Last week, I’ve guided you through Bremen, Germany’s smallest Federal States consisting of only two relatively small cities: Bremen and its exclave Bremerhaven, located about 60 km up North where the river Weser empties into the North Sea.
Let me introduce you right away to one of Bremerhaven’s greatest attractions, the Seute Deern (which in Low German means Sweet Girl), world’s last cargo sailing ship made entirely of wood.
Today, this fine lady houses a museum and a lovely restaurant.
Which, by the way, was the main reason to build Bremerhaven in the first place: The direct access to the North Sea.
After a changeful history, today the city is almost secretly evolving into a Boomtown.
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