tolerance and a love of celebrating are all characteristic of the
Rhinelander - so it is said.
This applies without doubt to Cologne, the city with a population
of over one million. Cologne's history reaches back nearly 2000
years. It is famous for its cathedral, the carnival celebrations
and for Kölsch - for the citizens of Cologne, more than just another
kind of beer.
More information in Internet: http://www.koeln.de
By the way: New citizens in Cologne are lovingly called „Immis”.
Bonn, the former capital city of Germany with its population of
approximately 300,000, is in comparison considered to be a quieter
kind of place. The birth place of Ludwig van Beethoven offers a
wide range of cultural activities, and sees itself as an innovative
center for the service industry.
More information in Internet: http://www.bonn.de