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Downtown with its winding streets and narrow streets is reminiscent of the medieval and early-modern cityscape. There are still half-timbered houses to this day.
Large parts of the historic downtown were damaged by air raids on Mainz in the Second World War, later demolished and modern built over. Today it is a great neighborhood to visit small shops and stroll through the streets.
Mainz is a young city with vibrant nightlife. The clubs are visited especially by the numerous students of the city. On Wednesdays the admission to the clubs is often free or cheaper. Mainz also has something to offer for wine lovers. Since May 2008 Mainz is a member of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network. There are many excellent restaurants and bars.
Mainz is the state capital of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Mainz is a cultural and media city with a long and turbulent history. The blue and red street signs are a special feature of the cityscape of Mainz. Some of the most important buildings of the 19th century still existing in Mainz are the Protestant Christ Church, the main railway station, the Rhine bridge, parts of the established state theatre and the fortifications.