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German Cities


  1. Which city is known as Germany's "Gateway to the World" and the country's largest seaport?
  2. Which city is the capital of Bavaria?
  3. Which city is home to the European Central Bank and is the largest financial hub in continental Europe?
  4. Which city known for its cultural and musical heritage was also the site of the Battle of the Nations in the Napoleonic Wars?

  5. Which large city on the banks of the Rhine is famous for its cathedral, which is one of the oldest and most important pilgrimage sites of Northern Europe?
  6. Which city is known as the 'cradle of the automobile' and is the headquarters of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche?
  7. What is the main river of Berlin?
  8. Which city was the "provisional" capital of West Germany from 1949 to 1990?
  9. Which city is the third most populous city of former East Germany and includes the town of Meissen in its urban area?
  10. Which city on the border of Belgium and the Netherlands is the westernmost in Germany?
  11. Which city is the Art and Fashion Capital of Germany?
  12. Which German city gave its name to a British royal house?
  13. Which city is famous as the birthplace of Johannes Gutenberg, who manufactured his first books in the city, including the Gutenberg Bible?
  14. Germany's oldest university is located in which small city between Stuttgart and Frankfurt?


  1. Hamburg
  2. Munich
  3. Frankfurt
  4. Leipzig
  5. Cologne
  6. Stuttgart
  7. River Spree
  8. Bonn
  9. Dresden
  10. Aachen
  11. Dusseldorf
  12. Hanover
  13. Mainz
  14. Heidelberg