心静如水927King's Avenue is known as the most elegant shopping street in the world, famous for luxury goods and international brands, is the Dusseldorf business district. It is a wonderful feeling to be in it. Impressive on both sides is the chocolate shop, the eye-catching, once inside the taste bud open, eat. Next is shopping!
天空6572The Imuho Storwick Museum, also known as the Imuho Storwick Museum, is located near the Cathedral of the industrial city of Cologne in western Germany. It was founded in 1993, and was built by the famous German chocolate maker Mr. Storwick, with an investment of 53 million German marks.
sculptorDüsseldorf is divided by the Rhine River, with the Old Town (Altstadt) on the east bank and the modern business district on the west. In the old town, both the church of Saint Lambertus and the castle tower (castle tower) date back to the 13th century.
The Old Town of Düsseldorf is called "the longest bar in the world" because there are more than 300 bars and discos in the old town. It is said that every bar counter is connected to the next door.
GLS***95Soaring 240.5 meters high, this telecommunications tower offers visitors a birdseye view of Düsseldorf, especially of the cool Medienhafen buildings. Certain hours of the day allow for discounts and cuts down on the crowds.
A Roman Catholic cathedral in the heart of Cologne. This Gothic-style church building was built in 1248 has a unique shape. The design of Cologne Cathedral is similar to Amiens Cathedral in terms of land plan, style and width in proportion to the height of the central nave.
Inside this church there are several points that must be seen and paid attention to, namely the Altar which is still standing majestically since 1322, using black marble, the Temple of the Three Kings, 5 windows made of stained glass on the southern wall which was a gift from King Ludwig I of Bavaria.
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Stolberg is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It has a long history as an industrial town and belongs to the district Aachen and the lower district court of Eschweiler.
Stolberg is located approximately 5 km east of Aachen in a valley at the fringes of the Eifel which begins in the East with the Hürtgenwald and in the South in the municipality of Monschau. It borders Eschweiler in the north and the Aachen city district of Eilendorf in the west. Stolberg is first mentioned in documents from the 12th century. It became an important centre of brass production when Protestant brass producers resettled to Stolberg from Aachen around 1600 to escape religious persecution and economic restrictions. The nickname of Stolberg, Die Kupferstadt (the Copper City), thus derives not from copper but from brass, "yellow copper". The Kupferhöfe (copper yards) where brass was originally produced and the brass manufacturers built their mansions remain as reminders of the brass manufacturers that dominated Stolberg and its economy.
Stolberg lost its importance as a brass producer when pure zinc became available in the middle of the 19th century. Many brass producers moved into other industries, especially the glass and textile industries, or specialized in the mass production of haberdashery.
Monschau is a town in western Germany, near the Belgian border. It’s known for its medieval center, with half-timbered houses and narrow cobblestone streets. Looming over the town, turreted Monschau Castle hosts open-air concerts. The Red House, the 1752 home of a wealthy cloth manufacturer, includes lavish period furnishings and a carved, winding oak staircase. Trails traverse nearby Eifel National Park.Vibrant activities within ancient walls, a medieval townscape with idyllic half-timbered houses, narrow streets and cobblestones.
Monschau is the cultural centre of an entire region and one of the most popular holiday and excursion destinations in the Eifel.
More than 350 kilometres of signposted trails to the right and the left of the Eifelsteig will lead you through paths of adventure, e.g., along the imposing beech hedges, to the blooming narcissi meadows and up through the Hohe Venn (High Fens), a raised bog that is absolutely unique in its kind within Europe. Hike in the Eifel National Park on the Wildnis Trail or at the side of a ranger. Would you prefer to ride a bicycle or quite comfortably with an eBike? Meander pleasantly on the new Vennbahn Cycle Route or through the Rur Riverbanks Cycle Route and the Eifel-Höhen Route that both pass through the middle of the Monschau Old Town.
Discover Kleve, Germany.
obersee and klontaersee
obersee and koenigssee are the most beautiful lakes of germany. the boat rides covers both lakes. the short 10-15 minute walk to see obersee is worth an experience. you do get lost in nature. both lakes are at the foot of rocky alps standing .Its really a must visit
Cologne was an import outpost in the Roman Empire. The city features a number of Roman ruins and the Romano-Germanic Museum is the best place to explore these in Central Cologne. Take some time to wander around and appreciate how it must have been those many centuries ago traversing the vastness of the Roman Empire.
One of the world's great cathedrals, the Cologne Cathedral is a marvel to view in person. The twin spires are the tallest on any cathedral in the world I think. It's an amazing piece of European and Germany history to see the in person. Make sure to walk all the way around for the full perspective.