Western Germany 

Western Germany incorporates the states of Germany border on the Benelux countries. Western Germany's primary attraction is the Rhine Valley and the cities and castles along it.
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Cologne is situated on the river Rhein in North Rhine-Westphalia and is the fourth largest city in Germany with around one million residents.

Düsseldorf is a city in western Germany located on the River Rhine and is the capital city of the state North Rhine-Westphalia.

Bonn was the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany and lies on the river Rhine some 28 km south of Cologne.

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North Rhine-Westphalia is a state in the northwest of Germany. Bergisches Land Cologne Lowland Eifel Lower Rhine Münsterland Ruhr Sauerland-Siegerland Teutoburg Forest North Rhine-Westphalia is a German state and founded 1946 by the British government.

Rhineland-Palatinate is a state of Germany. The largest wine producing area in Germany, it is home to 6 of the 9 wine-producing districts in Germany and is full of museums, exhibitions and castles.

The Eifel is a region in Western Germany that lies in two German states: Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia.

The Saarland is a small federal state of Germany, located in the west of the country and forming part of the German border with France and Luxemburg.

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