The Hanseatic city of Lübeck is known for its Holsten Gate, its Nobel Prize winners and its marzipan. Since 1987 its historic old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage site. 2018 Lübeck marks its 875th anniversary.
No less than 41 sites - architectural and natural marvels - in Germany have been placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Each is unique and authentic as well as popular with tourists.
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