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  • HDI Arena
    The HDI arena is located in Hanover Sports Park, not far from Lake Maschsee. From 2002 to 2013 the stadium bore the name AWD Arena; it was previously known simply as Lower Saxony Stadium.
  • Maschsee
    Derived from the name "Leinemasch" ("the River Leine swamp" in English) - or just simply "Masch" - this artificial lake is situated south of the centre of Hanover.
  • Herrenhäuser Gärten
    Outside of the hustle and bustle of the city, long walks can be enjoyed in beautiful surroundings - the Herrenhäuser Gardens are one of the most popular hotspots in Hanover.
  • The point in the Hanover inner-city where Georgstraße, Karmarschstraße, Bahnhofstraße and Rathenaustraße meet is where the Kröpcke clock can be found.
  • Neues Rathaus
    One of the most coveted photographic motifs of the city is the New City Hall in Hanover. Many tourists assume it’s a castle. The magnificent Wilhelmian building from 1913 is still the seat of the lord mayor of Hanover.
  • SEA LIFE Hannover
    One of 34 Sea Life Centres in Europe can be found in the former rain forest house in the Mountain Garden. It is the first, almost exhaustive tropical centre with a deep-sea tank holding around 300,000 litres of water.
  • The venue for opera, ballet and theatre was originally built between the years 1845 to 1852 using Wealden sandstone in a late-classical style.
  • Schloss Marienburg
    Situated around 20 kilometres south of Hanover, the castle can be seen from far and wide and visitors are able to book various tours for Marienburg Castle or visit exhibitions that take you on a journey back in time.
  • Steinhuder Meer
    Lake Steinhude lies around 30 kilometres north west of Hanover. Covering an area of almost 30km2, it’s the largest lake in North Western Germany.