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Hii.. I am planning a trip to Germany by the end of the year. And I am looking forward to visit some smalller towns instead of Berlinf, frankfurt and all. These places have their own charm and best preserve Germany's architectural heritage, as I have heard. Could anyone suggest me some?

I got few in my mind... what about these: Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Weimar, Wernigerode .....

Would really appreciate few suggestions

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