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The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen on the lower Weser River, capital of the Land of Bremen, is one of the largest seaports and centers of seaborne trade in Germany.
The Land of Bremen also includes the port of Bremerhaven, just 60 kilometers north of Bremen and the point where the River Weser flows into the North Sea (both cities are popular places from which to embark on sightseeing boat trips).
Recently designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the building boasts one of the most elegant banqueting and reception halls in Germany: an impressive 40-meters-long, 13-meters-wide, and eight-meters-high, its most notable feature is a large painting of the dating from 1537.
Regular free concerts are held every Thursday evening, including vocal soloists and organ recitals.
The building itself is listed, and highlights of the museum within include exhibitions related to Bremen's import and export trade.
English language brochures, educational materials, and audio guides are available when purchasing tickets, and guided tours in English are also available.
A recent addition to the attraction is Entdecker Park, which includes the Turm der Lüfte, a 27-meter-tall tower with superb views of the area.