Situated at the Trave River with the largest German port at the Baltic Sea, Lübeck is a charming medieval town. The old part of the town is an island enclosed by the Trave river and is included on the UNESCO world`s cultural heritage list. The old town center is dominated by seven church steeples. The oldest ones are the Dom and the Marienkirche. The Hanseatic merchants decorated their churches with art treasures and gilded their spires and that's way the city is full of beautiful sights.
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