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So, I've got the veterinary degree. Now what? I thought maybe it'd be fun to work in Germany. So, here is the account of my fun, exciting, scary, frustrating, new-friend making adventure. Because what I do (work on cows) will be such a big part of my life ...
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Eisfelder Strasse 26 , Neuhaus am Rennweg, Thuringia, Germany
There are houses that tell a history. With low voice certainly, but detailed. This history consists of compositions and who wants to hear it will immediately understand. There are only a few such houses and, of course, not everybody can understand. Whose ...Traveler Rating
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This imposing medieval fortress, which stands atop a mountain on the outskirts of Eisenach, is best known as the place where Martin Luther sought refuge following his excommunication in 1521 and serves as one of Germany's most prolific national symbols.