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Room after fire
Bremen
Copyright: Burkhard Koerner
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Uploaded: 12/11/2012
Updated: 22/08/2014
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Tags: bremen; lokführer Übernachtungsheim; urbex; urban explorer
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The 1,200 year old “Free Hanseatic City of Bremen” and its North Sea port sister of Bremerhaven make up a two-city state, which is the smallest of Germany’s sixteen states. The cities are separated by a mere 60 kilometers along the river Weser. Bremen is a center of technology, renowned for its leadership in aircraft construction and space station assembly as well as space propulsion systems. The city-state earned the distinction of being named the “City of Science” in 2005 as demonstrated by the science center “Universum Bremen” and the “EADS Astrium”.