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Brunswick (officially in German Braunschweig [ˈbʁaʊ̯nʃvaɪ̯k]; in Lower Saxon: Brunswiek [ˈbrɔˑnsviːk]) is with 250,556 inhabitants the second largest city in the state of Lower Saxony (Germany) behind Hanover. It is located north of the Harz mountain range on the navigable boundary of the Oker River, which connects to the North Sea through the Aller and Weser rivers. A powerful and influential center of commerce in the medieval period in Germany, Braunschweig was a member of the Hanseatic League from the 13th to the 17th century, and the state capital of Brunswick until its abolition in 1946.
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Botanical Garden of the Technical University of Brunswick
The Botanical Garden of the Technical University of Brunswick in German: Botanischer Garten der Technischen Universität Braunschweig is a botanical garden and greenhouses that is located at the headquarters of the Technical University of Braunschweig, about 5 hectares in Germany.
The international identification code of the Botanical Garden of the Technical University of Brunswick as a member of the "Botanic Gardens Conservation International" (BGCI), as well as the acronym for its herbarium is BRAUN.
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Braunschweig State Opera
Braunschweig State Opera (Staatstheater Braunschweig) is the building that houses the opera, theater, ballet and state orchestra of the city of Braunschweig (or Brunswick) in Lower Saxony, Germany.
Its history dates back to 1690, a room built by Count Anton Ulrich von Braunschweig who saw the premieres of Emilia Galotti de Lessing and Fausto de Goethe.
The current theater was inaugurated in 1861 although it was severely damaged during World War II, remaining closed until 1948 when it opened with Don Giovanni de Mozart.
The main room can accommodate 896 people seated and 60 standing.
In 1996 a modern room called "small theater" with capacity for 300 spectators was added.
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Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum
The Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum (in Spanish, Duke Anton Ulrich Museum, its acronym in German: HAUM) is an art museum located in the German city of Brunswick (Lower Saxony). The current museum building was opened in 1887. Its architect, Oskar Sommer, designed the building in the style of the Italian Renaissance. Closed for renovations, its reopening is planned in 2015.
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The Brunswick Palace (in German, Braunschweiger Schloss or Braunschweiger Residenzschloss) on the Bohlweg in the city center of Brunswick (in German: Braunschweig) ?, was the residence of the Brunswick Dukes of the House of Welf from 1753 until November 8, 1918.
The current Brunswick Palace is part of a hybrid, largely commercial building, rebuilt in 2007 at the Bohlweg, in the city center of Brunswick.