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Port and countryside development go hand in hand

BREMEN. In September, numerous visitors took up the ‘Cycling Day in the Luneplate’ invitation from bremenports and used the opportunity to learn more about what is so special about this area, which was created as part of environmental compensation measures. The Bremen Senator for Science and Ports, Dr Claudia Schilling (left), took to the road by bike in order to experience the largest nature reserve in the federal state of Bremen. According to Schilling, “the Cycling Day is ideal to show how the structural port development can go hand in hand with country-side development”. Foto: BREMENPORTS

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