The city of Osnabrück lies in north-western Germany, surrounded by beautiful countryside. Originally founded as a marketplace by King Charlemagne around 780 CE, it has grown to be the third largest city in Lower Saxony. For the discerning tourist, the city has a lot to offer, including amazing architectural wonders like the St. Peter's Cathedral and the Heger Tor, which is a memorial for the city's soldiers who died at the famous battle of Waterloo. The city also has several museums and galleries such as Museum Industriekultur Osnabruck, Museum am Scholerberg and more that house gorgeous art collections. Popular among tourists, this city has a ample number of hotels, restaurants and nightclubs for recreation.