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Living in Bremen

The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen is the second most important foreign trade location of Germany. It is located next to the North Sea and has an international seaport. Bremen is the smallest of the 16 German states of the Federal Republic of Germany. It has a population of about 540.000 inhabitans, making it the tenth largest town in Germany.

Bremen is an important location for automobile manufacture, electronics, steel, shipbuilding, and aerospace industry. It is a centre of food and semi-luxury goods industry, ongoing structural transformation into location for services, and high-tech, convention and trade fair centre.

In Bremen is plenty to see and to do in the historic city centre with its sights, lively pubs and restaurant scene, extensive parks and recreation areas.

Web: Hanseatic City of Bremen (www.bremen.de)