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Hannover is perhaps one of the most famous cities in Germany, located on the river Leine and the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony. With a population of 522.686 residents, Hannover is known for hosting annual commercial trade fairs such as the Hannover Fair and the CeBIT. Hannover is also of national importance because of its universities and medical school, its international airport and its large zoo. If you plan on coming here in Hannover, you will benefit from a wide range of attractions, venues, restaurants and other wonderful places that are full of culture and history.

Top Attractions Within Hannover

Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen in Hannover, is one of the most beautiful Baroque gardens in Europe. The palace itself, however, was largely destroyed by Allied bombing but is currently under reconstruction. Some points of interest are the Grotto, the Gallery Building, the Orangerie and the two pavilions. The Great Garden has one of the biggest collections of orchids and other plants from all over the world.

The Hannover Zoo is one of the most spectacular and best zoos in Europe. The zoo consists of several theme areas, such as Sambesi, Meyers Farm, Gorilla Mountain, Jungle Palace and Mullewapp. There is also a tropical house, a jungle house and a show arena. The place is wonderful for children and adults alike.

The Historic Museum describes the history of Hannover, from the medieval settlement Honovere to the world famous Exhibition City of today. The museum focuses on the period from 1714 to 1834 when Hannover had a strong relationship with the British Royal house. The museum hosts exhibitions from classical modernist art to contemporary art.

The Lower Saxony State Museum is the largest museum in Hannover. The State Gallery shows the European Art from the 11th to the 20th century, the Nature Department shows the zoology, geology, botanic, geology and a Vivarium with fishes, insects, reptiles and amphibians. There is also the Folklore department that shows the cultures from all over the world.