Germany map with cities and states

Map of Germany and cities. Germany map with cities and states (Western Europe - Europe) to print. Germany map with cities and states (Western Europe - Europe) to download. Germany (officially, the Federal Republic of Germany) is divided into 16 states as you can see in Germany map with cities and states (Lander, sing. Land) [commonly, referred to as Bundeslander (federal states)]. In alphabetical order, the states are: Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bayern (Bavaria), Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hessen (Hesse), Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania), Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony), Nordrhein-Westfalen (North Rhine – Westphalia), Rheinland-Pfalz (Rhineland-Palatinate), Saarland, Sachsen (Saxony), Sachsen-Anhalt (Saxony-Anhalt), Schleswig-Holstein and Thueringen (Thuringia). The states are further divided into 401 administrative districts, of which there are 294 rural districts (Kreise) and 107 urban districts (Kreisfreie Stadte).[Note: Bayern, Sachsen and Thueringen refer to themselves as Free states (Freistaaten, sing. Freistaat), while Bremen calls itself a Free Hanseatic City (Freie Hansestadt) and Hamburg considers itself a Free and Hanseatic City (Freie und Hansestadt)]

Map of Germany and cities

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They are all major cities and federal states as its shown in Germany map with cities and states: Berlin, Hamburg and Bremen - Germany three city-states. Each is an ideal destination for a day-trip. Aachen is the center of the German needle industry. And the name of the city comes from the Germanic word for “water”: Aachen is home to the hottest springs north of the Alps. Virtually every child in Germany knows the name of this city: after all, the adventures of the marionettes from the “Augsburger Puppenkiste”, a famous puppet show, have been on television for over 60 years. A visit to this city is also worthwhile for anyone interested in history. In the Middle Ages, Augsburg became a cosmopolitan city through the trade of the Fugger and Welser families.
Just like Rome, Bamberg as its mentioned in Germany map with cities and states was built on seven hills. This town, situated in Upper Franconia, has almost as many canals as Venice and – so people say – can easily match the beauty of the old town of Prague. The name Bayreuth is music to the ears of Wagner fans: the five-week-long Richard Wagner Festival delights visitors from around the world year after year. The Festival Theater on the “Grüner Hügel” (Green Hill) has become the city trademark. Frequently under siege, but never taken: Sparrenburg Castle, Bielefeld trademark, has never been conquered. This indefatigable spirit is often attributed to the people of eastern Westphalia as well. Bochum lies at the heart of the Ruhr industrial area, and this former mining town’s official website offers a great way to discover it.