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Amberg is a Bavarian town in the Oberpfalz region, on the river Pegnitz and the A9 Autobahn. It’s well known for its production of Amberger Lebkuchen, a type of gingerbread, and its Christmas market, which is one of the largest in southern Germany. The town is also home to the Amberg mint, which produces coins for the German government. The Gothic Michaelskirche is the town’s most prominent landmark, and the Renaissance Rathaus is also worth a visit.

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