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Regensburg Reviews, Germany

 
    's mapPlanning a trip to Regensburg, Germany? Unless it's not your first visit there, it's sure you have a ton of questions you want to ask about the whats, wheres and whos of Regensburg. Well, you're in luck, because we have an incredibly helpful community of veteran travelers that often share their experiences in the locations they visit and we have a couple of these user-written reviews on Regensburg as well. You can check them out below and remember, if you want additional information on Regensburg or any other destination, feel free to ask our team about it or post a question in our forum section.

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Recent reviews for Regensburg

Regensburg - Feb 5, 2015, by adam
Because the city suffered little damage in World War 2 unlike many other german locations, the town was added to the UNESCO world heritage site, making one of the nations top travel destination. The town itself is very well preserved and... Read more »

Enjoying Regensburg - Apr 30, 2009, by Wazling
For me Regensburg was an interesting city. It's good to reach, whether by train or car and within the inner city you dont need to walk long to get from A to B, otherwise you always find an taxi. If you want to go sightseeing you should... Read more »

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Hamburg History

When it came to religion, Hamburg accepted Lutheranism in the year 1529 and also entertained Protestant refugees who came from France and the Netherlands. There were times when Hamburg was under the Danish rule while still a part of the Holy Roman Empire being an Imperial Free City. It was temporarily seized by Napoleon I and endured ruthlessly during the final campaign in Germany but still was able to raise its two forces in order to battle against Napoleon. Then Hamburg was besieged more than a year by the Allied forces before the Russian forces freed Hamburg in 1814. In the 19th century, Hammonia, a patron goddess, appeared in poetic and... Read more »

 
 
 

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