View of the Golden Gate in the Baroque Garden

Hannover,

our home town, lies in the northern part of Germany. First mentioned in 1241, today it has roughly 600,000 inhabitants and is known for its royal baroque gardens, its city hall of 1913, its renowned opera, its funny sculptures (the Nanas of artist Niki de St. Phalle), and its industrial fairground, the home of world's biggest annual industrial show, the Hannover Messe, and of the world's biggest electronics and computer show, the CeBit Messe.
In the year 2000, from June until the end of October, Hannover has been the host of the World Expo 2000.
And very recently, in 2014, Hannover was named "UNESCO City of Music".

Here are a few photo impressions we took on a sunny summer day:

The opera building

The opera building.

One of the Nanas Another one of the Nanas And still another one of the Nanas

The three Nanas, sculptures by artist Niki de St.Phalle, honorary citizen of Hannover.

Well at Koebelinger market

View of the Market Church from Leibniz-Ufer, across the Duve-well by artist Georg Herting.

The golden gate in Herrenhausen

The golden gate in Baroque Garden in Herrenhausen.

The new town-hall

View of the "New" Town-Hall, bult in 1913, across the Masch-park.

The new town-hall mirrored in the water

View of the "New" Town-Hall, nicely mirrored in the water.


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