Cities on the water

There is no doubt that we all hear of cities built on water in a spectacular and beautiful way. The settlement of ancient humans near the water as an essential source of life, and these cities are still a fascinating legend to this day and over the years and ages have become historical cities and archaeological sites and attract visitors and tourists, In this article we will talk about some cities built on water. The city of Hamburg is officially known as the free Hanseatic city of Hamburg, geographically located on the northwest side of Germany on a line length of 10.00 degrees east of Greenwich, and on a latitude of 53.33 degrees north of the equator, with a land area of ​​755 km², rising from sea level 6 meters, Administratively to seven regions and has twinning with several cities such as Marseille, Prague, St. Petersburg, and Chicago. The city is characterized by a mild winter and summer climate, with its rich landscape of lakes and canals, with many attractions such as the Hamburg Train Station, the Hamburg State Opera, the Heide Park Zoltau, the St. Nicholas Church, the Hagenbeck Terpark Zoo, the Hamburg Tower Television, Lake Alastair, bridges and canals, Blanten Park and Blumen. Amsterdam The city of Amsterdam is the administrative and political capital of the Netherlands. It is located on the western side of the Netherlands, specifically in the northern province, at a length of 4.54 degrees east of Greenwich, and at a width of 52.22 degrees north of the equator, with an area of ​​219.32 km 2, Such as Brasilia, Jakarta, Manchester, Moscow, Beijing, Algiers, Istanbul, Athens, Nicosia and Cali. The city is characterized by an ambient climate influenced by the North Sea; mild mild in the summer and mild in the winter, with many attractions such as the Rex Museum, Red Street, Amsterdam Canal, National Maritime Museum, Royal Palace in Dam Square, Central Business District, The Concert House and the Canapes CafĂ©. St. Petersburg The Russian city of Saint Petersburg is located in the north-western part of Russia, specifically in the Neva River Delta, at a latitude of 59.57 degrees north of the equator. At a length of 30.19 degrees east of the Greenwich Line, it has a land area of ​​1,439 km 2 and is known as the city of Leningrad, Petrograd. The city was founded by Emperor Peter I in 1703 on the 27th day of May, with many attractions such as the Hermitage Museum, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, the Citadel of Peter and Paul, the first building in the city, the Church of the Savior, the Cathedral of St. Isaac and the Museum. The Hermitage built in 1764, the Russian Museum, and the Palace Square.


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