Schwerin, ​a City Rich at Heart

Source: WhereZhengzhou | 2020-12-22 08:37

Schwerin, a city in northern Germany, is the smallest federal capital of Germany. In order to protect the beautiful scenery and natural resources, the city has no developed industry, and thus is nicknamed "the poorest place" by the local people.

It is this seemingly insignificant city that makes its presence felt in many famous German cities such as Berlin, Munich, Heidelberg, Frankfurt and Stuttgart. Schwerin is one of the quietest and most holiday - friendly state capitals in Germany. Walking along the gravelroad of the old city, you will find seven lakes and pass through a palace garden. And it only takes a few minutes to enter the forest, as if you were walking along a quiet path into the watercolor painting of a master.

On April 12, 2006, Schwerin became a sister city of Zhengzhou. Later, the then mayor of Schwerin led a delegation to attend the "Fourth China Henan International Investment & Trade Fair", during which he held talks with officers from Zhengzhou Municipal Bureau of Culutre, Radio, TV and Tourism, Zhengzhou Health Bureau, ZZICEC, Zhengzhou City Administration Bureau, Zhengzhou Science and Technology Bureau, Zhengzhou Environmental Protection Bureau, Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport and Zhengzhou Economic and Trade Commission, and signed some cooperation agreements and letters of intent.