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Regensburg

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Regensburg

Regensburg, with 140,000 inhabitants, is the fourth-largest city in Bavaria. As World War II left little damage, it has one of the most beautiful medieval city centers in Germany. The town is popular with European travelers but somehow English speakers tend to pass it by.

Regensburg is at the northernmost point of the River Danube. Its location is so pretty that, according to Goethe, such surroundings were bound to attract a city.

Last updated April 9, 2012
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