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==Other destinations==
 
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* [[Baltic Sea Coast (Germany)|Baltic Sea Coast]] - features picturesque beaches and steep, dramatic chalk cliffs in some locations
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* [[Calenberg (county)|Calenberg]]
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* [[Harz|Harz Highlands]]
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* '''Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park''' — a [[UNESCO World Heritage list|UNESCO World Heritage site]] along the region's coast and including the [[East Frisian Islands]]
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* [[North Sea]]
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* [[Rügen]] - Germany´s largest island in the Baltic just off the coast, location of many seaside resorts and scenic sea cliffs, great bathing beaches
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* '''Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park''' — a [[UNESCO World Heritage list|UNESCO World Heritage site]] along the region's coast and including the [[North Frisian Islands]]
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* [[Usedom]] - nice island in the east of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==

Revision as of 19:08, 11 August 2010

Northern Germany includes the states of Germany that border on the North and Baltic Seas. These states are popular tourist destinations for their beaches and rolling, windswept hills. The Hanseatic city-states of Hamburg and Bremen are also rich in history and energy.

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