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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Germany has no fewer than 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites; but the country’s very first, back in 1993, was right here in SouthWest Germany. That was Maulbronn Monastery. Today, SouthWest Germany boasts four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and is hoping that Heidelberg and Schwetzingen Palace will soon be added to the list.

Kloster Maulbronn

Maulbronn Monastery

The former Cistercian abbey of Maulbronn is the best-preserved medieval monastery north of the Alps. » read more

Schild Limesstraße

Limes Roman Defences

Two thousand years ago, the Limes was a defensive wall marking the northern border of the Roman Empire. » read more

Insel-Reichenau-2

Reichenau Island

Today, this island on Lake Constance is known for growing vegetables, thanks to its gentle climate. » read more

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Inscription of the Lake Dwellings on Lake Constance to UNESCO’S World Heritage List

At its latest conference in Paris the World Heritage Committee has inscribed the Prehistoric Piled dwellings around the Alps to the UNESCO’s World Heritage List which now numbers 936 sites. » read more

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