Thuringia (Thüringen) is a state of Germany.
- Erfurt - state capital
- Eisenach - site of Wartburg castle
- Jena - town of the biggest university in Thuringia (and home to Goethe and Schiller, too)
- Mühlhausen - historic home of Johann Sebastian Bach, John A. Roebling (builder of the Brooklyn Bridge) and of the peasants' leader, Thomas Muentzer
- Weimar - town of Goethe and Schiller
- The Hainich Forest - Germany's thirteenth national park with its magnificent tree-top walk
- The Thuringian Forest - national park and winter sport centre
The most common language in Thuringia is German with it's slight regional accent.
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