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The Saarland is, beside the city states Berlin, Hamburg and Bremen the smallest of Germany's state regions. It is situated in the very Southwest of Germany, between France, Luxembourg and the German regions Pfalz and Hunsruck. It has low, partly wooded hills and is drained by the river Saar, which flows in endless bows from the industrial regions of Saarlouis and Volklingen towards its mouth right in the wine region around Trier in Rhineland-Palatinate. The main attraction is Saarbrucken, the capital and a modern, industrial city with beautiful churches. Everywhere in the Saarland you will find the french way of living, especially in the field of gastronomy. The "Laissez faire" and "savoir vivre" mentality of the Saarland inhabitants is really a fascinating mixture of french and typical German influences.
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