Bremen, the smallest of the German Federal States, is divided between the city of Bremen on the Weser River and Bremerhaven seaport on the North Sea. Bremen was originally established as a fishing village and developed into one of the members of the Hanseatic League, one of the world's first trade organizations, in 1358.
The Bremen tourist will be pleasantly surprised by the abundance of natural, historical and cultural features of this state. The Schnoor Quarter, the Gerichshaus, the Bremen Dom, the Bremen Marktplatz and the Weser River are "must see" landmarks in Bremen proper. The world famous Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven is an impressive historic collection of seafaring paraphenalia and sailing ships.
The Weser River
The Bremen Dom
St. Martin's Church
Statue of Bismarck in the Market Square
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