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Me in Dresden in Spring 2004
Bernward Bronze Doors
I am hoping to go to Hildesheim in September to study at the FH and I need help looking for an apartment or flat that I could rent. Any help please?
first of all show at the Hildesheim webside. Its:
Another good way is the Hildesheimer Allgemeine Zeitung.
They offered a lot of appartments and so on.
there webside is: www.Hildesheimer-allgemeine-zeitung.de
Hope that helps.
Travel Tips for Hildesheim
In the summer, you must visit...
In the summer, you must visit the Hohnsen See, it´s all crowded but ít´s fun. I spend my school time in Hildesheim, it was the best. During free time we spend in Bar´s and cafe´s,hang arround, take, make jokes, meet people. It was really a great time.
Sometimes they have special events in Hildesheim. Watch out for entertainment parks, fairs, Mera Luna days or football matches. In April we visited the the women football match Germany vs. Canada.
Germany defeated Canda 3:2.
The building on the east side of the Market Square was rebuilt in 1954 after it had been partially destroyed in WW II. The “copper trumpeter” blows into his horn every day at 12 noon and the carillon plays at 12 noon, 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. daily. On market days it also plays at 9 a.m.
St Andreas Church
First constructed in 1140 this church burnt down to its very foundations after the Allied bombings of WW2. Reconstruction of the church took place between the years 1956-1965 and was rebuilt according to the intention of the original architects. This included mainly a four-masted nave which was not realised in the Middle Ages.
The result is an impressive church that well and truly stamps its mark on the skyline of the city.
Halle 39: Music events, entertainment, sports
Halle 39 is an entertaiment center for music, arts & sports.
Handball second German division - Home of Eintracht Hildesheim
Mahsun Kirmizgül at 23.4.2005
Ten Tenors at 17.5.2005