The Map of German Cities slides including 9 cities, which are Berlin, Bonn, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Bochum, Hagen and Wuppertal. Our Germany city map chart templates include nine slides below.
Slide 1, Berlin Germany map
Berlin is located in the northeastern part of Germany. It is the capital and largest city of Germany, as well as the political, cultural, transportation and economic center of Germany, with a population of about 3.64 million. Berlin is surrounded on all sides by the state of Brandenburg, and the Spree and Havel rivers flow through the city. Berlin is one of the sixteen federal states in Germany, and together with Hamburg and Bremen are the only three city states in Germany.
Berlin is a major industrial area in Germany. The industry is most developed in electrical machinery, electronics, instruments and meters, followed by machinery, metallurgy, chemical industry, clothing, and food processing, printing and other industries.
Slide 2, Bonn Map of German Cities
Bonn is a city on the Rhine River in the southern state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located about 30 kilometers south of Cologne and about 60 kilometers north of Koblenz. It has a population of about 300,000 and is one of the ten largest cities in North Rhine-Westphalia. Once the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, is still an important political center in Germany. With a history of 2,000 years, Bonn is one of the oldest cities in Germany and served as the capital of the Duchy of Cologne until the end of the 18th century.
Bonn was the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) from 1949 to 1990 and remained the seat of government until 1999. At present, Bonn is also stationed in 6 federal departments (including the German Federal Ministry of Defense), and other government departments still have offices here, which makes Bonn the second largest political center in Germany.
Slide 3, Cologne Germany map
Cologne (Köln) is the fourth largest city in Germany with a population of 1 million and an area of 405 square kilometers, second only to Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. Industries include military, metallurgy, machinery, chemical, pharmaceutical, oil refining, textile, food and other industries. It is one of the important lignite producing areas in the country and has a large thermal power station. As one of the national financial centers, Cologne is also a city famous for its Romanesque churches and Gothic cathedrals.
Slide 4, Dusseldorf Map of German Cities
Düsseldorf is close to the world-famous Ruhr area, with a population of 570,000. It is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, the most densely populated and economically developed region in Europe, and is the German important city for advertising, clothing, exhibition and communication industries, also a European logistics center city.
Dusseldorf is adjacent to the Ruhr industrial area to the north and Cologne to the southeast. The inner city and most of the urban areas are located on the east bank of the Rhine. The western part of the river is only 13 kilometers away. It is an important industrial city in northwestern Germany close to the Netherlands. It is an important city with developed economy and prosperous culture.
Düsseldorf is an important center for the German advertising, clothing and communications industries. There are about 1,000 advertising companies in the city, including the three major German advertising companies based in Düsseldorf. The industry is dominated by iron and steel, coal, chemicals, automobiles, electrical machinery, glass, precision instruments, textiles, papermaking, etc., and is the center of the national garment industry. Düsseldorf has unique strengths in the fields of chemistry and medicine, especially in life sciences and biotechnology.
Slide 5, Frankfurt Map of German Cities
Frankfurt (Frankfurt am Main). It is the fifth largest city in Germany and the largest city in Hesse state, an important industrial, commercial, financial and transportation center in Germany and even Europe.
Frankfurt has Germany’s largest aviation hub and railway hub. Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) has become one of the world‘s most important international airports and air transport hubs, and the third largest airport in Europe after London’s Heathrow International Airport and Paris’ Charles de Gaulle International Airport.
Frankfurt is an important industrial and commercial, financial service and transportation center in Germany and even in Europe. There are hundreds of banks in the city, 85% of Germany’s stock exchanges, and the largest international auto show in Europe.
After the war, Frankfurt was rapidly rebuilt and developed amazingly. Today, in addition to the chemical, electronic and mechanical industries, the tertiary industries such as transportation, finance, and exhibitions are booming.
Slide 6, Hamburg Map of German Cities
Hamburg, with a total population of 1.8 million to 1.9 million in 2021, is located on the banks of the Elbe River in the northeast of Bremen. It is a beautiful port city in northern Germany and the second largest city in Germany, second only to Berlin. Administratively, it is a state with the same status as the other 15 federal states in Germany, with an area of 755.3 square kilometers.
As one of Germany’s three state-level cities (Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen), Hamburg is the most important seaport and largest foreign trade center in Germany, the second financial center in Germany, and the economy of northern Germany.
Hamburg is an important transportation hub in northern Germany and one of the richest cities in Europe. It has also become Germany’s news media and industrial manufacturing center. Hamburg is the world‘s largest port. Just like Seattle in the United States, Hamburg is the second largest aircraft manufacturing area in the world, producing “Airbus”, and most of Hamburg’s industry and foreign trade are related.
Hamburg has beautiful scenery, ancient culture and many scenic spots. It receives more than 3 million tourists every year and is an internationally famous tourist city.
Slide 7, Bochum Germany map
Bochum is the center of the central Ruhr region in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, with a population of about 380,000. Bochum is a non-county municipality in the administrative region of Arnsberg and one of the 4 general centers of the Ruhr area. The city is the sixth largest city in the state and is a member of the Westfalen-Lipper Regional Alliance and the Ruhr Regional Alliance. What makes Bochum people proud is not only its dignified industrial history, but also the Ruhr University makes Bochum people proud. Ruhr-Universität Bochum was founded in the 1960s and focuses on liberal arts and natural sciences, with about 36,000 students and 400 professors.
Slide 8, Hagen Germany map
Located in the western part of the Sauerland Mountains in North Rhine-Westphalia, with a population of 213,500. The city has the only correspondence university and technical open-air museum in Germany. Industries include metalworking, paper and food industries. The city of Hagen is located in the main traffic artery of Germany and is an ideal city for industry, trade, economy, science and transportation. The city is spread over four valleys and four rivers flow through the city. It is a good base for European transport and logistics. In the past, Hagen’s industry was limited to steel production. Today, it has become a transit point for service and high-tech industries.
Slide 9, Wuppertal Germany map
Wuppertal is a large city in the Bergisches Land region of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Geographically, it is located almost in the center of the “Rhine-Ruhr” urban agglomeration and in the south of the “Ruhr Industrial Area”, the neighboring city of Dusseldorf (about 30 kilometers west), and about 30 kilometers southwest of Cologne, 40 kilometers, about 23 kilometers northwest of Essen. With a population of about 360,000, Wuppertal is a medium-sized city.
It is also the birthplace of the German textile industry. Ruhr area textile industry center, including silk, velvet, linen, man-made fibers, carpets, tapestries and other weaving industries. Other industries include steel, chemical, rubber, machinery, tools, printing equipment and winemaking. Wuppertal is located on the Wupper River. Because of the large height difference in the city, there are many steps and steep streets, making Wuppertal the city with the most public steps in Germany.
Wuppertal is the hometown of Engels, the city where “Aspirin” was invented, and also has the world’s earliest and longest suspended train. It was built in 1903 and has a total length of more than 13 kilometers.
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