At the 40th edition of the German Travel Mart, being held in Bremen, the focus has been on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, as well as on 38 UNESCO World Heritage sites located throughout the country. For instance, host city Bremen is home to the joint UNESCO site of Weser-Renaissance town hall and the statue of Roland on the historic market square. Bremen has 1,200 years of history.
Providing more information on UNESCO sites in Germany is Forum Confluentes, the latest attraction in Koblez, Germany. An architectural masterpiece built in the shape of a ship, the museum is a one-stop destination for visitors to acquire information on all UNESCO sites in the Rhine Valley. Among the many offerings, “Romanticum” is the new interactive exhibit that allows visitors different experiences, such as singing karaoke songs to old popular German songs. After the visit, the admission card can be used to download information on the exhibits and can even provide a recording of the client’s karoke session at the museum.