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  1. › wiki › FrankfurtFrankfurt - Wikipedia

    Hace 22 horas · Frankfurt was the original choice for the provisional capital city of the newly founded state of West Germany in 1949. The city constructed a parliament building that was never used for its intended purpose (it housed the radio studios of Hessischer Rundfunk ).

  2. › wiki › GermanyGermany - Wikipedia

    Hace 1 día · The nation's capital and most populous city is Berlin and its main financial centre is Frankfurt; the largest urban area is the Ruhr. Settlement in what is now Germany began in the Lower Paleolithic, with various tribes inhabiting it from the Neolithic onward, chiefly the Celts.

  3. › wiki › BraunschweigBraunschweig - Wikipedia

    Hace 3 días · Politically, after the war, the Free State of Brunswick was dissolved by the Allied occupying authorities, Braunschweig ceased to be a capital, and most of its lands were incorporated in the newly formed state of Lower Saxony.

  4. › wiki › Nazi_GermanyNazi Germany - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · The Third Reich, which the Nazis referred to as the Thousand-Year Reich, ended in May 1945, after only 12 years, when the Allies defeated Germany and entered the capital, Berlin, ending World War II in Europe.

  5. › wiki › WiesbadenWiesbaden - Wikipedia

    Hace 1 día · The capital of the province of Germania Superior, Mogontiacum (present-day Mainz), base of 2 (at times 3) Roman legions, was just over the Rhine and connected by a bridge at the present-day borough of Mainz-Kastel (Roman "castellum"), a strongly fortified bridgehead.

  6. 15 de may. de 2024 · La capital de Alemania es Berlín. Situada en el noreste del país, Berlín no sólo es la ciudad más grande de Alemania, sino también una de las más influyentes de Europa. Es famosa por su rico patrimonio histórico, ya que ha sido el centro de muchos acontecimientos importantes, sobre todo durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial y la ...

  7. › wiki › AachenAachen - Wikipedia

    Hace 3 días · Early history. Flint quarries on the Lousberg, Schneeberg, and Königshügel, first used during Neolithic times (3000–2500 BC), attest to the long occupation of the site of Aachen, as do recent finds under the modern city's Elisengarten pointing to a former settlement from the same period.