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Did you know: Central Park is one of the most popular movie settings in the city: more than 300 films have been shot here. The 340-hectare recreation area attracts up to 40 million people each year.
When will the cherry trees bloom? This is a matter of national interest in Japan, and there are daily forecasts on TV. Cherry blossom festivals are celebrated nationwide beginning in late March.
“The Sky’s the Limit” – that is the name of the neon installation by light artist Michael Hayden which decorates the roof of the underground passage connecting departure halls B and C in Terminal 1.
Above the Chinese port of Dalian perched an imitation of Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. See the original in our picture here- do you notice the difference?
The today’s Yankee Stadium is a replacement for the original Yankee Stadium from 1923. The new one included several design elements from the previous - a tribute to the Yankees team history.
22 bridges and 21 tunnels connect Manhattan Island with the mainland. How many did you pass?
Welcome to Glasgow. The Tall Ship, the Willow Tearooms and St. Andrew's Cathedral are just a few of Glasgow’s attractions. Learn more about the biggest city in Scotland with Lufthansa’s City Guide! Mehr Infos
In Frankfurt Airport you currently have the option of checking in your luggage at self-service baggage kiosks. You will find the baggage kiosks in Departure Hall B, counters 453-461. Mehr Infos
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Bienvenue à Montréal! The city's name is derived from the Mont Royal- a 233 meter high hill range. Want to learn more about Montreal? Take a look at Lufthansa’s Travel Guide! Mehr Infos