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Düsseldorf is a very beautiful city in which every traveler finds something unique and amazing for himself.

There are so many sights in the city that you can get lost if you do not plan a plan for walking around Düsseldorf in advance.

Old Town Hall of Düsseldorf

Since 1985, the old town hall is locatedUnder the protection of the state. This monument of architecture consists of three outbuildings, the oldest of which is more than 500 years old. It was built in the middle of the 16th century in the style of Gothic and Renaissance. In the XVIII century in the process of restructuring and restoration at the town hall appeared a second wing with the characteristic features of rococo. The third wing fits into the ensemble no less organically and goes to the embankment of the Rhine.

The Old City of Düsseldorf

Altstadt is the historical center of Düsseldorf. In it, each street can boast of something unusual. Altstadt is mostly a pedestrian zone with a huge number of outlets, cozy cafes and shops for every taste. This area is also called the longest bar in the world, because there are several hundred pubs with delicious beer here.

Burgplatz Square

The most beautiful area is not only in Düsseldorf,But also throughout Germany. It is located on the banks of the Rhine and is on the list of state-protected facilities. This square appeared simultaneously with Düsseldorf and never lost its central status. It is unique in its development, which has remained virtually unchanged for centuries. It can be traced how German architecture evolved depending on the era.

DUSSELDORF: attractions Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Dotvoug
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