Historically important German Cities

Can you guess these cities according to the given clues?
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Last updated: May 26, 2019
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Hosted a Conference, where Africa was divided between European Powers
Berlin
Seat of the short lived parliament, which was founded after the Revolution of 1848
Frankfurt
Home of Goethe and Schiller, gave the Republic of 1919 - 1933 its name
Weimar
Leading members of the Nazi Gouverment were trialed in this city after WWII
Nuremberg
City with an import sea port. The Beatles gave their first concerts there
Hamburg
The Battle of the Nations, where a coalition army defeated Napoleon, happened next to this city
Leipzig
Holy Roman Emperors were traditionally coronated in this city in Western Germany
Aachen
The printing press was invented in this city by Johannes Gutenberg
Mainz
Hosted the 1972 Olympic Games, where Palestinian terrorists killed 12 people
Munich
In this city a Councel ended the Western Schism of 1378 to 1417 and elected Martin V. as Pope
Constance
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Bavarian city, home to the Fuggers and place where a religious peace treaty was signed in 1555
Augsburg
Industrial center at the Ruhr, home to the Krupp AG, the biggest weapon manufacturer of Nazi Germany
Essen
Leading city of the Hanseatic League and historically important trading city on the Baltic Sea
Lübeck
Capital of Saxony, which was destroyed by allied bombers in February 1945
Dresden
City in Baden, which is the seat of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany
Karlsruhe
The royal house of Great Britain was named after the city in Lower Saxony from 1714 - 1901
Hanover
Romans founded this city, which became the birthplace of St Ambrose and Karl Marx
Trier
Martin Luther published his 95 theses in this city, thus sparking the Protestant Reformation
Wittenberg
The Peace of Westphalia ended the Thirty Years War in this city (Catholics)
Münster
The Peace of Westphalia ended the Thirty Years War in this city (Protestants)
Osnabrück
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