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Situated in the centre of Southern Germany, bordering the Swabian Alb and on the river Danube, the university city of Ulm offers its inhabitants an especially high quality of life. The city skyline is dominated by the tower of the gothic cathedral of Ulm Minster, visible from far afield, and which towering at 162 metres, is the highest church spire in the world. Further historic sights include Ulm Town Hall and the "Schiefes Haus", an ancient half-timbered building with a distinctive slant. The Fishers' and Tanners' Quarter in the centre of the Old Town remains a place of historic flair to this day, and boasts restaurants and small, inviting cafés. The roof of the Minster is home to the city's emblem: the "Ulmer Spatz", or Sparrow of Ulm, a bird made of copper, which visitors also encounter in many corners of the city in the form of small works of art and sculptures. The city on the Danube boasts an excellent infrastructure with direct links to the capital of Bavaria, Munich, a wide range of leisure distractions and a multifaceted range of cultural and educational offerings.