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Architecture has a long history in Germany – from Gothic churches and stately baroque buildings through to Bauhaus avant-garde. The idyllic town of Schwäbisch Hall, for example, has a medieval landscape whereas Göttingen features ornate half-timbered houses. Dresden is known as the baroque “Florence of the Elbe” while Hamburg’s Speicherstadt (City of Warehouses) and Vienna’s historic city centre are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Different cultures don't always get together by themselves. The nice thing about our cultural and leisure programme is that I can take the people learning German by the hand and show them our country.
Luise, 29, employed on the cultural and leisure programme