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In the capital of Rhineland-Palatinate, Mainz, two important rivers meet because here the Main River flows into the Rhine River. The metropolis can look back on over two thousand years of urban history: Mainz may be less well-known than Frankfurt or Cologne but there is just as much to discover. Mainz is perfectly made for vacationers and business travelers! Start with a stroll along the Rhine River. Here you will pass the Electoral Palace and the Baroque Parliament but also modern buildings such as the Rheingoldhalle and the City Hall. Turn off the Rhine bank into the old town and marvel at the landmark, the imposing Romanesque imperial cathedral of St. Martin! You will also find real old town flair around Augustinerstraße and Kirschgarten with their stores and half-timbered houses.

The Gutenberg Museum is definitely worth seeing, dedicated to the inventor of letterpress printing as one of the world's oldest museums for printing and the art of writing. A completely different pleasure is a guided tour of the ZDF television garden on the Lerchenberg with an exciting look behind the scenes. Afterwards, a cappuccino is a good idea in Mainz's Zollhafen which has been transformed into a new urban quarter. The art gallery there shows international contemporary art.

Mainz really gets exciting in the winter because that's when Carnival takes place. The carnival season beckons with parades, great days and all-night parties. The Mainz Carnival Museum is a year-round tribute to these wild weeks.
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Mainz is a beautiful city with many impressive sights. As the capital of the German state of Rheinland-Pfalz, Mainz is rich in culture and history. Here are some of the most important sights to visit in Mainz: Mainz Cathedral is the city's landmark and one of the most impressive churches in Germany. The cathedral was built in the 10th century and is a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture. Inside the cathedral you will find a variety of works of art, including the tomb of St. Boniface. The Gutenberg Museum is another highlight of the city. Here you can experience the history of the art of printing up close. The museum is dedicated to the inventor of letterpress printing, Johannes Gutenberg, and displays original prints as well as historic printing presses. Mainz Fortress is one of the largest and best preserved fortresses in Europe. It was built in the 17th century and served to defend the city. Today you can walk on the fortress and enjoy an impressive view over the city. The Kirschgarten is a picturesque park in the heart of Mainz. This park is a real feast for the eyes, especially in spring, when the cherry trees are in full bloom. The Staatstheater Mainz is one of the city's most important cultural institutions. Here, operas, plays and concerts are performed at the highest level. The theater building is also an architectural highlight and a real eye-catcher.

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