Linked and yet divided by the river Danube
The old former Free Imperial City of Ulm in Baden-Württemberg, and the new city of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria. Both are well worth a visit: Ulm’s historic Fishermen’s Quarter, the world-famous Gothic cathedral with the highest church spire in the world, the old lanes and squares; and Neu-Ulm with its unique panorama of the Danube and beautiful parks and gardens. Together, the cities form a major cultural centre with many museums, e.g. the Museum of Bread Culture or the Museum Ulm with its collections of important masterpieces from medieval times onward, modern sights like the the ‘New Centre’ and with outstanding shopping facilities.
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