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Magdeburg, which is 1200 years old, is one of the oldest cities in Germany's eastern federal states. Its exciting past, as well as its present, is reflected in the many attractions that the city on the Elbe has to offer.
The city's most significant cultural and historical building can be seen for miles around: the Cathedral of Saints Maurice and Catherine with its imposing towers. Cathedral is one of the most spectacular architectural monuments of central Germany, the most famous landmark of the city and the first Gothic cathedral in Germany. Another attraction is the Green Citadel, the work of the artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The Museum of Natural History, the Art Museum at the Monastery of Our Lady and the Museum of Cultural History are all exhibitions of international importance. The city's theatrical, literary and musical scenes are vast and varied, as are the numerous shops of Magdeburg.
There are two public universities in Magdeburg - the Otto von Guericke University and the University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal. Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg is one of the youngest educational institutions in Germany, founded in 1993. Despite its young age, the University Hospital Otto-von-Guericke is one of the leading medical institutions in the field of neurology and immunology in Germany and Europe. Magdeburg is also a renowned modern manufacturing centre with employment opportunities in the steel, paper, textile, chemical and engineering industries. Magdeburg has a glorious history of sports teams, of which football has proven to be the most popular. FC Magdeburg is the only East German football club to win the European Cup Winners' Cup.
Magdeburg is quite a diverse city with a lot of things to do. The city has a great combination of historic districts, museums, galleries and theatres with various pubs and nightclubs. Magdeburg leaves pleasant memories of itself and the desire to return.