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Surroundings

The attractions listed below are all located in the immediate vicinity (within 1km) of the apartment.

Texts and images were taken from Wikipedia.

Georgstraße

Georgstraße

The George Street is a major shopping street in the heart of Hanover.

Maschsee

Maschsee

The Maschsee is a 2.4 km long and 180 to 530 m wide, artificial lake in Hanover. It is the largest lake in the Lower Saxony capital. The lake, which provides a variety of water sports, is a popular recreation area.

Sprengel Museum

The Sprengel Museum in Hanover houses one of the most significant collections of modern art in Germany. It is located in a building designed by Peter and Ursula Trint (of Cologne) and Dieter Quast (of Heidelberg), adjacent to the Maschsee. The museum opened in 1979 and was extended in 1992.

Sprengel-Museum

Opernhaus

Opernhaus

268The Hannover Opera House is the venue for the divisions opera, ballet and concert of the Lower Saxony State Theatre in Hanover. [Tickets] [Schedule]

Landesmuseum

Landesmuseum Hannover

The Lower Saxony State Museum (German: Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover) is a museum in Hanover, Germany. It is located opposite the New City Hall. The museum comprises the State Gallery (Landesgalerie), featuring paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, plus departments of archaeology, natural history and ethnology. The museum includes a vivarium with fish, amphibians, reptiles and arthropods.

Museum August Kestner

Museum August Kestner

The Museum August Kestner is located in the House of 5.000 windows. The museum and exhibits 6,000 years of applied art in four areas: Ancient cultures, ancient Egypt, applied art and a valuable collection of historic coins.

Maschpark

The Maschpark in Hanover is a 10-acre park, south of the old town, surrounding the new city hall. It was constructed around 1900 and was the first municipal park in Hanover. The facility has not changed since their original form and is a witness of the German garden art of the late 19th Century.

Maschteich

Neues Rathaus

The "Neues Rathaus" is the Town Hall of Hannover. The wilhelmine,  castle-like, magnificent building in eclectic style, was completed in 1913. The original town hall was the "Altes Rathaus", the building came from 1230th

Neues Rathaus

Aegidientorplatz

The Aegidientorplatz, popularly known as "Aegi" is a busy square in Hanover, under which there is a subway station. He was named after the Aegidientor, the south gate of the medieval city that stood here until 1780.

Aegidientorplatz

Schauspielhaus

The Schauspielhaus is a theater in Hanover. It is the main stage of the drama division of the Lower Saxony State Theatre. The theater houses a theater museum. About the common courtyard with the Künstlerhaus is to reach the stage Cumberlandsche gallery. [Tickets] [Schedule]

Schauspielhaus

AWD Arena

AWD-Arena, the current name of the Lower Saxony stadium, is the biggest soccer stadium in Hanover. The Bundesliga club Hannover 96 carries out its home games here.

AWD Arena

Theater am Aegi

The "Theater am Aegi" is an venue at the Aegidientorplatz in Hanover. Like the place itself, the event center is called with the short form "Aegi". [Tickets] [program]

Theater am Aegi

Texts and images were taken from Wikipedia.

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