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Perhaps they already have it in Regensburg -- a World Heritage sausage, a World Heritage weekend. The city from the Middle Ages with the landmark Gothic cathedral (diocese founded 739) and the marvelous Old Stone Bridge (1146) in 2006 landed on the UNESCO list of cultural and natural sites urgently worth preserving. The city core, largely spared the ravages of war and time, is the only surviving medieval city in Germany. Today, the university and college location is a center of modern industry. Nevertheless, it remains a living museum of Regensburg, with architectural and artistic monuments from the 2nd to the 21st centuries.

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  • Regensburg: Called the "most northern city of the former Roman Empire", World Heritage Site. With the title "Single-Capital of Germany", one of the highest pub concentrations of the country, and a high percentage of university students, this city in the center of Bavaria is one of the most lively places in Germany. The general feeling is a mixture of Mediterranean flair, ancient history, and Bavarian "Gemütlichkeit". Explore the city by boat, bike, or walking, try the traditional food, look for a placid spot in the countless beer gardens, or gaze at the remains of two millenia of history.
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  • Ville a taille humaine, sympathique et pleine de charme.
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