Tourism in Greece & Germany
Greece is a country located in Southeastern Europe bordered by the Aegean Sea, the Ionian Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Greece is considered as the cradle of Western civilization. The Unesco has listed 17 Heritage sites in Greece. The tourism is the country main industry. Even if the majority of the visitors are European, Greece has also been appreciated for years by American tourists which explains the existence of a TWA line to Athens in the 1960s.
Germany is located in western-central Europe. Berlin is its capital city. Germany is the fifth most visited country in Europe and the 7th worldwide, mainly by Dutch, American and Swiss tourists. The most visited tourist regions in Germany are the East Frisian and North Frisian Islands, the Baltic Sea coasts of Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, the Upper Middle Rhine Valley, the Bavarian and Black Forest, and the Bavarian Alps. The most visited cities in Germany are Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt-am-Main, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dresden, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Hannover. Finally, the most visited landmarks in Germany are the Cologne Cathedral, the Reichstag in Berlin, the Hofbraühaus in Munich, the Heidelberg Castle, the Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, the Kunstsammlungen Museum of Dresden, the Fernsehthurm in Berlin and the Aachen Cathedral.
About this TWA Germany litho
View of a typical medieval German city and a TWA Constellation plane flying in the sky.
Title: “Fly TWA to Germany”
Creator: Simon Greco, 1960s
Ref / Date: TWA-E-1960s-G / 2013
About this TWA Greece litho
Impressive greek statue of Athena shown from a stylistic angle.
Title: “Greece TWA”
Ref / Date: TWA-E-1960s-E / 2013
About this other TWA Germany litho
Inside a typical German house with an open window on village on an hill.
Title: “Fly TWA Germany”
Creator: W.W Beecher, 1950s
Ref / Date: TWA-E-1950s-D / 2013
About this other TWA Greece litho
Stylised Parthenon Column…
Title: “Greece Fly TWA”
Creator: David Klein, 1960s
Ref / Date: TWA-E-1960s-F / 2013