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Passau is a town in Niederbayern, Germany, known also as the City of Three Rivers, because located at the confluence of three rivers: the Danube River, the Inn River, and the Ilz River.
Its population is about 50,000, of whom about 8,000 are students at the local University of Passau.
On the photo you can see the Danube River, the St. Stephen's Cathedral with the two twin towers and the St.Paul's Church.
The St.Stephen's Cathedral is famous for its organ with 17,774 pipes which is the largest church pipe organ in Europe and the second in size in the world only to the organ of the First Congregational Church in Los Angeles.

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