Regensburg is a city that dates back to the Stone Age. With an Altstadt that's listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Regensburg is one of Europe's best preserved medieval towns. Sites to see in Regensburg include the German Gothic Dom and the 1135 Stone Bridge, one of the world's finest examples of medieval construction. Pope Benedict XVI taught theology at the University of Regensburg in the 1970s, but the university today is most famous for its Biotech Park. BMW, Siemens and Toshiba all have plants in Regensburg, which has high-speed train connections (about 60 minutes) to Munich, and the city's 190,000 citizens use an expansive bus system. The city, which is located at the confluence of the Danube and Regen rivers, has a high number of professors, engineers and students, making for a diverse and colorful population.
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