In Northern Germany is Travemünde. This region of the Schleswig-Holstein district clearly illustrates both its German and Danish heritage. This is farming country, a restful escape from some of the larger cities and regions in Germany. In Travemünde you can find the earliest examples of brick sacred architecture, including Marienkirche in Lübeck and its earliest expression the Dom cathedral in Ratzbourg. While in Travemünde visit the central city of Lübeck. Look at the Holstentor with its two round and squat towers or its Rathaus located in an arcaded Marktplatz. Check out the museum dedicated to two writers: Günter Grass and Thomas Mann. Take time to go to the island and Ratzeburg or go to the seaport of Travemünde to buy fresh fish at the Fischereibafen or play in the casino.
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