pieces of modern post-war architecture such as the Collegiate Church named Stiftskirche which has a Late Gothic Style on the exterior  mixed with a bit of Romanesque style and on the interior it has a combination of various styles including the Romanesque, Gothic and Modern styles. After the war it was reconstructed with a simplified interior.

There is also the Old Castle named Altes Schloss with parts that date back to 1320 and which adopts a Renaissance style; and the New Castle named Neues Schloss which was a mixture of Baroque/Classicism style and that was later reconstructed with modern interior.

In Stuttgart’s suburbs and beyond there are various castles that have significant importance, which are reminders of the city’s loyal past. Some of these are the Ludwigsburg Palace, the Castle Solitude, Castle Rosenstein and the Castle Hohenheim. If you have time on your hands it well worth in visiting these since they embrace different styles such as mixtures of Baroque with Rococo (Ludwigsburg Palace) or simply just Classical or Baroque Styles.

Other important building or institution you may find there are the Württemberg Mausoleum which shelters the remains of King William I of Württemberg and Catherine Pavlovna of Russia. Also pass by the Wilhelma zoo and Botanical Gardens.  The International style displayed by the Weissenhof Estate is worthy of a drive till there as it provides a sight to remember.

Stuttgart is also quite renowned for its vast cultural heritage such as its State Gallery and State Theatre and the city is even home to one of Germany’s most famous symphony orchestras named Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra mainly performs in the Liederhalle concert hall and has developed a distinctive sound known as the Stuttgart Sound.

The city also has not one, but two musical theatres in broadway-style, namely the Palladium and Apollo Theatre.

Stuttgart has a sport arena as well named Schleyerhalle which is regularly used to stage music concerts with major international stars.

There are several regular events that take place in Stuttgart and one of the most well-known one is the annual Volkfest and the Spring Festival. There is also the Spring Festival, The Lantern Festival and the Wine Village. These are just a few of the regular festivities held in Stuttgart.

Whether you want to admire the wonderful architecture, the green scenery everyday, play and have fun during festivals or you’re one of the hundreds of business associates that want to start a new life in Stuttgart, moving to Stuttgart is the best you can do for yourself and your family.

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Moving to Münster

Moving to Münster has never been easier!

In the North Rhine-Westphalia, in Germany, there is an independent city called Münster. The name Münster is derived from the Greek word meaning monastery. The city is said to be the cultural centre of Westphalia and is located in the northern part of the state. Münster is also the capital of Münsterland governmental region.  In this city took place the Anabaptist rebellion which was during the Protestant Reformation and also it is where the Treaty of Westphalia was signed in 1648, ending the Thirty Years’ War. In modern times, Münster is well-known as the bicycle capital of Germany.

Münster is considered a major city since 1915 because of the high number of people living in it. Now-a-days the number of people staying in Münster are around 270, 000 of which a lot are students.

When visiting Münster there are several well-known locations you must go to. One such location is St. Paul’s Cathedral which is built in mixture of late Romanesque and early Gothic styles and that was constructed in the early 13th century.  During World War II, the building was heavily damaged but was later fully restored. The building has an astronomical clock decorated with zodiac signs painted by hand and that reproduces the movements of the planet. The clock also plays a Glockenspiel tune every day at noon.

The main shopping street in the town’s centre, the Prinzipalmarkt is adorned with a Gothic style Town Hall built in the 14th century. This is where the Peace of Westphalia treaty was signed.

A more morbid history has the St. Lambert’s Church, built in 1375 and that has three cages suspended from its tower where corpses of Jan van Leiden and other leaders of the Münster Rebellion were displayed. These people used to promote polygamy and renunciation of all properties and were prosecuted for that.

Münster has a palace named the Schloss which as build in 1767 and was finished in 1787 and which used to be the occupied by the prince – bishops and that was designed by the Baroque architect Wilhelm Ferdinand Lipper and Johann Conrad Schlaun. The palace is now the administrative centre for the university.

When you have time you can also visit the Botanicher Garten Münster which was founded in 1803.

Used from the 18th century until the 20th as a prison, the fortress “Zwinger” was built in 1526. The fortress was also used by the Gestapo during the World War II as an execution ground.

During the signing of the Peace of Westphalia treaty, the old guild house named Krameramtshaus  which was built in 1589, housed the delegation that came from the Netherlands.

Strarting from 1743 and until 1749 Johann Conrad Schlaun built a country estate situated in Nienberge that should be visited by everyone.  He also built Erbdrostenhof in 1749 and it took until 1753 to finish the residence of Droste zu Vischering noble family. The Baroque palace was the birthplace of Blessed Mary of the Divine Heart.

There are many other places to visit and things to see that leave a deep impression on anyone willing to stop and contemplate them. From modern building and high-rise building to old churches constructed in the Baroque style, there is something for everyone. Even the Westphalia State Museum  of Art and Cultural History is rather well known for its vast and valuable collections   along with other such institutions, for example Westphalia Horse Museum or the Mühlenhof open-air museum and even Pablo Picasso Museum of Graphic Art which is the only museum that’s devoted entirely to the graphic works of Pablo Picasso.

Whether you’re in Münster to study, or just visiting or you plainly like all the history the city exudes if you fall in love with the town you might as well just move to Münster. But don’t worry about the whole hassle of moving, because we are here to help.

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Moving to Regensburg

Feel the history, move to Regensburg!

Located at the confluence of the Regen and Danube rivers in Bavaria, Germany there is a city called Regensburg. The city is also historically called Retisbon and comes from the Latin Castra Regina. It is located in one of the most northern points of the Danube and in the east of the city is the Bavarian Forest.

Regensburg is the capital of the administrative region Upper Palatinate in Bavaria and its large medieval centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

When visiting Regensburg there are some locations where you definitely have to go for you to be able to properly and fully feel the charm of this city and what it offers. One of such places and maybe the most important one is the Dom. The Dom is a grand Cathedral built in a purely Gothic style and it represents the main work of the Gothic architecture in Bavaria. The main building was founded in 1275 and then later completed in 1634. Later on, around the year 1869 towers were added to the cathedral.  Numerous captivating monuments can be found inside the Dom inclusive of one of Peter Vischer’s masterpieces. Nearby the cloisters there are two other chapels that date back even further than the cathedral itself. One of the Chapels is even said to date back to the 8th century.  The liturgical music at the St. Peter Cathedral is a famous choir named Regensburger Domspatzen.

Another worthy location to visit when you’re there is the stone bridge. The bridge was built starting from the year 1135 and continued until 1146 and even today it is considered as a highlight of medieval bridge building. It was used to cross the Danube River by knight of the second and third crusade, who were on their way to the Holy Land. There are even vestiges of the Roman fortress’ walls which include the Porta Praetoria.

Another beautiful view is offered by the Church of St. James which is also known under the name of Schottenkirche. The church derives its name from the monastery of Irish Benedictines to which it was connected, and its structure is a Romanesque basilica from the 12th century. The Church is located next to the Jakobstor which a medieval city gate and its main doorway is adorned with some unique grotesque carvings that can take your breath away.

During the 13th century, the Transition style was used to build the old parish church of St. Ulrich. The church still houses the diocesan museum which displays rather captivating religious art pieces. The church also has a valuable antiquarian collection.

The church of Obermünster dates back to the 1010 and it is represented by a Romanesque basilica style.  In the 13th century, the church of St. Emmeram was built, which is known to be one of the few German churches that has a bell tower detached from the building. The breathtaking cloisters which were once the ancient abbey are still being preserved quite well, considering the abbey is one of the oldest in Germany.  The conventual buildings were later on converted into a palace around the year 1809. The palace was for the use of prince of Thurn and Taxis which was a hereditary postmaster-general of the Holy Roman Empire.

Also, near the Regensburg Cathedral, in 1610 the Adler-Apotheke was founded which is one of the oldest Pharmacies in Regensburg. It is adorned with ancient interior and historical vessels even to this day.

Back in the days, wealthy patrician families made it a contest among themselves to see who could build the highest tower in the city, and as a result the Goldener Turm was built in 1260 on Wahlenstraße.

Other interesting places to visit while in the city are the Town Hall which still contains the rooms used by the Imperial diet from 1663 to 1806, also the Gasthof zum Goldenen Kreuz has an historic interest because that is where Charles V first meet Barbara Blomberg which was the mother of Don John of Austria.

There is also the villa built in Gothic style on the banks of Danube River, and which is considered to be one of the most pleasant modern buildings in Regensburg and which was used by the king of Bavaria.

There are some note-worthy public institutions such as the public library, the botanical garden, the picture gallery and even the institute for the production of stained glass. The city also has an Episcopal clerical seminary, the University of Regensburg and a school of church music. On the university campus there is the Botanischer Garten der Universität Regensburg which is a modern botanical garden. There are also several other smaller botanical gardens in the municipal park Herzogspark.

Ludwig I of Bavaria built two grand Classical buildings near Regensburg as monuments for the German patriotism and greatness. One of the two is an expensive reproduction of the Partheon, built to serve as a Teutonic temple of fame and it is called Walhalla. The building stands on a hill uphill from the Danube River at Donaustauf. Its interior stands out because of its gilding, coloured marble and sculptures. It even contains the busts of Germanic worthies hundreds in number or even more. The other building built by king Ludwig I of Bavaria is the Befreiungshalle located at Kelheim above Regensburg. The building is large and circular and the purpose it serves is to glorify the heroes of the 1813 War of Liberation.

Many passed through the city and Regensburg flourished under the firm hand of historic events leading to a highly interesting place to spend your time at. If you’ve ever visited Regensburg you would know that the charm it exudes makes you unwilling to part. And now you don’t have to, because we are here to help you properly move to Regensburg.

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