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Thuringia is a state in the east of Germany, located between the states of Lower Saxony, Bavaria, and Saxony, and is known for its beautiful landscapes

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Thuringia Gallery: Cathedral Square with Erfurt Cathedral and Severikirche Church on Domberg hill, Erfurt, Thuringia
Cathedral Square with Erfurt Cathedral and Severikirche Church on Domberg hill, Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany, Europe
Thuringia Gallery: Castle yard, Wartburg, Thuringia, Germany
Castle yard, Wartburg, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Sweet Mock-orange or English Dogwood -Philadelphus coronary-, flowers, ornamental shrub, Thuringia
Sweet Mock-orange or English Dogwood -Philadelphus coronary-, flowers, ornamental shrub, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Greylag Goose -Anser anser- standing in a meadow, Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany
Greylag Goose -Anser anser- standing in a meadow, Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Meiningen, from Dietze House, Thuringia, Germany
Meiningen, from Dietze House, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Wood Sorrel -Oxalis acetosella-, growing on dead wood, UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site
Wood Sorrel -Oxalis acetosella-, growing on dead wood, UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, Nationalpark Hainich
Thuringia Gallery: Jeffreys Shooting Star or Sierra Shooting Star -Dodecatheon jeffreyi-, flowering, Thuringia, Germany
Jeffreys Shooting Star or Sierra Shooting Star -Dodecatheon jeffreyi-, flowering, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Monument to Franz Liszt, 1902, by sculptor Hermann Hahn, Carrara marble, Weimar, Thuringia, Germany
Monument to Franz Liszt, 1902, by sculptor Hermann Hahn, Carrara marble, Weimar, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: RAOEgen
RAOEgen
Thuringia Gallery: Cowslip -Primula veris-, flowering, Thuringia, Germany
Cowslip -Primula veris-, flowering, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: General view, Coburg, Thuringia, Germany
General view, Coburg, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Gotha - from His Royal Highness Prince Alberts drawing, 1845. Creator: W. J. Linton
Gotha - from His Royal Highness Prince Alberts drawing, 1845. Creator: W. J. Linton
Thuringia Gallery: Walter Gropius office, 1924. Main building, Bauhaus-University Weimar (1904-1911), Germany, 2018
Walter Gropius office, 1924. Main building, Bauhaus-University Weimar (1904-1911), Germany, 2018
Thuringia Gallery: City map of Erfurt, Germany, lithograph, published in 1897
City map of Erfurt, Germany, lithograph, published in 1897
Thuringia Gallery: Australia Map Gotha, Justus Perthes, 1872, Atlas
Australia Map Gotha, Justus Perthes, 1872, Atlas
Thuringia Gallery: Mountain Knapweed, Perennial Cornflower or Bachelors Button -Centaurea montana-, flowering
Mountain Knapweed, Perennial Cornflower or Bachelors Button -Centaurea montana-, flowering, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Margrave of Meissen, Margrave de Misnie. Coat
Margrave of Meissen, Margrave de Misnie. Coat
Thuringia Gallery: Drone aerial of the Kyffhaeuser Monument, Barbarossa monument, Thuringia, Germany, Europe
Drone aerial of the Kyffhaeuser Monument, Barbarossa monument, Thuringia, Germany, Europe
Thuringia Gallery: Frederick III of Saxony (1463-1525) by Lucas Cranach the Eld
Frederick III of Saxony (1463-1525) by Lucas Cranach the Eld
Thuringia Gallery: Elizabeth of Hungary, (1207-1231)
Elizabeth of Hungary, (1207-1231)
Thuringia Gallery: Elizabeth Hungary / Kanne
Elizabeth Hungary / Kanne
Thuringia Gallery: Saint Elisabeth, Princess of Hungary
Saint Elisabeth, Princess of Hungary
Thuringia Gallery: Railway Bridge Destruction, Ketten, Thuringia
Railway Bridge Destruction, Ketten, Thuringia
Thuringia Gallery: Weimar. House / Museum. Friedrich von Schiller
Weimar. House / Museum. Friedrich von Schiller
Thuringia Gallery: Suffragette and Tall Policeman Child Ceramic
Suffragette and Tall Policeman Child Ceramic
Thuringia Gallery: Johannisstrasse, Jena, Thuringia, Germany
Johannisstrasse, Jena, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: House mouse (Mus musculus) in Wildkatzendorf Huetscheroda (wildcat village), Hainich
House mouse (Mus musculus) in Wildkatzendorf Huetscheroda (wildcat village), Hainich
Thuringia Gallery: City view. The medieval town Muehlhausen in Thuringia. Germany
City view. The medieval town Muehlhausen in Thuringia. Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Fields in Thuringia near towns of Muehlhausen and Weberstedt, Germany
Fields in Thuringia near towns of Muehlhausen and Weberstedt, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Giant oak. Hainich woodland in Thuringia, National Park
Giant oak. Hainich woodland in Thuringia, National Park
Thuringia Gallery: The woodland Hainich in Thuringia, National Park and part of the UNESCO World Heritage
The woodland Hainich in Thuringia, National Park and part of the UNESCO World Heritage
Thuringia Gallery: Seedling on deadwood. The Thuringian Forest Nature Park
Seedling on deadwood. The Thuringian Forest Nature Park
Thuringia Gallery: The woodland Hainich in Thuringia, National Park and part of the UNESCO World Heritage
The woodland Hainich in Thuringia, National Park and part of the UNESCO World Heritage
Thuringia Gallery: Leuchtenburg - Leuchtenburg Castle, Seitenroda, Thuringia, Germany
Leuchtenburg - Leuchtenburg Castle, Seitenroda, Thuringia, Germany
Thuringia Gallery: Herzogsstuhl, hunting lodge of Duke Ernst II of Saxony-Altenburg
Herzogsstuhl, hunting lodge of Duke Ernst II of Saxony-Altenburg, modelled on the Toppler Castle in Rothenburg ob der
Thuringia Gallery: The roses of St. Elisabeth (colour litho)
The roses of St. Elisabeth (colour litho)
Thuringia Gallery: A depiction of the Sangerkrieg, a contest between minstrels at the Wartburg castle in Thuringia in
A depiction of the Sangerkrieg, a contest between minstrels at the Wartburg castle in Thuringia in 1207
Thuringia Gallery: The Sangerkrieg, a contest between minstrels at the Wartburg castle in Thuringia in 1207 (engraving)
The Sangerkrieg, a contest between minstrels at the Wartburg castle in Thuringia in 1207 (engraving)
Thuringia Gallery: New Starkenberg (engraving)
New Starkenberg (engraving)
Thuringia Gallery: Woad and a Harvest in Thuringia in Germany (chromolitho)
Woad and a Harvest in Thuringia in Germany (chromolitho)
Thuringia Gallery: Wedding Clothes of Altenbourg (chromolitho)
Wedding Clothes of Altenbourg (chromolitho)
Thuringia Gallery: The Sangerkrieg, a contest between minstrels at the Wartburg castle in Thuringia in 1207 (engraving)
The Sangerkrieg, a contest between minstrels at the Wartburg castle in Thuringia in 1207 (engraving)
Thuringia Gallery: Wartburg, Germany (colour photo)
Wartburg, Germany (colour photo)
Thuringia Gallery: The Iron Landgraf (engraving)
The Iron Landgraf (engraving)
Thuringia Gallery: Elisabeth of Hungary (stone)
Elisabeth of Hungary (stone)
Thuringia Gallery: St Elizabeth of Hungarys room, Wartburg (colour photo)
St Elizabeth of Hungarys room, Wartburg (colour photo)


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Thuringia is a state in the east of Germany, located between the states of Lower Saxony, Bavaria, and Saxony, and is known for its beautiful landscapes, its rich cultural heritage, and its vibrant cities. A long history that dates back to the Middle Ages when it was part of the Holy Roman Empire. During this time it was an important center for trade and culture. Thuringia was also home to many famous people such as Martin Luther and Johann Sebastian Bach who were born here. The city of Weimar is especially well-known for being a center of German literature during the 18th century with writers such as Goethe and Schiller living here at that time. Today Thuringia is still an important cultural center in Germany with many museums, theaters, galleries, universities and other institutions dedicated to preserving its history and culture. The capital city Erfurt has been called “the heart of Thuringia” due to its central location within the state as well as being home to several important historical sites such as Erfurt Cathedral which dates back to 1212 AD or Wartburg Castle which was built in 1067 AD by Ludwig der Springer (Ludwig IV). The landscape in Thuringia varies from rolling hills covered with forests in some areas while others are more flat agricultural land used for farming crops like wheat or barley. There are also several mountain ranges including the Harz Mountains which are popular among hikers due to their stunning views over valleys below them or even across into neighboring states like Saxony-Anhalt or Lower Saxony on clear days. In addition to its natural beauty there are also plenty of activities available throughout Thuringia including skiing resorts near Oberhof or cycling routes along rivers like Unstrut where you can take in some breathtaking scenery while getting some exercise too. For those looking for something more relaxing there are plenty of spa towns dotted around too offering treatments ranging from traditional massages through hydrotherapy right up until modern day saunas. Thuringia really does have something for everyone whether you’re looking for outdoor activities or just want somewhere peaceful yet exciting enough that you won’t get bored – come visit this amazing region today.