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Help with Germany itinerary please

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My husband and I (both early 30's - with interests in architecture, museums, galleries, coffee houses, etc) will be travelling to Germany mid-July 2012.

Any advice on our proposed itinerary would be greatly appreciated:

4 nights in Berlin
2 nights in Hamburg
4 nights in Amsterdam (staying with friends)
1 night in a small town (need suggestions)
2 nights in Cologne
4 nights in Munich

The plan is to travel by rail.
Aside from looking for some advice on the above, we would also like to know if it makes any sense to purchase rail passes (instead of point-to-point tickets) for a schedule such as the above.
We are skipping Frankfurt as we prefer the more historical (less modern) towns.

Looking fwd to any/all advice! Thanks in advance for your time and input.

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