Hannover is the administrative center of lower Saxony in the Federal Republic of Germany. The distance to North sea is 160 km to the Baltic sea, 200 km from Hannover lies at the crossroads of the Lüneburg Heath and the mountainous massif of the Weserbergland in the South. Highest point: mount Kronsberg, 118 square Hannover — a large railway junction at the intersection of two highways Berlin — Amsterdam and Hamburg — Munich. Throughput of passenger station 250 thousand people a day (with account of visitors of the shopping center located in the station building). Depart daily 686 trains approximately 64 high-speed ICE trains of Deutsche Bahn.
Hanover takes pride of place among the most famous cities in Germany. First of all, it is the merit of numerous exhibitions and festivals in this city. It is impossible to ignore museums, owners of collections of works of art.