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as a soldier, hunter, and sportsman. Some of those tales were the basis of the collection, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, which are held about 20km south-east of Hamelin. Hannover’s silhouette wouldn’t be the same without the 14th-century Marktkirche in the centre of the Altstadt which features a tower with four pointed gables. Legend has it that the tower was supposed to be taller, but in the 1360s money ran low because of the Black Death and so a steeple was simply added to what had already been completed. Although the church was hit by


wartime bombs, a lot of its art is still in place as are the three eastern stained glass windows in the chancel and the winged high that has sculpted panels of scenes from The Passion, coated with gold leaf. A short train ride away, in Laatzen to the south, there’s a riveting


aviation museum based on the collection of the enthusiast Günter Leonhardt, which includes several Junkers Ju 52s he salvaged from a Norwegian lake in the Arctic Circle. They are among several rare pieces on show, along with a Focke-Wulf Fw 190, a Spitfi re, Messerschmitt Bf 109, a post-war Lockheed F-104 Starfi ghter and a MiG-15. In the winter you’ll fi nd ice-skaters on the lake of Maschsee, although


the biggest in northwest Germany is the Steinhude Meer Lake in Wunstorf, man-made but spectacular and surrounded by a nature park and noted for the Festung Wihelmstein island in the middle.


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