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The Pader - at 4 km long Germany's shortest river - lends its name to the city of Paderborn, which lies in eastern Westphalia Lippe. The symbol of the city – the cathedral with its three rabbits window – was constructed between the 10th and 13th centuries, and again in the 17th and 18th centuries, during the time in which the baroque style reigned. Paderborn offers not only architectural attractions, but also an appealing selection of cultural and leisure facilities, which provide for a high standard of living. Paderborn is a modern, manageable large city with a green hue. The university city boasts numerous green spaces within its confines, which provide for peace and relaxation, as do the stunning natural and recreational parks in the immediate vicinity. Additionally, Paderborn celebrates one of the largest and oldest folk festivals in Germany for nine days every year, from the end of July to the beginning of August, drawing around 1 million visitors to the event.