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The quality of life in the Southern Palatinate

Connected to the home and open to the world, the people of the Southern Palatinate are characterized by the close connection to and the history with their French neighbors and the relations grown over decades with European and non-European countries.

With cultural monuments like the castle Trifels and the villa Ludwigshoehe the Southern Palatinate, located at the edge of the Hambach castle, is one of the major cultural landscapes of Germany. The mild climate and the idyllic landscape between Rhine river and Palatinate forest provided the nickname „Toscana of Germany“. In an area where besides tobacco is grown, wine, vegetables, fruit, even kiwi fruits and figs are growing, there are many preconditions for fine restaurants of the Haute Cuisine and extraordinary inns and wine taverns.

The Palatinate forest is one of the largest continuously connected forest areas in Europe. The Bienwald and the Rhine river meadows offer manifold leisure and relaxation opportunities in the region. With both university locations, Landau and Germersheim, as well as the encompassing educational offers for children and adolescents the Southern Palatinate is a preferred living area for young families.

The regions

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