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Location

 

Adress:

Kaiser Wilhelm- und Ratsgymnasium (KWRG)

Lüerstrasse/ corner Zeppelinstrasse

30175 Hannover

The Convention takes place in the gyms of the school “KWRG” in the district “Zooviertel” of Hannover. We have three separated gyms at 300-1000m², changing rooms with showers, and the spacious outside area of the schools.

 

 

1 GHC venue

The school is located in the east of Hannover. From here, you can easily get to the city centre in an about 10 minutes by tram which offers you plenty of shopping and nightlife.

 

2 Musikzentrum

In the “Musikzentrum” will the show and the party take place.

For those ones who want to stay a few hours or days longer in Hannover, we have some more suggestions for excursions:

 

3 Nanas

Not far from the Maschsee, there are located three landmarks from Hanover along the „Leibnizufer“: the three sculptures “The Nanas” by Niki de Saint Phalle. The placement of the figures in 1974 caused a storm of protests from some of the Hanoverian people and led to lively discussions about art in public spaces. Fortunately, the proponents pushed through so that these wonderful sculptures now became symbols of the city that no one wants to do without them.

 

2 Maschsee

Widely known over the city boundaries of Hanover and certainly one of the most popular attractions is the approx.0,8 km² Maschsee. The artificial lake, arranged between 1934 and 1936 in the “Leinemasch” is attracting water sports as well as it invites to stroll, cycle or jog on its approx. 6 km lakeside path. In the last couple of years, it has more and more turned into a meeting point for inline skaters.

  

5 Old City

The old city of Hanover was built from the ground up after the World War II and offers numerous small bars and shops for a visit. In the historic museum you can learn something about the history of Hannover or in the theatre at the “Ballhof” enjoy the plays of the Hanoverian playhouse.

 

6 District Linden

The former village of Linden developed in the 19th century to an industrial suburb of Hanover and to the place of residence for the workers. 1885 Linden received its town charter and for a centre there was designed a large market place with a big newly built town hall. First in 1920 Linden was incorporated to the city of Hanover.

Today, Linden is a colorful, vibrant and tolerant district, where people of lots of different cultures and nationalities like to live. Nice, individual shops around the Linden market and in the “Deisterstraße” are tempting to shop and also at night the pubs and bars in Linden have plenty to offer.

http://www.linden-entdecken.de/

 

7 City forest “Eilenriede”

The Eilenriede is a 640-hectare (1,600-acre) inner-city park located within Hanover, Germany. It is one of Europe's largest urban parks, and is also known locally as "grüne Lunge" meaning "green lung". The connected forest area is one of the biggest inner-city forest areas in Europe. The wonderful beech wood invites you to stroll, jog and skate.

 

8 Herrenhausen Gardens

For garden lovers, we recommend a visit to the Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen. These ones are ranking among the most beautiful gardens of Europe and consist of one “Great Garden” – a “Baroque Garden” in French style, the “George garden” – a “Landscape Garden” and the “Hill Garden” – a botanical garden with several glasshousees including the “Sea Life-Centre”.

http://www.hannover.de/herrenhausen_en/index.html

 

9 Hannover Adventure Zoo

Anyone traveling with children shouldn’t miss the Hanover Adventure Zoo. Large animal enclosures without a fence, seven different theme worlds, boat rides, shows, gastronomy and playgrounds are offering activity opportunities for at least a whole day.

http://www.zoo-hannover.de/home.html?L=1

 

10 Main station

For everyone who arrives by train!