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Frankfurt bietet als Stadt eigentlich alles, was sich der Student von heute wünschen kann: Dank ihrer Lage ist die Mainmetropole hervorragend an den Rest des Landes angebunden (ideal für den Ausflug nach Hause über das Wochenende), der öffentliche Nahverkehr ist gut ausgebaut, die Wege sind kurz.
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@HelenMargetts True but something that many Brexiteers will never understand. Although I’d differentiate between EU and EU citizens. Esp. Many Germans I know are very angry about UK’s “cake and eat it”-attitude. Concessions in past didn’t help either.
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Selecting a term
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