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3 Locations in the Animation 'Attack on Titan' Are in the Real World, This is the Destination

The animation and Attack on Titan by Japanese creator Hajime Isayama was a huge success. From its first broadcast in 2013 in Japan to its fourth season, Attack on Titan has managed to attract many fans in various countries, including Indonesia. Attack on Titan anime takes place in a fictional world called Paradise Island. However, Hajime admitted in an interview that he was inspired by Paradise Island in a city in Germany.

3 Locations in the Animation 'Attack on Titan' Are in the Real World, This is the Destination

There are three real-world tourist destinations that look like the locations in the Attack on Titan animation. Anywhere?

This is the dish that Holiday Bays quoted:

1. Nordlingen, Bavaria, Germany

Nördlingen is a town in the Danube-Ries district, in Swabia, Bavaria, Germany, with a population of about 19,190. Exceptionally, this city has a great wall similar to that of the anime Attack on Titan.
Today it is one of only three cities in Germany whose walls are still intact, the other two being Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Dinkelsbühl.

“The medieval city of Nördlingen is surrounded by the only fully preserved city wall in Germany. Walk along the 2.7 km long fort and enjoy the beautiful view of the city's labyrinth of romantic alleys. Write the official page of Bavaria

The structure and shape of the building is exactly like the Shiganshina district in the animation. There are other tourist attractions to be found here such as the Spital, the Old Hospital and the Church of St. Savior and museums such as the Ries Crater Musueum, the Bavarian Railway Museum, the Stadtmauermuseum and the Augenblick Museum.Here, visitors can explore a city that resembles Eren Yeager's hometown.

2. Carcassonne, Languedoc-Roussillon, France

The Cité de Carcassonne is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is said to be the best preserved walled city in all of Europe. The wall size is also very similar to Sena's wall in the anime Attack on Titan. The city is also famous for its high quality wines.

Thousands of years ago, this medieval castle was just a settlement until the Romans decided to turn it into a fortified city.If you visit France and you are a fan of Attack on Titan anime, take your vacation and visit this city.

3. Berghausen, Oberbayern, Germany

This place is great for taking fancy dress photos and music videos. The architecture of this building and the house is very beautiful.It is located in the district of Altötting, Oberbayern, Germany. According to Wikipedia, Burghausen is located on the Salzach River near the Austrian border. Burghausen Castle is the tallest castle in Europe.

You can also see ancient buildings and medieval sites. St. Jacob's Parish Church was ordained in 1140 and rebuilt in 1353 after a fire. The town hall, the old government building (Regierungsgebäude) and Lake Wöhrsee are popular there.