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10 Places to Visit in Hanover, Germany

Gaurav Kadam Jul 23, 2019
Situated at the confluence of the River Leine and its tributary Ihme, Hanover, the capital of the German state of Lower Saxony is known for its undefiled nature and breathtaking architecture.

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The impressively manicured, baroque-style Herrenhausen Gardens, is a heritage of the Kings of Hanover.

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Built between 1901-13 in eclectic style, the grandeur of Hanover reflects from the magnificent architecture of the New Town Hall.
The main Lutheran church in Hanover, the Marktkirche, built in the 14th century stands amidst the bustling market place.
Home to the seat of Lower Saxony parliament, Leineschloss was once a residence of the kings and dukes of Hanover.

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With an incredible facade, the Lower Saxony State Museum houses fascinating collection from the 11th to the 20th century. It also has a beautiful vivarium.
The Aegidienkirche, built in 1347, was destroyed in the World War II and hasn’t been restored. It is now a war memorial.

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Popular for water sports, picnics and Maschseefest, the Maschsee is an artificial lake located in the heart of the city.
A home to the city's professional opera company- Staatsoper Hannover, the majestic German Opera House once served as a royal theater.
The Wilhelm Busch Museum - a Museum for Caricature and Critical Graphic Arts. It has the world's largest collection of works by Wilhelm Busch.
Named after the 18th century mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Leibniz, the Leibniz University is one of the largest and oldest Science & Technology universities in Germany.