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Hanover - the most beautiful city in the world

Perhaps the label 'the most beautiful city in the world' wouldn't automatically conjure images of Hanover in your mind. But that's only because metropolises like Paris or Rio feel the need to incessantly broadcast their merits to the world. And that's something that just wouldn't suit the tendency of Lower Saxony towards understatement. Believe us - Hanover has quite a bit to offer.

It begins with a lush helping of nature with the Maschsee Lake, the Herrenhausen Gardens with its grotto designed by Hanover fan Niki de Saint Phalle, and the Eilenriede, a huge woodland area at the very heart of the city.

It continues with attractions like the

  • Adventure Zoo
  • the Sea Life Aquarium with its awe-inspiring underwater tunnel and countless
  • exhibitions and museums.


Whether or not you find Hanover beautiful depends on how you know it. Or whether you live here. Those who live here are head over heels for it.

Obviously the native population are happy with their home, but it's the newcomers who really swarm about it. Even those who hail from big-name cities and trend hubs like Hamburg and Munich discover in an amazingly short space of time exactly what it is that makes Hanover 'the most beautiful city in the world'.

Hanover unites the attractions of a buzzing metropolis with the loveable charm of a small town. Hanover offers (almost) everything to (almost) everyone.

Source: 'Hannover ist die schönste Stadt der Welt' (Hanover is the most beautiful city in the world), published in Kajo Verlag 2005 by Karl Johaentges, Udo Iwannek and Michael Narten

Hanover celebrities

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Uli Stein

(actual Ulrich Steinfurth) is a famous German cartoonist, born in Hanover.

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Emil Berliner

is considered as dicoverer of the gramophone and the gramophone record.

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Kurt Schwitters

was a German poet, painter and artist in dada, surrealism and constructivism style, born in Hanover.

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

was one of the most famous philosophers in his epoch and he lived some years in the so-called Leibnizhaus in Hanover, which has its name of himself.

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Niki de Saint Phalle

was a French-Swiss sculptor and painter, famous in Hanover because of her figures called “Nanas” at Leibnizufer.

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