Friedrichshafen sparkles like a jewel by the northern bank of Lake Constance surrounded by magnificent natural beauties. The city is renowned for its perfect pastoral scenery and climate as it's one of those rare places in Germany with such sunny and warm weather. Make your plans in advance to explore this city, which will soon be made more accessible with Turkish Airlines' direct flights.

1-Friedrichshafen is an industrial city in southern Germany, near the border with Switzerland and Austria.

2-Founded in the early 19th century as part of the Kingdom of Württemberg, the city is named after King Frederick I, who privileged it as a free port and transshipment point for the kingdom's Swiss trade.
3-The zeppelin invented by Ferdinand von Zeppelin operated its first flight in Friedrichshafen in 1900 above Lake Constance.
4-The Dornier plant, an old airplane manufacturer, was founded by Claude Dornier in Friedrichshafen in 1922.
5-Friedrichshafen's promenade by Lake Constance is one of the most touristic routes in the city.
6-The world's largest aviation collection is housed in the Zeppelin Museum in Friedrichshafen, the airship's hometown.Tripling in population after World War II, the city has reclaimed its importance in production engineering in Europe.
7-Tripling in population after World War II, the city has reclaimed its importance in production engineering in Europe.
8-Built in 2000, the observation tower of Moleturm offers a wonderful view of Lake Constance and the Alps.
9-International trade fairs at Friedrichshafen such as Aero, Interboot, OutDoor, Motorradwelt, Eurobike, and Tuning World Bodensee make a significant contribution to local economy.

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