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The municipality of Bremen is the capital of the State of Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. In addition to Bremen, the two-city state also includes Bremerhaven, 53 km north. With around 566,000 inhabitants, the municipality of Bremen is the eleventh largest city in Germany.
Bremen lies on both sides of the Weser, about 60 kilometers before its confluence with the North Sea or its transition into the outer Weser near Bremerhaven. At the level of Bremen's old town, the Mittelweser merges into the Unterweser, which has been expanded from the Bremen railway bridge to the Seeschifffahrtsstraße.

To the big Weir at the Weser river and huge barges lock

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To the big Weir at the Weser river and huge barges lock

Once again being guests in Bremen we went out for a long walk along the Weser due to late autumn sunny weather, this time we first took the tram to the Weser Weir and the great Weser lock on Hastedter Osterdeich.

Hike through the Ochtum lowlands near Brokhuchting

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Hike through the Ochtum lowlands near Brokhuchting

Once again, we were visiting Laura and Jan, so we had the opportunity to explore the unknown and interesting terrain in the area around Bremen again, which was to lead us to the nature reserve Ochtumniederung.

Bremen Flea Market - Browse for treasures and bargains

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Bremen Flea Market - Browse for treasures and bargains

Our motivation to the open air together with the interest in the visit of a flea market had forced us to go out, so we walked through the already described row houses in the direction of flea market near the Bremen airport together with Laura.

Hike to Grosse Höhe and Delme-Aue

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Hike to Grosse Höhe and Delme-Aue

Actually, the visit to Bremen should lead to a birthday celebration party within the normal range of cake and coffee, but it turned out quite differently.

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