The Neuer Zollhof complex consists of 3 buildings designed by American architect Frank O. Gehry, constituting one of the main attractions of the redeveloped harbor of Düsseldorf. Completed in 1998, each building is coated in a
The Rhine Tower is a telecommunications tower in Düsseldorf, with aerials for directional radio, FM and TV. Constructed between the years 1979 and 1981, at 240.5 meters, it stands as the tallest building in Dusseldorf, but far from
This museum, founded in 1979, has devices that were used in the nascent days of cinema on display. There are other miscellaneous items relating to this industry on display too - the written scripts, dialogue list, movie posters,
It is difficult to see buildings that surprise you since there have been so many new inventions. Cities grow and fill with powerful skyscrapers that are magnificent only with their height. This district of Dusseldorf is an
Each year, from late November until Christmas eve, the historical city center of Dusseldorf holds a Christmas Market. They erect wooden houses which have different crafts, food and drinks, as well as the amusement park, in addition
I love Sevens, a space for various boutiques and art galleries in the centre of Dusseldorf. The outside has classical architecture, so entering the ultra modern interior can come as quite a shock. There's an impressive number of art
These gardens are in the outskirts of Dusseldorf but there are good public transportation connections nearby. The gardens are in a very nice and quiet residential area. You can also have a tea in the cafeteria while listening to music
This church that competes with the skyscrapers is located in the center of Dusseldorf. Its construction dates back to the 14th century and its height is imposing. The church is Romanesque in style and the interior is a Gothic
In this famous street in Düssldorf, anybody and everybody, especially those ve are well-off, can enter and leave with a good amount of things to put in their closet, because this is where the most important brands are located. The
This park is, supposedly, shaped like a high-heel shoe. It's a beautiful place and the city's largest park. It's crossed by the city's main streets, so it's pretty easy to get there by foot. The statues are painted green with moss.
This wonderful German baroque palace now houses the museum of European art with some of the best gardens and sculptures, as well as wonderful rooms with the museum works with demos in the visit. The best was the walk through the
It is a rehearsal place for musicians. Over 100 rooms and is the largest in Germany for this purpose. The school has batteries, a hall and classes in saxophone repair, guitar Doctors, and lounges for meetings between musicians. Set in
In Cologne, a fountain (Heinzelmännchenbrunnen) commemorates the Heinzelmännchen and the tailor's wife. The Heinzelmännchen are a race of creatures appearing in a tale connected with the city of Cologne in Germany.
The little house
In this German city where carnivals do not know ve is ve, when one walks into a bar you have to give them "Kölsch". Kölsch is a word that is traditional in Cologne and is the name of the dialect and the local beer. Whoever visits
The Rhine, in Germany Reihn, is one of the most important rivers in Europe. It's the most important waterway in the world according to traffic density. It spans many countries (Switzerland, Austria, Leichtenstein, Germany, France and
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